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Trinitude rocks concert series

Trinitude is rocking the house on Sunday as part of the The Troubadour Concert Series.

The band, which has Celtic flavoured roots, embraces various genres and has a contemporary flair.

Trinitude plays songs with a traditional folk feel. Many of the band’s original songs are stories, some make social and political comments while others are about personal experiences.

The first half of the concert features an open mike session, followed by the Trinitude performance.

The Troubadour Concert event is Sunday (Jan. 13) 2-4 p.m. at The Vault, which is located at 499 Wallace St. Admission is on a sliding scale of $7 to $20, depending on what people can afford. For reservations please call 250-591-2275.

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