It’s high time for High Tide

Blues guitarist David Gogo is on the list of performers for this month at Hermann’s Jazz Club. He’ll play May 27.

The patrons will keep dancing during a trio of shows promoted by Greater Victoria’s High Tide Entertainment the next two Fridays.

At Logan’s Pub (1821 Cook St.) on May 20, veteran country rocker Hayes Carll and his band hit the tavern for a 9 p.m. show. Tickets are $19.50 in advance.

The same night, Michael Thompson and the Tumblin Dice Blues Band are on stage at Hermann’s Jazz Club (753 View St.) for an 8 p.m. show. Tickets are $17.50 in advance.

The following week at Hermann’s (May 27), Cordova Bay Entertainment artist David Gogo brings his rockin’ guitar blues to town, in advance of the release of his new CD Soul Bender. Tickets are $25.50.

Visit www.hightideconcerts.net for more information or to purchase tickets online.

editor@oakbaynews.com

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