Early Music Vancouver presents its first ever Vancouver Bach Festival, taking place in the heart of the city at the Christ Church Cathedral this August 2nd to 12th, 2016. The festival offers local enthusiasts a veritable ‘Best of’ collection of the German composer’s masterworks, from exquisite chamber music to monumental orchestral undertakings. This is also […]
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Canadians frantically scooped up tickets to The Tragically Hip‘s summer tour in the last two months, which many fear will be their last after the band announced May 24th that their lead singer Gord Downie was suffering from terminal brain cancer. From Victoria to Kingston, they’ll be on the road starting July 22nd and their […]
Pack up the tent, check out of your hotel, and drive the Sea to Sky back to wherever home may be. Pemberton Music Festival has come to a close for another year and with 180,000 people in attendance from Thursday to Sunday, it lived up to its name as Canada’s Largest Music, Comedy, and Camping […]
Heavy metal, rap, electronic dance music, dubstep, indie pop and good old rock and roll highlighted Saturday at the Pemberton Music Festival this year. Bathing suits and gumboots were the fashion of the day and the sun blistered down until mid-afternoon then broke with a lightning storm in the evening. The storm has passed at […]
Camping out under the cover of the comedy tent at Pemberton Music Festival, every performer commented on the weather on Friday, which seemed to change every 5 minutes. One thing they also had in common, was an appreciation for the setting and the very welcoming crowd. Music, comedy, food, sunshine, rain, double rainbow. #PembyFest @Pemberton_Fest […]
The Surrey Museum is bringing back Music at the Museum this summer, with a free concert on Wednesday, July 20th from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Grab your lawn chair, kick off your shoes, dance on the lawn, and enjoy music from the Genuine Jug Band. Music at the Museum Typical of the museum, the lively event […]