Farmteam is a band of experienced multi-instrumentalist singers and performers with a broad musical background based in Vancouver. (Submitted photo)

Folk-roots Farmteam at Tractorgrease in Chilliwack Saturday

The band plays music that crosses many genres including folk, Celtic, jazz, pop, and country

Folk roots band, Farmteam, is returning to Tractorgrease for another night of live music.

The group has been together for more than 10 years. They last performed here in March, and will be taking the stage again on Saturday, July 22.

Farmteam is a band of experienced multi-instrumentalist singers and performers with a broad musical background based in Vancouver.

They play a cover music that crosses many genres including folk, Celtic, jazz, pop, and country. Everything is made with acoustic guitars, mandolins, violin, banjo and bass and four great singers.

You can tap your toe to Farmteam and just as easily dance a hole in the floor, just depending on the type of event and the time of the night. They can play a perfect waltz over dinner, then rock the house later that night — they are entirely focused on the needs of the event, the occasion and the audience. Farmteam doesn’t play for themselves, they play for you.

Farmteam performs Saturday, July 22 at 7 p.m. at Tractorgrease Cafe (48710 Chilliwack Lake Rd.). Tickets $12 and available by calling 604-858-3814 or emailing tractorgrease@gmail.com.

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