Good for Grapes coming to Golden Taps

They've been tearing up the festival scene, and are making a trip to Golden for a fall performance at The Golden Taps on Oct. 2

Good for Grapes

They’ve been tearing up the festival scene, and are making a trip to Golden for a fall performance at The Golden Taps on Oct. 2

Good For Grapes formed in September of 2010, after a group of friends took a trip to Victoria, BC for some modest busking. Since the moment they stepped onto the ferry, they were an attraction. Drawing unexpected crowds, naturally this young and aspiring band took form; an original and talented five piece group, with an array of harmonizing voices and instruments. Hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, this folk / alternative act has been gaining momentum ever since they stepped into the music scene.

Their live stage performance in this time has evolved into an incredibly active, folk stomping, and inviting energy; always resulting in an extremely enthusiastic and involved audience. Beginning by supporting charities and foundations, their unique folk sound has been accepted into a large variety of venues. Through this, they have gained a loyal fan base which grows at every turn.

The show at Taps starts at 10 p.m., with no cover charge.


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