Fruit Loop Halloween Party @ Crash Hotel & Denizen Hall October 27, 2017


Get ready for the spookiest Halloween party of the year!

Join us Friday, October 27th for our last Fruit Loop of 2017 as we take over Denizen Hall AND the lobby of Crash Hotel with community partner HIV Edmonton!!

Teen Jesus Barbie is BACK with co-host Fitzy serving you some spooky hostess realness. You can expect a fierce line up of performers including Lilith Fair (Albertas Next Drag Superstar 2016), Sky Slywchuk, Pheromone Kills, Buddy Bordel, Violette Coquette, and Atreyu!!!

DJ Polyesterday, DJ Queerbait, and Thomas Culture will also be in the house!!

Extra spooky haunted hotel experience available for those who dare!! Starring Kidd Crimson, Holly von Sinn, Liam Coady, Goblynn Dixxx, and Sucreesha!!! *NOTE* Tickets to Haunted Hotel Experience do not include cover charge to main event.

Fab drink specials with $1 of each drink sold going towards HIV Edmonton and Fruit Loop!

PRIZES for best costume AND midnight dance off!! Special thanks to The Briefing Room, Frank and Oak and Bacardi.

$10 at the door. Doors at 8pm.

Arrive early to avoid the line ups or join us after the Depeche Mode concert!

EVERYONE IS WELCOME ♥ All proceeds from the event provide support to Alberta’s GLBTQ community.

For tickets to our haunted hotel experience please visit:

For more information about Fruit Loop please visit our home page at

For more information about our community partner HIV Edmonton please visit:

This Sesquicentennial event is Fruit Loop’s contribution to Canada’s celebrations surrounding the C150+. Fruit Loop recognizes that the land that we call Canada and it’s first peoples have been around long before Confederation. This event will incorporate elements that celebrate as many sides of Canada as we can. Our aim is to provide an opportunity to explore the many facets of Canada as possible, with an LGBTQ2S lens.

Fruit Loop would like to acknowledge the support of Alberta Culture and Tourism in this event.

Dark Matters “Fears & Phobias” Oct 19, 2017


Are you afraid of the dark? Feel anxious in confined spaces? Does the thought or sight of spiders make your skin crawl? For most of us, there is one thing that inspires our deepest, darkest fears…

On Thursday, October 19, guest experts will explore what fear is, why some fears are really common, and whether or not these fears are founded.

Guests are welcome to wear their Halloween costumes!

DARK MATTERS ‘Fears & Phobias’ — not for the faint of heart!

For tickets & more information visit:

This is an 18+ event. You will be asked to show I.D.

Crash My Room, Design Week Official Wrap Party September 30, 2017

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We’re saving the Best for Last.

In cooperation with EEDC, Vignettes Design Series, and numerous local businesses, EDW17’s Official Wrap Up Party will be taking over all three floors of Downtown Edmonton’s Crash Hotel.

This exclusive event will happen on September 30th with special guests and Design Week awards commencing from 7-9pm, followed by a VIP experience event beginning at 9pm. Throughoutthe space, there will be numerous activations, with each and every room taking on its own personality and unique experience.

The night will feature the Best in design, music and performance art, all while enjoying fine food and cocktails from Edmonton’s top purveyors.
Attended by the Best of Edmonton, this will be an event not to be missed.
Art and Entertainment curated by Thomas Culture

7pm – 9pm
Special Guests / Cocktail Hour / Edmonton Design Week Presentation
9pm – 10pm
VIP Entry, Cocktails, programming begins
10pm – 1am
Insanity Ensues

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Late Night Adams – Edmonton Symphony Orchestra September 15, 2017


Chief Conductor Alexander Prior says of John Adams’ astounding Harmonielehre: “It is inspired by the era of rock ’n’ roll, by the most hard-core side of jazz, and by the sounds of the technological era we live in. The music is mesmerizingly hypnotic, and you will find yourself wanting to jump out of your seat and reach for the sky. Seldom will you come across a piece as relevant, youthful, and yet eternal.” Also featured is Jalons, the first-ever work by Iannis Xenakis performed by the ESO.