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August 2019

Landed!

August 23 @ 6:00 pm
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One event on August 24, 2019 at 11:00 am

One event on August 25, 2019 at 11:00 am

NVRLND., 1048 21 Ave. S.E.
Calgary, Alberta T2G 1N2 Canada
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Free admission

This three-day pop-up art show features the works of the Landed! crew, including Nasarimba, Bryan Faubert, Mao Kun Chen, and Chris Savage X Erin Berry. To supplement the exhibition, DJs will play on Friday and Sunday evening and a barbecue will be held on Sunday afternoon. This is a great opportunity to visit NVRLND., one of Calgary's quirkiest art studios. Image: Dessert Island. Chris Savage X Erin Berry. Glazed P700 with underglaze pencil drawing.

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Choral Conducting Workshop Concert

August 23 @ 7:30 pm
St. Laurence Angelican Church, 5940 Lakeview Dr. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta Canada
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$20 – $25

Join Luminous Voices, Calgary's professional chamber choir, as they perform a special showcase of nine conductors who have completed the choral conducting workshop. The workshop, led by Luminous Voices' artistic director Dr. Timothy Shantz, was a week-long course on fine-tuning conducting skills, ultimately working towards this concert. The program includes a range of compositions, including works from Peter-Anthony Togni, Carmen Braden and Andrew Balfour amongst others.

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Killarney Record Fair

August 24 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
St. Matthew’s United Church, 2035 26A St. S.W.
Calgary, Canada
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$2

People keep saying that vinyl is has been making a comeback, but the truth is that it never left. There will be 20 local vendors and an anticipated 400 attendees at the third annual Killarney Record Fair at St. Matthew's United Church. In addition to records, you can shop cassettes and CDs, plus treat yourself to light fare like hot dogs and chips. Image courtesy of Killarney Record Fair.

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Saturdays in C-Square

August 24 @ 1:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:00 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 24, 2019

C-Square, 7 Ave. S.E.
Calgary, Alberta T2G 0J6 Canada
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Free

Music from around the globe will be heard in East Village this Summer as the National Music Centre's summer music series returns. Experience the sounds of Klezmer, gospel, Chinese traditional and Latin music in the open air setting of C-Square on Saturdays throughout August. August 3 - Klezmer in the Square: Schmenge with The Calgary Musicscapes Band August 10 - Chinese Traditional in the Square: Musesica Trio with Harmony Guzheng Ensemble August 17 - Gospel in the Square: HAVEN Vanguard with Calgary South…

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Brewery and the Beast

August 25 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Fort Calgary, 750 9 Ave. S.E.
Calgary,
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$99.95

If you love meat and beer, this is definitely the summer event for you. Your ticket includes all-you-can-eat food from 65+ presenters including Blue Star Diner, Cannibale, Empire Provisions, Meat & Bread, Ricardo's Hideaway and many, many more. While you eat and drink, you'll enjoy live entertainment from The Electric Timber Co. and special guests. Photograph by Ediblicious Photography

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Sandstock

August 25 @ 1:00 pm
Sandstone Park, 99 Sandstone Dr. N.W.
Calgary, Alberta Canada
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Free

Gather the whole family and head to Sandstone Park for the seventh annual Sandstock. Presented by the Sandstone MacEwan Community Association, this afternoon event includes kids activities, an artisan market and food vendors. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes, as local band Das Corazone will take the stage to provide music throughout the afternoon.

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BUMP Festival

August 28 - August 31
Multiple Venues Calgary, Canada + Google Map
Free admission

The Beltline Neighbourhoods Association is celebrating the third year of the Beltline Urban Mural Project (BUMP) with four days of tours, talks, music and film. Leading up to the celebrations, 15 new murals will be painted throughout August by local, national and international artists. More details on the festival's schedule can be found here in the weeks leading up to BUMP Festival.

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FAB Beef Bash

August 30 @ 9:00 pm
The Palomino, 109 7 Ave. S.W
Calgary, Canada
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$10 – $15

Spend a night of Calgary Pride with the Federation of Alberta Bears (FAB) at The Palomino. Attendees — bears and non, alike  — will enjoy a DJ dance party on the lower level, go-go dancers, drink specials and a 25-per cent off deal on meals. Admission fees ($10 for FAB members, $15 for non) help support The Alex. Photograph courtesy of Federation of Alberta Bears.

