Kitchen Party
Saturday August 7, 2021  1pm - 4pm (3 Hours )
Music Wheelchair Accessible Family Friendly Outdoor

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Live music every Saturday at Bruce Spicer Park with great performers from 1-3 followed by a jam session open to all after the concert.

This week's guests are Appalachian folk duo Factory Girls, and singer-songwriter Brian Passmore.

Factory Girls: Hailing from industrial Cape Breton, Stef Nicholson and Natasha Lefort now call Halifax their home. Drawing from their Cape Breton celtic and blue collar influences, they found a great appreciation for the darker side of appalachian and americana folk music with the same eerie, celtic roots. Factory Girls is an appalachian folk duo that brings the warmth of a vocal firelight with songs to soothe and disturb. They have a blood harmony blend. They aren't related, but they're true soul sisters. Despite their spooky roots, you can expect lots of storytelling, laughs, original songwriting and fun covers during their performance to leave your heart feeling full.

Brian Passmore is part songwriter and part migratory bird. Born and raised in Toronto, he has spent the last few years establishing routes into the Annapolis valley of Nova Scotia. With vulnerable and hopeful songs about love in the age of climate change, precarious work, and late capitalism, his music reveals personal stories straight from the pages of his heart’s diary.

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Bruce Spicer Park
Main Street
Canning, Nova Scotia


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Bruce Spicer Park Main Street Canning, Nova Scotia B0P 1H0