PHOTOS: You should see what we heard at the Vancouver Island Music Fest

This year’s lineup included Colin James, Tom Cochrane and lots more

The Vancouver Island Music Festival once again brought crowds to their feet with a range of acts that included Colin James, Tom Cochrane and Red Rider, the Muscle Shoals Allstars, Robben Ford, Bobby Rush and several acts from far corners of the world. The Comox Valley Record was on site throughout the weekend to capture images from some of the memorable performances on the different stages.

 

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