The incomparable Nardwuar, music historian and interviewer extraordinaire, is celebrating 30 years on the CiTR airwaves in September with a two day marathon of archived interviews followed by an anniversary show on Saturday, September 23rd. 30 Years of Nardwuar on CiTR Enjoy Nardwuar’s incredibly unique and entertaining interviews recoded for CiTR since 1987 starting Thursday, […]
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The Matinée, roots rockers from Vancouver who are up for Rock Album of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards, are hosting a homecoming show and album release party at the Fox Cabaret on August 10th. Currently touring throughout Ontario, group is celebrating the release of their latest album, Dancing On Your Grave, featuring […]
Early Music Vancouver (“EMV”) proudly presents the return of the Vancouver Bach Festival, in the heart of downtown, and at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. Following the success of last summer’s inaugural festival, EMV is offering 14 remarkable concerts, ranging from intimate chamber music programmes to a full Passion Oratorio, featuring over 60 […]
My friends at FestivalSeekers have put together this roundup and they also have the chance for you to win a trip to Nanaimo! Explore BC this summer and make these festivals your destination for fun, whether you’re into riding through the Rockies, attending a play held in a harbour and a gathering where the entire […]
Free outdoor music! Need I say more? Coquitlam is amping up its entertainment offerings this summer with a number of concerts and festivals centred at its amphitheatre-style stage at Town Centre Park. Think live music in the open air, the scent of coconut sunscreen, and picnic blankets spread out over the grass. This is summertime […]
In celebration of 150 years of music in Canada, Yaletown will be hosting five days of free outdoor jazz. Let’s Hear it for Yaletown takes place the week leading up to Canada day, the neighborhood will be serenaded with the sounds of live Canadian jazz bands at lunchtime and after work. Let’s Hear it for […]