Archive for the ‘Festivals and Events’ Category

SHAKE/ARAMA II will be in Vancouver this Friday, July 3 and Saturday, July 4

Don’t miss the second annual Shake! Records SHAKE/ARAMA II in Vancouver this Friday, July 3 and Saturday, July 4 at The Wise Hall & Lounge. Including many local favourite bands all jammed into 2 days are Defektors, Twin Crystals, Nervous Talk, Surprise Party, and Hansmole! Tickets are $15 (or $20 at the door) and are available […]

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CiTR’s New Station Opening Party is Only 2 Sleeps Away!

History is happening this Friday, June 26 and Saturday, June 27! After 46 years, CiTR is moving to the new Student Union Building, The Nest, and we are celebrating! Bring your friends, mother, father, significant other, your wonderful self, children, or whoever and join in on the festivities! Featuring performances by TV Ugly and Sur Une Plage on […]

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Join local Vancouver talent and beyond at Sled Island 2015 in Calgary

Join headliners Godspeed! You Black Emperor, Television, De La Soul, Ex Hex, and Yo La Tengo in Calgary, AB this week from June 24-28! Amongst headliners from all over, Sled Island includes Vancouver’s own Cult Babies, Dead Soft, The Courtneys, Tough Age, Sarah Davachi, The Plodes and more! Please support Vancouver talent and beyond in […]

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Join CiTR for the Live Broadcast of the Third Annual Red Jam Slam

CiTR is live broadcasting the Third Annual Red Jam Slam Radio Festival on unceded Coast Salish Musqueam territory from June 17 – June 21. The Red Jam Slam festival presents events and celebrations that feature emerging and acclaimed Aboriginal artists and performers. The grassroots Red Jam Slam society seeks to create inclusive strategies that honour all […]

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CiTR’s Very First Broadcast Camp!

CiTR is very excited to introduce a new collaboration with the University Neighbourhood Association. CiTR Radio camp! Interested in the Media? Want to host your own radio show or podcast, and interview experts and your facvourite bands? In this day camp CiTR will teach you how to record and edit sound, do an interview, use […]

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Access Day Live Video Stream at 5 p.m. Today!

On May 21, CiTR adds to the experience of radio.  From 12-6 p.m. join us for CiTR’s very first Access Day and our very first live video stream which takes place during the last hour of this special broadcast.  Watch CiTR at 5-6 p.m. right from our website courtesy of the Extraenvironmentalist, a weekly radio program […]

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DOXA Festival Screening: “Theory Of Obscurity” Monday May 4th @ Cinematheque

We at CiTR love what DOXA Documentary Film Festival is all about, and this year’s line-up of documentaries is no different – it’s shaping up to be a highly anticipated event for film aficionados. Western Canada’s largest documentary film festival, DOXA will open this week starting Thursday April 30 until Sunday May 10. Presented by […]

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May 6th @ Fox Cabaret: East India Youth

London-based synth artist, East India Youth (William Doyle), will be performing at The Fox Cabaret on May 6th Wednesday night. A self-described song architect, Fact Mag hit the mark when during its review of East India Youth’s sophomore record, Culture of Volume, it described the music to be informed by the “unfounded seriousness with which […]

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Seoul & Ballet School @ The Media Club Tuesday May 5th

Wrapping up their North American Tour with Berlin expats Ballet School, Seoul will be performing their lush dream pop music at The Media Club next Tuesday on May 5th before finishing a string of busy dates that also included touring with AlunaGeorge in the States. Presented by MRG Concerts West, hillydilly and CiTR, this will be […]

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April 22 – May 3: Verses Festival of Words

Bookworms! Verses Festival of Words is nigh. Running from April 22 – May 3, the fifth annual literary festival will be taking place along Commercial Drive – the primo cultural district for Vancouver’s spoken word community. As one of the programs offered by non-profit Vancouver Poetry House, this year’s schedule boasts the Canadian Individual Slam […]

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