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Finding your next favourite jam can sometimes be a bit of a pain. After you’ve hit up all your friends for their recommendations and sifted through countless YouTube videos, you might still be at a loss. Luckily, Manitoba Music is teaming up with The Good Will Social Club to do the work for you. The monthly New Music Night will bring in three local acts each month for just a $3 cover.
August 13th-16 2015 Various venues downtown Advanced full festival passes are $75, outdoor concerts at the Cube are free
Festival season can mean many things to a lot of different people. Universally, it seems to promise good music, fun, and a forum in which you can test the waters by pushing your daily fashion in directions you normally wouldn’t. While for a lot of folks this might mean shirking the casual business attire in favour of a flow-y skirt or some rad shorteralls, some still unfortunately connote freedom and fashion with headdresses and bindis.
With seven records under her belt, Amelia Curran is no novice when it comes to self expression. After growing up in St. John’s, Curran followed her passion for music by leaving university to busk in the streets. Her resulting successes have been plentiful, with four Music Newfoundland awards and a Juno win in 2010 for her album Hunter Hunter.