Pharis and Jason Romero are the perfect antidote to this sped-up life. Some scratchy old records and a custom banjo led to their meeting in 2007, and they
Pharis and Jason Romero are the perfect antidote to this sped-up life. Some scratchy old records and a custom banjo led to their meeting in 2007, and they quickly knew they were in for the long haul. They’ve since released six records, toured all over, won two Juno awards and multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards, and performed on A Prairie Home Companion and CBC’s The Vinyl Cafe. The sound of their two voices together is quietly show-stopping. The songs are inspired by the world the Romeros live in and the lifestyle they choose, in their home in rural Horsefly BC, and their sound is informed by a powerful dose of the early country and folk they so dearly love. Jason and Pharis drove through the backroads of BC to reach us during the forest fires of 2018, and we’re delighted to have them back.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
1632 Agassiz Ave.
Harrison Festival SocietyThe Harrison Festival Society is a strange but wondrous collection of music and art lovers, volunteers and just plain artists! I mean, you won’t find people more dedicated to the Arts than all of these folks. Not only do they produce The Annual Harrison Festival of the Arts, they also bring you their Season of Performing Arts, among other arts & culture events. 98 Rockwell Drive