Saturday, August 29, 2015
The Peck Residence near Taylor, BC
4pm - 10pm
$35 advance / $40 door


PARTY FOR THE PEACE is a mini-festival celebrating the Peace River Valley through music and art. A portion of all ticket sales will go towards supporting the Treaty 8 First Nations in their current court challenges against the Site C dam.

This special event will include the live recording of Miss Quincy's new collection of songs entitled My Peace River. The recording is a Northern collaboration between Miss Quincy and Twin Peaks inspired by the mighty Peace River.

Backed by the stunning Peace hills, the party will be held at the Peck family residence near Taylor, BC. Music starts at 4pm and will continue into the night with bands hailing from all over BC.

Tickets are $35 and a portion of all sales will go towards supporting the Treaty 8 First Nations in their current court challenges against the Site C dam. Tickets are limited, get yours before they sell out!

You will receive directions to the Peck farm upon ticket purchase:


MISS QUINCY (Vancouver / Taylor, BC)

Backed by an all-star band including local darlings Twin Peaks, Miss Quincy will be recording a group of songs written for and about the Peace River. This EP, recorded live during the concert, will be used to raise awareness and funds for the Treaty 8 First Nations court challenges against the Site C dam. This new collection of songs, throwing back to Miss Quincy’s country roots, explore the Peace Region with themes of home and connection.



TWIN PEAKS (Fort St. John, BC)

The dynamic duo of Lindsay Pratt and Naomi Shore are no strangers to the Peace Region. Born and raised right here in our beautiful valley, the music of Twin Peaks is eclectic, creative and clever. Small town wisdom, lively humour and tunes that immediately capture an audience.




GEOFF BERNER (Vancouver, BC)

Geoff Berner plays music that’s dirty, drunk, political and passionate. Due to his insightful humour, politically inflammatory compositions and showmanship, Berner has gained a cult following over the year in Canada and Europe. This will be his first time playing on the banks of the Peace River.




BLACK SPRUCE BOG (Prince George, BC)

Black Spruce Bog is a five piece roots revival band from Prince George, BC. They play songs that tell stories and get you on your feet dancing till the morning comes. With roots set deep in the northern soil, Black Spruce Bog brings a sound and tells the stories of people and the land they live on. The mossy floor of a spruce bog is not an easy place to thrive; but with the right mix of rhythm, rhyme, and ruckus, any sapling can find the light.



There is limited camping available on the property for RVs and tents at no extra cost.  No hookups/water or campfires.   Please contact us beforehand if you would like to camp onsite.  Peace Island Park is also a 5 minute drive away. 


You are welcome to bring your own food and beverages. The Bannock Shack will also be there serving up bannock, bannock tacos, corn on the cob, and hot dogs. (Please note they are a cash only vendor).  BYOB.


This event is family friendly and kids 10 and under are free!


The event is near Taylor, BC on a private residence.  Please be respectful of the property, animals, and no entry signs.  You will receive full directions upon ticket purchase.  If you get lost the day of the event you can call or text us at 250-262-7072 or 250-263-1954.


We will have My Peace River swag for sale + all the musicians will have their own merchandise.  Cash and credit card will be accepted at the merch table.


Please leave your pets at home!  We already have plenty of resident dogs, cats, and horses running around the farm.


Please bring your own chairs.


You are welcome to arrive anytime after 4pm.  Music will start at 4:30pm sharp.  Schedule is posted below.  


The event is outdoors on a beautiful farm and will occur rain or shine.  We are doing a sundance as we speak, but we will have a few covered tents set up if skies are stormy.  Please come prepared for the weather as the event will go from 4pm until approximately 10pm. Bring your summer clothes, warm nighttime clothes, umbrellas, rain gear, bug-spray, and whatever else you need to ensure you are comfortable.