Spotted in Penticton and Sirf Marketing are proud to present the First Annual Off The Charts Penticton Music Competition. The contest is open to all rock bands heralding from Canada. There are thousands of dollars of great prizes going to the winner of the contest. The competition will be held at the Barking Parrot Bar in Penticton.
Mission IPAC’s artistic objective is to facilitate artist and community collaboration. IPAC provides a forum for voice, promotion, dialogue and understanding of First Nation and Métis artists. Company Overview Artistic Director: Michel Boutin Admin\Program Manager: Terri-Lynn Mc Donald Description IPAC links Indigenous and Métis artists and communities to promote social change. IPAC is a non-profit organization with an office in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, serving the city of Prince Albert and area. IPAC has worked with First Nations and Métis people, inner city youth, women, and all groups generally outside of the mainstream arts community for social, economic and cultural reasons. The work that IPAC undertakes through its collaborative projects helps to lessen the alienation that can exist between the Indigenous/Métis communities and the contemporary arts world. IPAC works within communities developing relationships of mutual trust helping to mediate the integration of professional artists into the communities.
Take a seat, grab a snack and enjoy some of the most talented entertainers from the interior of BC. The Community Stage at the Armstrong Fair and Rodeo features music August 27th through August 31st. Each day performers start at 1:00 p.m. and continue until about 7:00pm. The genre of music changes hourly. Hear talented musicians including: Aaron Gordon, Travis Flello, Becca Mabbet, Beamer Wiggley, Dave Kopp, Paper Airplane Crisis, Collin Croft, Becca Mabbet, Cinged, Steelwound, Ginger & Rose, and Steelwound. For a list of times each of these entertainers performs view the Community Stage Schedule @ http://www.armstrongipe.com/images/Community_Stage_2014.pdf
VIBES at The Vine: Summer Music Fest presented by Q103 Kelowna Featuring: the music of Cinged (acoustic alternative) Admission is FREE (though tips to the artists are welcome!) Good vibes & cool wines, every weekend this summer at The Vibrant Vine!
The Jambalion-party continues with Jamboree: Women In Music presents a high energy, band-driven jam night at the Habitat. 1/2 of all proceeds will be going to the Kelowna Women's Shelter. . . "Healing the Soul through Sound and Emotion" A few local feline musicians slated to grace the stage include: Theresa Bishop (Cinged), Kasey Graff (Tiger Moon) & host Dani Lion (Killer Panda/guest vocalist). Others include Joelle Fuller, Phaelan and Alesha Mah to name a few ~ Come out and celebrate local women in music and the woman's shelter by lending you ear and supporting our Jamboree!
Sounds Like: Tool, Evanesence, Portis Head, Björk, Wardruna
Bio: Every object holds the potential of projecting a wave of frequency into our universe. Affecting all as do droplets in a puddle of water. An input of energy to any object disturbs the particles and forces the object into a vibrational motion; at its natural frequency. Any musical scale, with its p...See Full Bio
““A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.””