Enjoy magical evening with June Bugs at Snoring Sasquatch

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The June Bugs play April 30 at the Snoring Sasquatch.

The June Bugs are coming to Creston with a concert on April 30 at the Snoring Sasquatch.  These Alberta songbirds will entertain you with a magical evening of acoustic music and songs laden with poetic imagery, powerful harmonies and beautiful melodies.  The June Bugs are five women whose singing voices blend like butter in two-, three-, four- and five-part harmonies. From upbeat gospel and saucy bluegrass to traditional folk and contemplative originals, their music reflects a shared passion for the pure, heart-piercing magic of acoustic music and the marvel of well-blended vocal harmony.

“There’s only three things that money can’t buy and that’s true love, home grown tomatoes and music by the June Bugs, not necessarily in that order,” said Bev Randers and Twyla LaPointe of Red Deer’s Hub on Ross. “This group enthusiastically delights and engages their audience with a unique fresh kitchen party style of original and popular bluegrass. If you like fun entertainment, harmonizing vocals, a variety of traditional bluegrass instruments played with passion, be careful cause the sting of these bugs gets you moving!”

The June Bugs’ concert will feature special guests Michael Heiden and Mark Koenig. Tickets are available at $10 in advance at Kingfisher Used Books and Black Bear Books or $12 at the door (if available). Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8.


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