Lion Bear Fox play Char’s

The Vancouver-based roots band, Lion Bear Fox, will be playing Char’s Landing on Tuesday, May 10 at 8 p.m.

Lion Bear Fox is a canadian folk/rock band from B.C. and will be playing Char’s Landing on Tuesday

The Vancouver-based roots band, Lion Bear Fox, will be playing Char’s Landing on Tuesday, May 10 at 8 p.m.

Lion Bear Fox began as three solo artists on tour with one another, but upon completion of that tour, all three agreed that the music they made together was worth pursuing. Fast forward three years later, and LBF has secured a publishing contract with CCS Right Management out of Toronto, seen their music licensed both nationally and abroad and have had the opportunity to play some of the best rooms Canada has to offer.

Their harmony-based sound has resonated with some of the country’s long-time tastemakers, including Tasting Room Radio’s’ Terry David Mulligan.

Tickets are $20 or $15 in advance.

 

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