JFP Fundraiser Recap

What a treat it was to be back in Victoria! We're so grateful for the group of people that came out to support The Jellyfish Project. We raised over $3000 for the school presentation program! Congrats to Jess Lansfield, the JFP's Executive Director, for putting together a phenomenal evening.

Huge thanks to DJ Sitchee and Johnny Regimbal for opening up the night. Wilderness Crew - we love you guys. It's been incredibly fun rehearsing and performing the past couple shows with you.

Have a great holiday season everyone! We have a few Jellyfish Project presentations coming up and we're also headed back into the studio to continue working on new music. Peace!

Melting hearts all over BC lastnight #wildernesscrew #canoeclub #victoria #yvr #bc #art #music #love#westcoast

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Another Show With Wilderness Crew

We've decided to team up with Wilderness Crew once again, this time to raise money for another pillar of Daniel Kingsbury's legacy, The Jellyfish Project. On November 21st, we'll be playing at Canoe Brewpub in Victoria, BC. Tickets are $20 in advance and are only available online.

There will also be a silent auction, 50/50 draw and sweet drink specials. All funds raised will help the JFP deliver its school presentation program across Canada, educating students about ocean sustainability, climate change and environmental stewardship.

As you may know, our last fundraiser, for the Daniel Kingsbury Music for Youth Endowment, was a huge success. We raised a total of $5450. Big cheque photo below... 

Photo by Dianne Evans. L to R: Vicki Dobbyn, Brett Mjanes, Cameron Ainslie, Matt Posnikoff, Eli Dill.

Photo by Dianne Evans. L to R: Vicki Dobbyn, Brett Mjanes, Cameron Ainslie, Matt Posnikoff, Eli Dill.

Help Us Win $102,700!

Peak Performance Project voting is open!

For those that don't know, for the past several months we've been in a contest hosted by Vancouver radio station, 102.7 The Peak, called the Peak Performance Project. We have been to an artist development boot camp, played a showcase and a festival, worked through a number of challenges including creating an intro video and a unique merchandise item, and now we're on to the voting portion of the competition.

Our final mark will determine whether or not we make the top 3. First place takes home $102,700, second place is awarded $75,000, and third still gets a nice sum of $50,000.

If you have 30 seconds to spare, please head over to the PPP website and give us a vote! Thank you so much for your continued support. We have the best fans in the world!

Photo by Sylvia Mercedes Tennant of Zaleska

Photo by Sylvia Mercedes Tennant of Zaleska