AFTER-Paddle Event 2016


I’m excited to share that now we have an AFTER-Paddle party with Fort St. John’s own Miss Quincy and Kitty & The Rooster! Saturday, July 9, 2016! Proceeds from sales of cd’s and other swag go to support Treaty 8 legal challenges on Site C.

Where:  The Lido, Fort St. John

When:  Saturday, July 9, 2016, 7-11 p.m.

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More info:  (See and share Facebook event here.)

Come celebrate after paddling the Peace River, come celebrate for the Peace River, or just come celebrate because Miss Quincy & The Showdown AND Kitty & The Rooster are playing a rare hometown show. This show is also the unofficial release of the My Peace River EP recorded live on the banks of the Peace River in August 2015 with Miss Quincy & Twin Peaks – Lindsay Pratt & Naomi Shore. Albums and merchandise will be for sale. Proceeds go to the Treaty 8 First Nations to help in their legal battles against the Site C dam.

Tickets: $15 general / $20 reserved / $25 at the door.
Tickets to be purchased at the Lido, either in person or over the phone. (250) 785-3011 Box office hours are 9-5 Mon-Fri and 12-4 Sat. General seating tickets also avaialble at Systems by Trail.


Miss Quincy & The Showdown

After spending the winter in Toronto, Los Angeles and Melbourne, Vancouver band Miss Quincy & The Showdown are coming home to the Peace Country to showcase new songs and sounds in a festival packed summer. The first stop of their summer tour is Fort St. John to bring the party to the Paddle for the Peace AFTER-PADDLE. It is also the launch of their brand new single “Remind Me of Myself” to hometown audiences. The single brings Quincy’s writing to the forefront and showcases her powerhouse vocals that sit comfortably in the timeless space between vintage soul and cutting edge pop hooks.

Kitty & The Rooster

Hometown Premiere! Kitty & The Rooster is a surf-tastic rock n’ roll duo featuring photographer Jodie Ponto banging on the cocktail drums and Vancouver’s most musically promiscuous guitarist Noah Walker.

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