- 17th Ave
- Broken City
- Cafe Koi
- Dickens Pub
- Distortion Night Club
- East Village
- Eau Claire
- EV Junction
- Heavyweights Brass Band
- Hooked On A Feeling
- just kidding not that island
- Live recording
- Music Mile
- New Orleans
- Open Mic
- Pay What You Can
- Peace Bridge
- Rockin 4 Dollars
- shh don't tell bylaw
- Stephen Avenue
- Tod Hughes
- Youngblood Brass Band
In advance of the occasion we made one of our 2015 Live Videos available as a sneak peak! The audio is undergoing final mixing/mastering now by the incomparable Dewi Wood from Infinite Loop for our upcoming EP release, but we wanted to give you this sneak preview!
Hope to see you on Thursday!
Eau Claire, 5:30ish
Catch a couple of songs at the Centre Street LRT sometime shortly after 5PM, we’ll assemble and warm up there. Then, we’ll claim one of the four "Busk Stops" on Stephen Avenue, set up the amp for Margo, and entertain you with some great brass-rock songs. Ask about our new Mr Doubler to throw out the bass. And Ron has some fun drum tricks up his sleeve.
Busy at 5:30PM? No problem! We’re invited to Rocking4Dollars at Broken City. $3 cover! 10 bands, each plays 3 songs. Then we get to spin the wheel for prizes! Loads of fun, and a great way to drink beer and meet people. Starts at 8PM.
Our first $1000 Rockin' 4 Dollars at Broken City! Check out the lineup.
Bands, spread the word and let's pack the place.Posted by Rockin' 4 Dollar$ Calgary - Every Wednesday on Monday, March 21, 2016
Come out after work, for those few people in downtown Calgary who still have jobs. The rest of you, you have no excuse. Free music.
In the spirit of Mardi Gras and the upcoming Juno awards, we are inviting all of YOU to join us in a parade through downtown Calgary! It's happening TWO TIMES: Thurs Feb 11
Starting and ending at Olympic Plaza. If you don't find us, follow the noise... Join us, bring your drum, bring your art, wear a costume, come create something weird.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
John from Delirium is helping to organize the series. Many Thursdays this summer feature different music genres, and people are coming out with their family, their kids, their parents, their sweetie, their dog, and/or their dancing shoes. On August 27 come out and catch Brass and Funk.
Bring cash, it’s pay-what-you-can. (Put small bills in one easily accessible pocket, and throw a few extra $20s or $50s in a secret pocket in case you have the best time of your life. If you’re having a hard time making rent this month, just bring your smile.)
We have some new tunes that you will love!
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Throw back Thursday to last week when it was hot and sunny. We recorded last weeks island show! With an iPhone and a fancy stereo mic.
It’s here on Soundcloud. Please have a listen by pushing the orange triangle button below and give us feedback.
Send us any photos or videos you took please!
July 18 UPDATE:
The show was recorded with an iPhone and a fancy stereo mic, and it is on Soundcloud:
The Tweed Ride supports Bicycles for Humanity, who send used bikes to developing countries. If you are going to ride, you are encouraged to register in advance. Please bring extra cash for the band, it will show your support for the music, we’ll collect it and pass 100% of it on to Bicycles For Humanity.
After another the treacherous water crossing, we hung out and watched the sun set:
and finished the night on The Yardhouse patio. What a great night! Thank you to the hundreds who stopped, watched, and applauded!
Next up: Aug 2nd Saturday in Inglewood, 4PM outdoor show with Open Streets Calgary.
There are some great street performers at Sunfest, so come early, and stay late. Hope to see you!
We also need:
* bouncers (just hang around and look official, mostly, as the band will collect the cover charge)
* merch people (sell CDs and stuff)
* compost and recycling diverters (hang out by the waste recycling bins and help people decide where to put their stuff.)
We are calling for volunteers for the Stampede Hangover Picnic! on July 15 with the visiting Lemon Bucket Orkestra. Positions needed:
1) Cover charge collector
2) Merch girl or Merch boy (all ages)
3) Promo help, we’ve ordered 1000 postcard size announcements. If you can drop some off with your friends, contact us and we’ll set you up.
If you love Stampede, party hard, so you’re ready for the hangover picnic. If you hate Stampede, this is the thing you need on your calendar to keep you sane over the next week.
AND WE WILL HAVE OUR CD for SALE. Bring money for the bands, and an extra $5 for the CD. If you can’t make it to the Hangover Picnic, we can mail you out the CD for an extra $2 shipping, just contact us.
We will have our first CD for sale. If you want one, bring $5.
If you want the very first one, labeled “the very first CD” in sharpie and signed by us, bring $50.
There are many things going on downtown on Canada Day. Check the Official Website for the list.
Here is the full lineup at our location. If the Riverfront Stage show (i.e. Ridley Bent) is too loud, look for us a block or two east.
3:00pm DJ Music
3:30pm Stephen Wong Wing Chuen Martial Art Demo
3:50pm Diane Lindsay
4:00pm Car Show roll-in DJ Music
4:10pm Atsushi Ono Magic Encounter
4:20pm Jone Shakka Break Dance
4:30pm Kayden Abel Soccer Freestyler
4:40pm Linda Kitchin
5:00pm Andy Mitchell
5:10pm Tony Chance
5:20pm Atsushi Ono Magic Encounter
5:30pm Kayden Abel Soccer Freestyler
5:40pm Stephen Wong Wing Chuen Martial Art Demo
6:00pm Jone Shakka Break Dance
6:10pm Atsushi Ono Magic Encounter
6:20pm Tony Chance
6:30pm Diane Lindsay
6:45pm DJ Music / over run cushion time
7:00pm John Abraham Delirium Street Band
8:00pm DJ Music