Farmteam, a Vancouver based country-roots band, is coming to Mission on May 25. / Submitted Photo

Farmteam to perform in Mission on May 25

Concert presented by the McConnell Creek Hall Association and the Mission Folk Music Festival

The McConnell Creek Hall Association and the Mission Folk Music Festival are presenting a night of old-time music as Farmteam, a Vancouver based country-roots band is coming to town on May 25.

The show takes place at the hall, located at 35483 Hartley Road in Mission. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music starts t 7:30 p.m.

It’s an all-ages show and tickets are $10 each. To reserve tickets call 604-309-6079 or visit:

For more than a decade, the fellas from Farmteam have been filling rooms and halls with acoustic music. All of them are seasoned multi-instrumentalist singers and performers with a broad musical background. The band plays a mixture of original and cover songs that touch on many genres including country, roots, and folk.

The Farmteam stage is cluttered with acoustic guitars, mandolins, violin, banjo and bass and microphones for four singers of lead and stacked harmony.

This concert/dance is part of the Heritage Halls Series presented by the Mission Folk Music Festival and in partnership with community halls throughout Mission.

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