Tickets go on sale for 2014 Rock the Shores in Colwood

Classic Canadian acts dominate this year's music festival lineup

An expanded 2014 Rock the Shores will be bringing acts such as Our Lady Peace, Billy Talent, Sloan, Tom Cochrane with Red Rider and others to Colwood for the now-three day annual music festival.

The concert, held on the fields at West Shore Parks and Recreation, will run from July 11 to 13 and also feature such Greater Victoria acts as Current Swell and Northcote. Other Canadian bands featured include 54-40, Loverboy, USS and Gord Downie with The Sadies.

Tickets go on sale Friday (April 11) at 10 a.m. online at frontgatetickets.com or in person at the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre (1767 Island Hwy.) or Lyles Place (770 Yates St.).

Visit rocktheshores.com for the full lineup.

news@goldstreamgazette.com

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