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Trooper the windup act at Summer Winds festival

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The band Trooper will play July 19 in Victoria Beach.

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The band Trooper will play July 19 in Victoria Beach.

Canadian classic-rock legends Trooper headline the Summer Winds Family Music Festival at the Victoria Beach Community Centre July 18 and 19.

Trooper is the windup act on July 19, with the Blackout City Kids, Luciano and two tribute acts, the Lucky Stones and Rubber Soul also on the bill, which starts at 4 p.m.

The Neil Young’uns headline the schedule on July 18, which begins at 6 p.m. with Emily Green, Dylan & Jessie Thomas, the Crooked Fifth, the Buster McCoy Band and Until Red.

Weekend and Saturday tickets sell for $50, while Friday night tickets go for $25. They can be purchased online at www.summerwindsfest.com.

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