ALBERTA MUSIC 35TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR SET FOR 2020

ALBERTA MUSIC 35TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR SET FOR 2020
Fifteen artists in Five Alberta Communities celebrate 35 years of Alberta Music

 

(Edmonton) – Alberta Music is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a province-wide performance event in Alberta towns and cities. Artists performing on the tour include 100 Mile House, Amelie Patterson, Amy Nelson, Carter & the Capitals, Cristian De La Luna, Crystal Eyes, Debra Power, Ellen Doty, Joe Nolan, Josh Sahunta, Kate Stevens, Mouraine, Post Script, Ryan Langlois & Trevor Panczak. This diverse group of artists will perform in groups of three in Edmonton, Stony Plain, Calgary, Canmore, and Lethbridge, Alberta. All shows are only $10 at the door and are supported by The Government of Alberta, ATB Branch for Arts & Culture and CKUA Radio.

 

Full tour details are:

 

EDMONTON, January 26, 2020 – Downtown Edmonton Community League

CARTER & THE CAPITALS / CRYSTAL EYES / CRISTIAN DE LA LUNA

 

STONY PLAIN, February 8, 2020 – Moonshiners

RYAN LANGLOIS / 100 MILE HOUSE / POST SCRIPT

 

CANMORE, March 7, 2020 – Canmore Hotel

AMELIE PATTERSON / ELLEN DOTY / KATE STEVENS

 

LETHBRIDGE, March 13, 2020 – The Owl

TREVOR PANCZAK / JOE NOLAN / AMY NELSON

 

CALGARY, March 14, 2020 – King Eddy YYC

MOURAINE / DEBRA POWER / JOSH SAHUNTA

 

About

Alberta Music strives for a diverse, informed and connected Alberta music industry and to foster the excellence of Alberta artists and the Alberta music industry through education and support. The Alberta Music Industry Association is a non-profit, service-based association dedicated to helping professionals in the music industry to succeed in their careers and to build, connect and inspire a dynamic Alberta music industry.

 

History

The Alberta Recording Industries Association (ARIA) was registered in 1984 under the Societies Act of Alberta. Its official mandate was to “participate and assist in the overall development and improvement of the Alberta and Canadian recorded music industry, especially as it relates to Alberta.” In October of 2007 the members of the Alberta Recording Industries Association voted to change the name to the Alberta Music Industry Association. This was in line with other music industry associations in the country who were striving to be looked upon as an all-inclusive resource for the music industry. Alberta Music has grown over the past 35 years to now occupy offices in Edmonton and Calgary. The organization frequently runs information sessions and workshops, provides financial tour support, assistance in attending festival/conferences and produces showcase opportunities for artists at events like Canadian Music Week (Toronto), The Great Escape (Brighton) and Reeperbahn (Hamburg).

 

Check out more details, artists, schedule at www.albertamusic.org

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More info: Carly Klassen, Executive Director, carly@albertamusic.org

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