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10-08-2018 05:00 PM 10-08-2018 10:45 PM 6 CICK Deck Fest An evening of experimental and alternative music with an edge featuring youth, Indigenous artists and various local performers. CICK radio studios - Central Park Train Car (next to Art Gallery) DD/MM/YYYY
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Friday August 10th, 2018  5:00pm-10:45pm

CICK radio studios - Central Park Train Car (next to Art Gallery)

This FREE outdoor concert will be held outside the CICK Train Car in Central Park, Smithers, BC.

Bring a lawn chair, or dance the night away.

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An evening of experimental and alternative music with an edge featuring youth, Indigenous artists and various local performers. The line up includes Visiting Headliner: Rebelinx; Harmful Ray, Brazen Harlots and more!

CICK 93.9fm - Smithers Community Radio’s FREE, annual Deck Fest. Catch some of the Bulkley Valleys’ up and coming bands climbing out of their garage’s and onto the CICK Deck stage, outside the CICK Train Car in Central Park, Smithers, BC. with visiting artist REBELINX.

CICK Smithers Community Radio, present an evening of free outdoor music from outside the box on the CICK Deck. This event marks the fourth annual CICK Deck Fest that has been designed to be a safe and welcoming venue for new and aspiring musicians to air their craft for a local audience. Focused on local/regional artists that experiment with edgy, alternative genres, and sounds, encouraging new styles of music to be produced in Smithers.

The line-up includes Rebelinx, Harmful Ray, Brazen Harlots, Dubz & Nova and more! Rebelinx, Prince George, BC, is a multifaceted Electro Jazz Funk artist who been dazzling audiences around the world with his urban and contemporary music. Brazen Harlots is a 4 piece Rock & Roll band out of Northwest BC. Harmful Ray: Like a friendly basketball player wearing menacing clogs on a mountain hike. Dubz & Nova, a hip hop duo debuting a new album and more join the stage from the Smithers area.

Meghan Brady, CICK Lounge Car Performance Coordinator comments, “We want to encourage the youth who are playing with a loop machine or a reciprocating saw* in their basement to keep experimenting with sound and to know that we will have a stage for them to showcase their unique music when they are ready to put it all out there.” ( *CICK does not endorse playing with reciprocating saws in basements. )