Chad Brownlee wraps one-day cross-Canada tour in Langley

Hometown country star played four locations in one day for charity

  • Jun. 5, 2014 9:00 a.m.



Langley country music star Chad Brownlee and Tenille, a Tim Horton Children’s Foundation ambassador and fellow country star, played for fans at the Tim Hortons at 22525 Fraser Hwy. in Murrayville, on Wednesday afternoon.

The live performance was part of a one-day country-wide June  4 tour that included performances in Dartmouth, N.S., Toronto, Ont., and Calgary, Alta. before ending Langley.

It was Camp Day, the annual event where Tim Hortons restaurant owners donate 100 per cent of proceeds from coffee sales to send thousands of kids from economically disadvantaged backgrounds to camp.

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