Save The Salish Sea concert

Sunday, September 2, 2012 - 16:00 to 22:00

On September join us for a free, family friendly concert featuring funky music, DJ's, special guest speakers, Local native artists, a kids zone and much more.

This is a chance to show your support for the Coast Salish Nations as they take a stand against Kinder Morgan and Enbridge's proposed tar sands pipelines and the associated oil tankers in Salish waters!

Salish Seas MainStage:
The Boom Booms
Wayne Lavallee
Phyllis Sinclair
Children of Takaya
Spakwus Slulum
Helen Duguay
Naomi Klein
Discreet da Chosen One

Beats Not Tankers Stage:
Maga Bo (Brasil)
Skookum Sound
Eternal Love
Ndidi Cascade
Kia Kadiri

and more...!

For more information visit:
The Facebook page

or the

Save the Salish Sea Concert website

Waterfront Park / Lonsdale Quay North Vancouver , BC
49° 19' 10.7292" N, 123° 4' 5.6532" W
British Columbia CA

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