Monthly Archives: March 2016

March 29

Tall Tree Testimonials #1 by Marksy

Hello. I would personally like to introduce you to our new blog series called ‘Tall Tree Testimonials,’ a collection of personal stories surrounding Tall Tree Music Festival. To kick us off, Marksy, who has been a member of our team for many years describes his personal connection to the festival, which has been both life […]

March 21

Music Makers and Stigma Shakers: A Benefit Concert to Break the Silence on Mental Illness

The UVic Mental Health Awareness Club, with support from The Zone @ 91.3 FM, is proud to announce that they are hosting their second annual mental health benefit concert to support local charities and to work towards ending the stigma of mental illness. Music Makers and Stigma Shakers: A Benefit Concert to Break the Silence on Mental Illness […]

March 18

Getting Stoked for Festival Season: The Basics

These winter months really seem to drag. We know. Short, grey days with lots of rain makes you not want to leave the house, and festival season seems like an eternity away. However. You can get stoked on festival season all year round, and it’s easier than you think. Here are some tips to beat […]

March 09

How to prepare for Tall Tree in March

1. Figure out who you are carpooling with! Will you need to purchase The Magical Early Access Pass? Not sure what you need? You’ll definitely want to know this before you decide to purchase your tickets. This year’s festival dates are a bit different due to the Canada Day Holiday being on the Friday. That […]

March 07

Turning The Page: The Turntemple After School Program

“When you’re 15 years old, you’re too old to have a babysitter, yet you have a few hours unsupervised before your parents get home from work. This is the timeframe when lots of risky behaviour goes down: sex, drugs, violence, crime. Imagine the Turntemple pulling up to the high school parking lot, serving as a […]