2020 Performer Applications:
The City of Courtenay is accepting applications from performers and bands for 2020 events including July 1st Celebrations at Lewis Park and the Simms Summer Concert Series at Simms Park.
To apply (or for further information) email Scott, email@example.com by Monday, April 13th by sending:
• An audio clip or video clip of your talent
• Rumuneration expectations
Previous Season Info:
COURTENAY CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS provided a great opportunity for the community to come together to celebrate! THANK YOU to the many organizations, and individuals that supported the event and made it special including the Canada Day Committee, Sponsors, Volunteers, Performers, Parade Participants, Vendors and City of Courtenay Staff!
97.3 FM - The Eagle (official radio sponsor), YANA (You Are Not Alone), Comox Valley Road Runners, Cloves, Cardero’s Café, Government of Canada – Canadian Heritage, 19 Wing Comox, Rotary Club of Comox, The Home Depot, Budget Car and Truck Rental, Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community, Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association (DCBIA), BC Transit, Bentall Kennedy, Comox Valley Kin Club, Comox Valley Record, Comox Valley Multicultural Society, Monarch Lions Club, Comox Valley Arts, Costco Wholesale, RCMP, Evergreen Club, What’s On Digest, Water Pure and Simple, St. John Ambulance
BIKE DRAW SPONSORS:
Maplepool Campground & RV Park, Monarch Lions Club, RCMP, Kin Club, Trail Bicycles, Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association (DCBIA), Kiwanis Club, Courtenay Legion
EVENT ORGANIZATION & SUPPORT:
Edwin Grieve, Brian “Fuzz” Morisette, Danette Bell, Rob Kelly, Doris Weislein, Jin Lin, Joanne Wiens, Alice Hansen, Ken Hansen, Marian Holland, Mike Gould, Rob Peterson, Wendy Harris, Jim Benninger, Lorna Hughes, Councillor Manno Theos, Jim Lilac, Councillor Will Cole-Hamilton, Kera McHugh, Tom Miller, Tom Witty and City of Courtenay Staff
Media Release, June 3: The Boom Booms and Other Great Performers Coming to Canada Day Celebrations [PDF - 629 KB]