DECEMBER 10 / $15
Two women and three men, a crate of C86 tapes, a love of hooks and jangle, wistful shimmer, the sort of road-trips where the whole world seems sunglass-tinted. It’s sun-splashed and twilit, precise and overgrown, a gorgeous glittering fuzz-pop from the city of Toronto.
TWIN FORKS & NORTHCOTE
NOVEMBER 11 / $20
Winnipeg Folk Festival and The Park Theatre are thrilled to present Twin Forks with guests Northcote at The Park Theatre on November 11. As leader of Dashboard Confessional, Chris Carrabba knows about creating music that speaks to listeners’ hearts.
EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL
OCTOBER 29 - NOVEMBER 9
You don’t need to be a fan of “Evil Dead” to love this show. You don’t need to be a fan of horror to love this show. You don’t even need to be a fan of musicals to love this show. As long as you like having fun… this show is for you.
We really love having comedians in the room and we were very excited when we had the opportunity to bring Jen Kirkman to town. She is one of the funniest comedians working today and she had the crowd in the palm of her hand all night. We can only hope she will come back soon. […]
It has been great to see Kalle Mattson and his band grow in leaps and bounds over the year and a half that we have known them. Kalle has been travelling heavily back and forth across our country and others; and every time he come back to The Park Theatre its better than the last. […]
The Park Theatre is proud to present Alvvays on December 10. In their relatively short existence this Toronto by way of the Maritimes five-piece has completely taken over the music scene. Excited they will be playing our room as part of their Canadian headlining tour. Reverb-drenched and bittersweet, Alvvays have been making music since yesterday […]
Rah Rah are celebrating their storied history by embracing the present. “The history of the band is very strange,” confesses guitar and vocalist Marshall Burns. The Regina, SK sextet began as a trio in 2007 with Burns being accompanied by long-time friend Erin Passmore on drums and vocals. The line-up expanded with the addition of […]
Why look back when the future unfolds every moment before you? A decade into the twenty-first century, The Darcys ventured boldly into uncertainty. The art-rock quartet of Jason Couse, Wes Marksell, Michael le Riche and Dave Hurlow signed a three-record deal with Arts & Crafts Records. The label is home turf for Broken Social Scene […]
On October first Fred Eaglesmith dropped in for what seems to be his annual visit. As soon as Fred and the travelling band pulled up and you could feel the energy. The show was sold-out, as it usually is when he comes to town and every person in the building was hanging off each word […]