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Event Archive - The Party Lives On: A Tribute to Devon Clifford: The Jolts, A Fish Called Piranha, The Vicious Cycles, The Tranzmitors

Thu. February 21st 2013 Rickshaw Theatre (No Minors)
8PM - 11:45PM doors at 7PM
10$ pre-order, 15$ at the door
Tickets at:, Door at the RickShaw
Presented by: Vancouver Film School
100% of net proceeds will be donated to the Devon R.B. Clifford Memorial Foundation.

Two years ago on April 18th, Abbotsford band You Say Party experienced a grave tragedy. Their drummer Devon Clifford had an unexpected brain hemorrhage and collapsed on stage and died at the Rickshaw Theatre in Vancouver. After his death, his family wanted to keep Devon’s spirit alive, so they did it in the best way they knew how. They created the Devon R.B. Clifford Memorial Foundation, which raises money to provide music education for less fortunate youth.

To support this amazing cause and to increase awareness of a tribute to a man who affected many lives, we at VFS created a compilation album full of songs by artists in the You Say Party network, and what we ended up with is a truly amazing collection of music. The sound starts off with the melodic crooning of Dan Mangan and progresses into the heavy, fun punk sound of The Vicious Cycles. There’s something for everyone.

We are launching the album officially on February 21, 2013 by throwing a concert at the Rickshaw Theatre. The Tranzmitors, the Vicious Cycles, A Fish Called Piranha and the Jolts will be hitting the stage to support this amazing cause and to give fans an awesome night of punk rock and rock n' roll.

The Tranzmitors

Vicious Cycles

The Jolts

A Fish Called Piranha


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The Jolts (Punk Rock n Roll!!)

Electrifying rock and roll!! more info

The Vicious Cycles (Garage/punk/rocknroll)

5 knuckleheads makin 50's punk rock. All of our songs are about motorcycles, pinball, girls and motorcycles! more info

The Tranzmitors (garage/powerpop)

ex-members of The Smugglers, New Town Animals and The Parallels playing razor-sharp power-pop a la The Jam, The Buzzcocks, XTC et al. more info