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2 Bedford Street
Westport Ontario

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613.273.3636    2 Bedford St    Westport, ON    HOURS: 11:30AM - 8PM, 7 Days a Week!
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KOBO TOWN – MUSICwestport Kick Off Party!
August 16 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$90 + HST & Gratuity (dinner/show/donation)

Come celebrate our MUSICwestport Kick Off Party at The Cove Inn on Friday August 16th, 2024 featuring music by Kobo Town. $90 + HST and gratuity gets you a delicious dinner, the show and a donation to the Westport Arts Council.

MUSICwestport Festival Site

www.westportartscouncil.com/musicwestport

Open for the Dinner + Show event only during the dinner hour. Reservations ONLY! Public dining service is available and we will be taking food orders until 3pm. Thanks for your understanding!

From Kobo Town’s website:

Kobo Town continues to redefine calypso music and pushes the boundaries of the Caribbean sound with its fourth album, CARNIVAL OF THE GHOSTS. Behind the running social commentary and satirical mood, this is a collection of songs about the human condition – about our quirks and foibles, our anxieties and hopes, and the haunting sense of impermanence that imbues our every moment with its urgency and priceless worth.

Named after the storied district in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, where calypso was born, Kobo Town has been described as “an intoxicating blend of lilting calypsonian wit, dancehall reggae and trombone-heavy brass” (Guardian) and a “unique, transnational composite of rhythm, poetry and activist journalism.” (Exclaim!)  Since their founding in 2005, the group has brought their distinct calypso and ska-inspired sound to audiences across the world.”

$90 + HST + Gratuity
Buffet Dinner, show and donation to WAC

Doors 4:00pm

Dinner 5:00pm

Show 6:30-9:00pm

Reservations Preferred! Call 613.273.3636 or Email thecoveinnwestport@gmail.com to book now. Thank you for supporting live music at The Cove!

Kobo Town resurrects, reinvigorates and redefines calypso for the new millennium.” — Exclaim! Magazine