Vic High band plays benefit

R&B band perform at The Oaks to raise funds to help erect Sno’uyutth welcome pole at Oak Bay High

Chief carver Clarence Dick

Chief carver Clarence Dick

Members of the acclaimed Vic High R&B Band bring their dynamic stage show to The Oaks Restaurant and Tea Room June 13.

Just back from performances in Memphis, Tenn. and across Europe, the critically acclaimed band is playing their repertoire of pop, soul and classic Motown hits in support of the Community Association of Oak Bay’s Sno’uyutth Pole Project.

The Butch Dick-designed, 20-foot pole is being carved by the Songhees artist’s son, Clarence Dick, and funds raised at the show will help raise the pole in front of the new Oak Bay High School in October.

Tickets for the band’s June 13 Sno’uyutth benefit performance are $20 at The Oaks (2250 Oak Bay Ave.) and $25 at the door. Call 250-590-3155 for more information.

 

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