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Canada's most celebrated garage rock duo, The Pack AD, along with the pride of Big Lake, Sam Tudor close out Safety Meeting concert season.
Six years ago was the first time I ran sound for the ArtsWells festival.
We’re already past the half-way mark of the 2017 Safety Meeting concert series.
The Staggers and Jaggs along with Samson’s Delilah are on stage at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre Friday, Feb. 10.
The Safety Meeting concert coming up Friday, Jan. 27 features the unique stylings of Andrew Judah. The Rowan Dolighan band opens the night.
For two consecutive weekends in February, the Arts Centre is excited to host a workshop not quite like anything we’ve heard of before.
At last, Arts on the Fly is extremely excited to announce the lineup for our 2017 Safety Meeting concert series.
This Friday, Nov. 11 is the last pre-season Safety Meeting of 2016.
The ever-popular Safety Meeting concert series is presenting a pre-season concert Friday with CR Avery and High Society.
I can’t believe it but this weekend is already the final chapter in the Sunday Biscuits concert series at the Bean Counter.
If Northern BC has a particular “sound,” I would argue that it’s a cross pollination of acoustic folk music with punk rock.
Last Sunday, East Vancouver band the Staggers and Jaggs made the bleary-eyed morning trip.
Having Tanya Gallagher up for last weekend’s Sunday Biscuits session at the Bean Counter was pretty great.
I was bummed that I had to miss the inaugural Sunday Biscuits session at the Bean Counter, but it sounds like it went off without a hitch.
I’ve been looking for ways to carry music into the summer in Williams Lake.