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Party in the Park

August 31
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One event on September 1, 2019 at 12:00 am

WinSport, 88 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Canada
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$125 – $185

Catch a Labour Day weekend full of rock and roll icons as Party in the Park takes over the WinSport Arena at Canada Olympic Park. The festival kicks off Saturday, August 31 with headliners George Thorogood and the Destroyers and Vince Neil of Motley Crue, joined by Canadian rock veterans The Northern Pikes and Calgary locals The Static Shift. Sunday will see Styx and Trooper take the stage, joined earlier by 54-40 and Toque. Single day and full weekend passes…

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Pride Brunch

August 31 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Brewsters Brewing Company, 834 11 Ave. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2R 0E5 Canada
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Free admission

All ages are welcome to join drag performer Anne Xiety as they host guests for a $10 brunch and $5.50 beers with music from DJ Terri Tingz. A new seasonal beer will also be introduced called "Civic Pride" — a watermelon wheat ale — which was the brainchild of Brewsters Brewing Company and Calgary's Civic Tavern. There is no cost to enter. Photograph provided by Brewsters Brewing Company.

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This three-day pop-up art show features the works of the Landed! crew, including Nasarimba, Bryan Faubert, Mao Kun Chen, and Chris Savage X Erin Berry. To supplement the exhibition, DJs will play on Friday and Sunday evening and a barbecue will be held on Sunday afternoon. This is a great opportunity to visit NVRLND., one of Calgary’s quirkiest art studios.

Image: Dessert Island. Chris Savage X Erin Berry. Glazed P700 with underglaze pencil drawing.

Join Luminous Voices, Calgary’s professional chamber choir, as they perform a special showcase of nine conductors who have completed the choral conducting workshop. The workshop, led by Luminous Voices’ artistic director Dr. Timothy Shantz, was a week-long course on fine-tuning conducting skills, ultimately working towards this concert. The program includes a range of compositions, including works from Peter-Anthony Togni, Carmen Braden and Andrew Balfour amongst others.

People keep saying that vinyl is has been making a comeback, but the truth is that it never left. There will be 20 local vendors and an anticipated 400 attendees at the third annual Killarney Record Fair at St. Matthew’s United Church. In addition to records, you can shop cassettes and CDs, plus treat yourself to light fare like hot dogs and chips.

Image courtesy of Killarney Record Fair.

Music from around the globe will be heard in East Village this Summer as the National Music Centre’s summer music series returns. Experience the sounds of Klezmer, gospel, Chinese traditional and Latin music in the open air setting of C-Square on Saturdays throughout August.

August 3 – Klezmer in the Square: Schmenge with The Calgary Musicscapes Band

August 10 – Chinese Traditional in the Square: Musesica Trio with Harmony Guzheng Ensemble

August 17 – Gospel in the Square: HAVEN Vanguard with Calgary South Sudanese Gospel Choir

August 24 – Latin in the Square: Carolina Slim with La Mosca

Photograph by Gabriella Gut.

If you love meat and beer, this is definitely the summer event for you. Your ticket includes all-you-can-eat food from 65+ presenters including Blue Star Diner, Cannibale, Empire Provisions, Meat & Bread, Ricardo’s Hideaway and many, many more. While you eat and drink, you’ll enjoy live entertainment from The Electric Timber Co. and special guests.

Photograph by Ediblicious Photography

Gather the whole family and head to Sandstone Park for the seventh annual Sandstock. Presented by the Sandstone MacEwan Community Association, this afternoon event includes kids activities, an artisan market and food vendors. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes, as local band Das Corazone will take the stage to provide music throughout the afternoon.

The Beltline Neighbourhoods Association is celebrating the third year of the Beltline Urban Mural Project (BUMP) with four days of tours, talks, music and film. Leading up to the celebrations, 15 new murals will be painted throughout August by local, national and international artists. More details on the festival’s schedule can be found here in the weeks leading up to BUMP Festival.

Spend a night of Calgary Pride with the Federation of Alberta Bears (FAB) at The Palomino. Attendees — bears and non, alike  — will enjoy a DJ dance party on the lower level, go-go dancers, drink specials and a 25-per cent off deal on meals. Admission fees ($10 for FAB members, $15 for non) help support The Alex.

Photograph courtesy of Federation of Alberta Bears.

Catch a Labour Day weekend full of rock and roll icons as Party in the Park takes over the WinSport Arena at Canada Olympic Park. The festival kicks off Saturday, August 31 with headliners George Thorogood and the Destroyers and Vince Neil of Motley Crue, joined by Canadian rock veterans The Northern Pikes and Calgary locals The Static Shift. Sunday will see Styx and Trooper take the stage, joined earlier by 54-40 and Toque. Single day and full weekend passes are available.

All ages are welcome to join drag performer Anne Xiety as they host guests for a $10 brunch and $5.50 beers with music from DJ Terri Tingz. A new seasonal beer will also be introduced called “Civic Pride” — a watermelon wheat ale — which was the brainchild of Brewsters Brewing Company and Calgary’s Civic Tavern. There is no cost to enter.

Photograph provided by Brewsters Brewing Company.

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