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A Night Out Downtown Feat. JOZY
November 9 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmBy Donation
Join us for A Night Out Downtown on Nov. 9! We will be hosting pop-rap artist Jozy.
The event, hosted by the City of Campbell River and the Downtown BIA features multiple venues along a 500-metre stretch of downtown. Each venue will host entertainment and special deals from 5 to 9 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to pick up a passport at their first stop and collect stamps at each location they visit to be entered into a draw to win prizes from local merchants. Enjoy complimentary entertainment, including music, art, laughs, theatre and more, at each venue.
About the Artist
Music by Jozy is a 25 year old performing artist living on the traditional territories of the musqueam, squamish, and tsleil-waututh nations, who grew up on the traditional territories of the k’omoks first nation on Vancouver Island.
Their music is a pop-rap dedication to their stories and perspective, it circles themes of relationships, love, gender, social justice, and personal conflict. Their music is powerful, sassy, and thoughtful, they are non-binary, bisexual, and polyamorous and these aspects of their identity play heavily into their music.
Registration is by donation.
As it is flu and cold season please make sure you are in good health when attending any of our events. If you are feeling unwell we ask that you self-select to stay home and care for your health.
The Campbell River Art Gallery is wheelchair accessible and is accessed by a two main doors to the Centennial Building, with an accessible parking space at the rear of the building. There are two gender inclusive and accessible washrooms located inside for workshop/ event participants. If you have any other questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact office 250-287-2261 or email@example.com.
Thank you for your donation, all proceeds go back to the Campbell River Art Gallery which is your local Public Non-Profit Contemporary Art Gallery aiming to provide barrier-free programming to our community.