Mission Folk Music Festival July 21-23

Mission Folk Music Festival July 21-23
Tim is playing at the Mission Folk Music Festival July 21-23. You can see his bio on the festival website here:

Tim will be MC-ing with Jennie Bice Friday night, where the line-up is as follows:
6 pm – 10 pm
Mt. Baker Stage & Fraser Stage are adjacent and will alternate to serve the same audience!
Mt. Baker Stage
5:55 – 6:05pm Welcome
6:05 – 6:45pm The Sons of the Rainier
7:15 – 8:15pm The Boom Booms
9:00 – 10:00pm John Welsh Band
Fraser Stage
6:45 – 7:15pm Meghan Yates & the Reverie Machine
8:15 – 9:00pm Barney Bentall Quartet

Saturday he follows Andy Hillhouse and Cleia on the Ursa Minor Stage for a set 1:15 – 1:45pm.

Sunday once agin he’ll perform on the Ursa Minor Stage 2:45 – 3:30pm

For the full MFMF schedule go to: www.missionfolkmusicfestival.ca

Mission Gallery
Here’s a few nostalgia photos of the folks I have played with at MFMF over the years-some taken at Mission and some not:

July 2017 … and We are Still Going Blue
We continue to get a tremendous response to our request for fans to send snaps of themselves with the cover of Go Blue for us to post on social media. Some of the places we have featured on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are: Richmond, BC; Madrid, Spain; Invercargill, New Zealand; Vancouver, BC; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Whistler, BC; Penrith, England; Lorien, France and Zurich, Switzerland. There’s a new selection of photos below for your pleasure. As long as you keep sending the photos we’ll keep posting them!

Vin Garbutt R.I.P.
Vin’s funeral was held on Friday 16th June with over 800 mourners packed into St Mary’s Cathedral, Middlesbrough, to celebrate his life and legacy with what was a wonderful and uplifting service that lasted for two hours. An emotional Eulogy was delivered by Vin’s four children, Emma, Tim, Katie and Louis and they would like to share it with those who could not be there on Friday – so you can read it here: http://www.vingarbutt.com/news/over-800-attend-vins-funeral-as-his-children-share-eulogy-for-those-who-were-not-there/

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