I will be fresh from visiting Montreal and will be ready to throw down for a midsummer’s night 80s dance party at one of my favourite venues in Edmonton, Evolution Wonderlounge. Music drops at 10pm till close, $5 cover. Let’s get physical, I want to hear your body talk.
I am thrilled to play as a guest DJ for my second time on RHYTHMIC SPACES hosted by Sohayl & Taimoore, on CJSR FM 88.5 tomorrow night from 10:00 pm – 12:00 am. I will be playing a Minimal / Deep Tech set. I find these sounds are right in step with my groove these days. I hope to make you wiggle, jiggle and giggle to the radio to what ever you are doing.
Tune into Rhythmic Spaces every second Thursday for a serving of cutting edge electronic music from around the world.
LIVE Mix at soundcloud.com/thomasculture
Mixes and tracklists can be found at:
HAPPY PRIDE EDMONTON !!!
Join us as we take over the streets June 15 with community partner Rainbow Refuge to bring you our PRIDE WEEK WRAP UP PARTY!! Sponsored by TD Bank, Downtown Business Association, Red Bull, Church Of John, Labatt, Sysco, NUTRL, and Sauza!! We’re back at Thrift Shop and CRASH Hotel and outside on 103 street directly out front. Come down early for delicious food and drinks in the street fair. Stay late and dance the night away!!
DJ Thomas Culture, DJ Vishus, DJ Kena Leon and Galloway Hiatt, DJ K-Stylez, DJ HaHa, and DJ Konstantine will be on the street and in the house!!
MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF ENTERTAINMENT! Fruit Loop has brought out the best of the best to finish off Edmonton’s 2019 Pride Week! Featuring performances by some of the most celebrated, and cutting-edge local drag talents, including Jon – Benet Ramsme, Duke Carson, Lucian LaPearl, Melinda Verga, Soo She, Artasia, Ladonna, and Claudia Hartout. PLUS a special cabaret performance by Lilith Fair!!
Doggos and Drag Queens – 3pm – 5pm – Bring your fur babies down and get a pet portrait with iconic drag queen Teen Jesus Barbie!! We’ll have treats for the pups and the partiers. $10 per portrait with all revenue being donated directly to Rainbow Refuge! Book your time slot here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/doggos-and-drag-queens-tickets-62265213931
FREE EATS on the street from 5pm – 7pm!
Don’t forget about our MIDNIGHT DANCE OFF!! We will be giving away awesome prizes once again!!
$10 starting at 5pm gets you into both street party and indoor party!
EVERYONE IS WELCOME ♥ All proceeds from the event provide support to Alberta’s LGBTQ2S+ community.
For more information about Fruit Loop please visit: https://www.facebook.com/fruitloopyeg/
For more information about Rainbow Refuge pleas visit: https://informalberta.ca/public/service/serviceProfileStyled.do?serviceQueryId=1075558
$3 beer and hiballs, no cover featuring DJ Thomas Culture, as our thank you for making Pride Week, and all weeks, amazing!
The University of Alberta, Institute for Sexual Minority Studies & Services, Camp fYrefly in partnership with Neil Salsbury and RBC Dominion Securities request the honor of your company at the Met Gala on Saturday, June 8, 2019 at the Royal Alberta Museum.
Camp: kaemp/noun: a style or mode of personal or creative expression that is absurdly exaggerated and often fuses elements of high and popular culture.
Guests are asked to dress in the theme of camp and will be treated to a night of high fashion, hosted bar and hors d’oeuvres, silent auction and a private performance by one of Canada’s best-selling artists, JANN ARDEN.
All proceeds from this event will be in support of Camp fYrefly. There are limited tickets. Tickets will be sold on a first come first serve basis.
For inquiries please call 780-492-8956 or visit email@example.com
Every year the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in NYC announces the theme for their famed gala. In the past, these varied themes have ranged from Heavenly Bodies to Punk, the age of Napoleon to Jacqueline Kennedy, Cubism to the Manchu Dragon. Some years have focused directly on iconic designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Chanel, Versace and Alexander McQueen.
This year the NYC Met Gala is hosted on May 6th and the theme is Camp: Notes on Fashion. The Metropolitan Museum will have a corresponding exhibit running from May 9-Sept 9, 2019.
Join us Saturday June 8 from noon on as we celebrate Edmonton Pride 2019! TICKETS NOW ONLY AT GATES
In the Kiss 91.7 Family Fun Zone, enjoy tasty treats as well as face painting from the ISCWR, a roving magician, photo ops with Incredible queens, and a Bouncy Castle.
Adults, head on into the beer garden, with multiple DJs and over a dozen local entertainers on the Sonic 102.9 Main Stage, including Drag Race All Star Yara Sofia. Tequila Mockingbird hosts a star studded spectacular line up, with shows at approximately 2:30 and 4:30.
Sponsors Kiss, Sonic, Fido, Evolution, Banff Ice Summit, Red Bull, Strong Coffee Marketing, and BDO have joined together to give this incredible outdoors event something for everyone. Enjoy local craft breweries Yellowhead, Blindman, Analog, Freehold, and Dandy, as well as Blackfly products, and of course, Banff Ice Summit vodka and Sauza Tequila.
The family fun area runs from 12 – 9. Last call in the beer garden is 10pm.
Gate profits from this event go directly to helping local LGBTQ groups such as the ISCWR, FAB, EMHC, Shades of Colour, and HIV Edmonton.
And don’t worry – there will be an announcement in both dance areas when it’s time to get in line for Evolution’s Solid Gold Party (separate tickets required) with DJ Reid Bourgeois and DJ Kitty Glitter.
With her stunning command of the violin, internationally renowned violinist Simone Porter will be performing Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major, Opus 19. The stunning concerto was once described as a “mixture of fairy-tale naïveté and daring savagery in lay-out and texture.” The finale will close off with 20th-century composer Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto, Opus 14.
Toast the night with your complimentary drink and sweet sounds of strings.
Prior & Pinot is proudly sponsored by Sherbrooke Liquor
On May 29, 2019, the City of Edmonton announced the winners of its Missing Middle Infill Design Competition. Launched earlier this year, the design-build competition turned its gaze to medium-density (or ‘missing middle’) housing and how to make it both economically feasible and well designed to work in Edmonton. Increasing the city’s housing choices, particularly how to integrate more housing in the ‘missing middle’ range, is an important part of the City Plan — Edmonton’s future growth strategy for a city headed towards a metropolitan area of two million people.
Endorsed by The Alberta Association of Architects, the 2019 competition drew proposals from teams of architects and builders/developers from across Canada and abroad. Their task: design a ‘missing middle’ housing development on five City-owned parcels of land at the northeast corner of 112 Avenue and 106 Street in the Spruce Avenue neighbourhood. Their prize: the opportunity to purchase the site and build their winning design, subject to rezoning approval.
Click on the Canadian Architect link to learn who the winners were.