The music festival season in Chemainus kicked off in fine style with the two-day Chemainus Valley Blues Festival, featuring Mark Crissinger and Marty Howe. Next up is the Chemainus Bluegrass Extravaganza Saturday, July 13. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Chemainus music fans get the blues

Blues festival kicks off summer music season at Waterwheel Park

Mark Crissinger performs in the Chemainus Valley Blues Festival, with Marty Howe alongside him. (Photo by Don Bodger)

The music festival season in Chemainus kicked off in fine style with the two-day Chemainus Valley Blues Festival, featuring Mark Crissinger and Marty Howe. Next up is the Chemainus Bluegrass Extravaganza Saturday, July 13. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Blues festival kicks off summer music season at Waterwheel Park

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