Desert Daze announces a Musical Journey through the Looking Glass of Spectacular Spences Bridge
10 years, 10 shows, 10 iconic locations!
The 2020 Desert Daze Music Festival may be cancelled, but it is not gone nor forgotten!
Like thousands of other live cultural events all over the globe, the 2020 edition of the popular annual local music, arts and food festival was cancelled due to public safety concerns dictated by the ongoing viral pandemic.
But the Desert Daze team has not given up! Taking advantage of the potential of the current digital / social media age we live in, as well as using a little creativity and ingenuity, we are in the early stages of creating a “virtual-digital video-festival” for the summer of 2020!
Ten musical performances by outstanding local musicians and bands will be filmed in ten iconic and historical “points of interest” to be found in and around the Village of Spences Bridge! Also, 2020 marks the 10th year of this outstanding festival that celebrates all that the rural British Columbia lifestyle has to offer.
The finished video will be “launched” over the internet and social-media platforms on the second weekend of August – the traditional weekend of the Desert Daze Festival.
We are extremely blessed in our corner of the TNRD to have so many wonderfully talented musicians, many of whom have performed at and have supported the Desert Daze Festival since its inception. We are proud to be collaborating with them and showcasing their wonderful talent in this musical adventure!
Desert Daze Music Festival is partnering with the HUB Online Network and with Paul Cuthbert (the festivals audio, staging and lighting technician) to create this exciting and very much “out-of-the-box” concept.
And while we are at it, we will be showcasing to the world just how special the Village of Spences Bridge, and our entire region, really is!
Early days yet – but watch for further announcements about this exciting project soon on the Desert Daze Music Festival website (desertdaze.ca) and our Facebook page!