Folk fun with Saskia and Darrel in Alberni

Prarie roots musical artists Saskia an Darrel are performing at Char's Landing in Alberni on Saturday, Dec. 17.

Saskia & Darrel call their music “Prairie Roots”. They’ve toured for 20 years and their lives and music go together like pancakes and syrup.

Find out just how delectable their music is this Saturday, Dec. 17 when they perform at Char’s Landing in Port Alberni.

Well known as Gary Fjellgaard’s touring companions, they have released nine albums of original music of their own.

Saskia and Darrel have been to Port Alberni a few times, once with Fjellgaard at a concert for Cynthia Lowe and Saskia was there years ago with Nathan Tinkham.

This time they feature some new songs from their new CD Songbirds, some old favorites as well as the Christmas Classics they are well known for.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the feature artists perform at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 in advance at Dolce Vita ($15 at the door).

All ages welcome (kids under 12 admitted for free).

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

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