Band ‘Fall Fair Car’ in Alberni

Fall Fair Car, a Port Alberni band formed by brothers Jes and Evan Matthiesen and longtime friend Carson Mallon, are at Char's Landing.

Fall Fair Car got their start in Port Alberni

On Saturday, March 31, Char’s Landing plays host to three of the Island’s finest Indie Bands—two of which got their start in Port Alberni.

Kicking off the night will be Bridge People from Victoria, then Port Alberni’s Cornealis takes the stage.

The night’s headliner, Fall Fair Car, will shake the Landing with their unique original tunes.

Fall Fair Car is a band from Port Alberni, formed by brothers Jes and Evan Matthiesen and longtime friend Carson Mallon. In high school, the three played with many of their friends as the Kubla Khan Family before moving to Vancouver to attend post-secondary school.

Advance tickets are $8 ($10 at the door) and are available at Dolce Vita Bar and Grill, Sweet Avenue Clothing on Argyle Street and at Char’s Landing.

For more information, please  call 250-730-1636.

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