Now in its fifth year, the Squamish Valley Music Festival is Western Canada’s premier music festival and one of British Columbia’s most anticipated annual events. The 2014 festival venue area is significantly larger than previous years – from 30 acres to 81 acres onto Centennial Fields – and is expected to welcome over 35,000 fans per day (up from 19,000 per day in 2013) from across the continent!
While i was at another event at the River Market in New Westminster i was capturing photos for a book launch party about bullying. Then decided to walk around the Market to see if anything else was going on and came across the Rock The Arts Puppet show.
CLICK 'N' PLAY has the visual appeal of Yo Gabba Gabba, and is punchy enough to turn HDTV to shame. Sending young audiences to the arguably unknown pre-Facebook and iPad era where making friends took a little more than a click of a button. It took expressing yourself, sharing your ideas and taking risks. This non-stop entertaining theatre production aims to reach the minds of the turn of the century techie babies. With computer clicks to dance grooves, screen swipes to bottom-shaking beats, this dynamic duo takes kids on an eye-opening journey to help them realize the importance of balancing life in the digital world with life in the real world.