Victoria artists on roster for Coombs Music Fesitval

Dozens of acts scheduled over two days of music near Parksville

Acclaimed Canadian songwriter Ron Sexsmith is among the acts playing this weekend's Kulth Music Festival in Coombs.

An impressive lineup of 35 musicians, many of which are from the Greater Victoria area, will rock the Coombs rodeo grounds this weekend during the Kulth Music Festival.

Reggae, folk, rock, electronica and blues will be featured throughout the weekend for this all-ages event.

Legendary Canadian songwriter Ron Sexsmith headlines the festival, but Victoria acts scheduled include Aidan Knight, Current Swell and Quoia. Tickets for a weekend (July 16-17) pass are $135 (youth and seniors $100). Saturday only tickets are $75 ($60 seniors/students), and Sunday only $65 ($50 seniors/students). Kids 12-and-under accompanied by adults are free.

See the full schedule at www.thekulth.ca.

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