One love: Marley fest set for Saturday, Feb. 8 in Tofino

A celebration of the lessons and life of Bob Marley happens Sat., Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. at the Tofino Community Hall with 2 reggae bands, Head High and the Jeremy Waterhouse Band. The event is organized by a volunteer collective including Tofino Arts Council, Rob Renna and Cindy Hutchinson, Beth Watson, Morgan Callison, Bree Eddy and Lindsay Renton , Venita Chow, Janine Croxall, Mike Mavis, Alan Churchill, Marcel Zobel & Robert Kowatsch. Tickets are $10. Children under 12 are by donation. Any and all extra earnings from the event, beyond covering the costs will be put back into a fund for hosting more collective

and co-created community arts and music events. Live music, interactive art, a superfood elixer bar and sweet loving vibes.

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