Anti-Valentine’s triple bill

Those who couldn’t care less about Valentine’s Day can head out to UVic’s Felicita’s Pub Friday night (Feb. 10) for an anti-Valentines show.

Prairie Dance Club will be in Victoria for an anti-Valentine’s Day show with James Kasper & The Sound and Colin Craveiro

Those who couldn’t care less about Valentine’s Day can head out to UVic’s Felicita’s Pub Friday night (Feb. 10) for an anti-Valentines show.

On-the-rise roots rockers Prairie Dance Club will be in Victoria for a triple bill with two other roots-rock locals, James Kasper & The Sound and Colin Craveiro (who fronts seven-piece band Man Made Lake when he’s not a solo act).

Prairie Dance Club is an alternative folk rock quartet which formed in the fall of 2007. Since then they have completed a full length album as well as a five-song EP which was released in the fall of 2010.

In its short history, the band has shared the stage with established and up-and-coming Canadian artists such as Tom Wilson, Lee Harvey Osmond, Matt Mays and El Torpedo, Arkells, Flash Lightnin and Armchair Cynics.

The band has also had its music in TV shows America’s Next Top Model and MTV’S 16 and Pregnant. Prairie Dance Club’s song Spring was also featured in the PBS series Road Trip Nation.

Help protest love and the over-commercialism of Valentine’s Day at the Anti-Valentine’s Concert with Prairie Dance Club, Colin Craveiro and James Kasper & The Sound at 8 p.m., Feb. 10. Tickets are $7 at the door.

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