Friday night

"Continuing in the vein of promoting homegrown talent, Friday [Aug. 1] at Sunfest has local Island acts hitting both the Saloon and Main stages," according to publicist Charlotte Fisher.

Sydney Batters, a talented teen from Victoria, opens up the day’s entertainment on the Saloon stage.

"Hailing from Nanaimo, the trio of ladies better known as Moonshine Mollys bring their harmonic vocals to the Cowichan Valley. Returning Sunfest 2013 faves Boondock make the trek from Comox to light up the stage once again with their energetic musical offerings," Fisher continued. The action then switches to the Main Stage where Comox’s own Brodie Dawson will delight the audience with her unique style.

Following Dawson, the audience will enjoy headliners Kira Isabella, George Canyon and finally Jake Owen.

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