The Culture Collective is happy to announce the next big variety showcase will be Thursday September 25 at the Garneau Theatre. We are very excited about the line up as we know you will be as well.
The Culture Collective is Edmonton’s innovative Variety Show that focuses on Music, Film and Performing Arts. This event is a two and a half hour showcase of some of the brightest creative minds this City has to offer.
Hosted by Julian Faid
Curated by Kris Harvey and Thomas Scott
Doors open at 8pm – Garneau Theatre – 8712 109 St NW
$15 Early Bird Tickets (Limited) until September 13
$20 in Advance
$25 at the Door
Advance tickets available online at eventbrite.ca
Needles to Vinyl
Wright & Wong
J-Roc / Kurt Hustle
Metro Digital Shorts
The Last Video Store
Sinners, Freaks and Geeks Burlesque
Mary Pinkoski (Edmonton Poet Laureate)
Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA)
Up + Downtown Music & Arts Festival
After party at El Cortez – 10322 83 Ave NW
Hey Edmonton, swing on down to the Mercer Tavern‘s Homegrown Friday Nights. We have a fantastic line up of each week. This Friday the admirable Polyesterday and I join forces to throw down the hottest top shelf jams along side the freshest cuts and mind melting mashups. This is the night of the week to get your motor running. Music starts at 9pm until close.
Enjoy locally crafted brew from Yellowhead Brewery, $4.25 Sleeves and $6.25 Pints.
Great atmosphere, superior food and beverage selection, friendly service and one of the hippest crowd in town.
This is going to be our biggest What the Truck?! Edmonton event ever, featuring 25 trucks! It’s the final event of the season, so come out and help us celebrate a fantastic year for food trucks in Edmonton!
Check out the lineup here:
Check out the menus here:http://www.whatthetruck.ca/2014/09/02/september-12th-2014-what-the-truck-menus/
The event will feature music from a great lineup of local DJs including Thomas Culture, DJ Chesterfield, and The Hugonaut.
(A tn6 Barnraiser for Proud)
Find out about one of Edmonton’s provocative new indie theatre companies, theatre no. 6 and their plan to produce the hit Canadian satire, Proud, in Edmonton this fall. Whether you’re curious to know more about this upcoming show (think VEEP starring Stephen Harper) or are looking for an artistic project to get behind, unwind with us over some delicious free food with solid sounds from Thomas Culture.
More details about the show and theatre no. 6 can be found at www.tn6.ca