In this undated archive shot from the 1960s (possibly 1967) six students dance in beanie caps in front of the University of Victoria’s Student Union building while a band plays on the roof. Concerts atop the SUB occurred several times in the mid-1960s.

Ruckus on the roof

Concerts atop the SUB occurred several times in the mid-1960s and the rooftop ruckus will be reprised on Friday from 2 to 4 p.m.

Concerts atop the SUB occurred several times in the mid-1960s and the rooftop ruckus will be reprised on Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. as part of the university’s 50th anniversary festival.

Former UVic student Kathryn Calder, one of the city’s biggest musical exports, will headline the concert. Opening for Calder are two bands with connections to UVic, the Chanterelles and Rugged Uncle.

Check out uvic.ca/anniversary/festival/music for more on the rooftop concert.

 

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