Archive for the ‘Live Broadcasting’ Category

Live@Lunch on Wednesday – CiTR and AMS Events present Royal Streets

Royal Streets are playing today at 12 noon north of the SUB! CiTR and AMS Firstweek bring you awesome live music during the first two weeks of classes! Stop by and enjoy a tour of Vancouver’s music scene hosted by CiTR DJs. These shows are also live broadcast on CiTR 101.9FM and streamed on citr.ca. […]

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Live@Lunch on Tuesday – CiTR and AMS Events present Supermoon

Supermoon are playing Tuesday at 12 noon north of the SUB! Read more about Supermoon in Discorder Magazine… CiTR and AMS Firstweek bring you awesome live music every day of the first week of classes! Stop by and enjoy a tour of Vancouver’s music scene hosted by CiTR DJs. These shows are also live broadcast […]

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Live@Lunch on Monday – CiTR and AMS Events present The Flintettes

The Flintettes are playing Monday at 12 noon north of the SUB! Read more about The Flintettes in Discorder Magazine… CiTR and AMS Firstweek bring you awesome live music every day of the first week of classes! Stop by and enjoy a tour of Vancouver’s music scene hosted by CiTR DJs. These shows are also […]

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CiTR broadcasts the AMS Backyard BBQ live on 101fm and citr.ca

The AMS Backyard BBQ presents Ryan Hemsworth, Good for Grapes, We Are The City, Sabota, The Tourist Company, and DJs MGH! and Sincerely Hana. Listen in on citr from 3-6 pm.

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CiTR and Music Waste Present: Victory Square Block Party 2014! 2-9PM August 31st

Summer is nearly at its end…but there is still room for one last hurrah: Victory Square Block Party! From 2-9pm enjoy amazing live music at Victory Square Park, located at the Cambie and Hastings intersection in Downtown Vancouver. This year’s lineup is absolutely killer with featured acts including: The Shilohs, Dead Soft, Supermoon, Nervous Talk, […]

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CiTR live at Vancouver Folk Music Festival 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday!

This weekend, embrace Vancouver’s gorgeous summer weather to the soothing sounds of Folk music from all over the world. That’s right, it is the 37th annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival, back once again at Jericho beach and bursting to the seams with great music more than ever before! CiTR and Discorder will be at the […]

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CiTR at Khatsahlano Street Party! July 12th

This Saturday, July 12th, rock out at Vancouver’s biggest music and arts festival of the summer; Khatsahlano Street Party! This year, CiTR has partnered with Zulu Records for a sponsored stage at Cypress and West 4th. Featured acts at the Zulu Records and CiTR stage include: Phoenix Thunderbird, Shawn Mrazek Lives!, Sunday Morning, Inherent Vices, […]

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Skate Jam at UBC Skate Park! | July 4th

Freestyle skateboarding, Nardwuar, and great summer tunes all come together this Friday, July 4th, at UBC’s Skate Park (the first campus skateboard park in North America!). The Skate Jam was created by Skullskates board shop in collaboration with the University Neighbourhood Association, and CiTR! Come down to hang out or skate! Starring Andy Anderson and […]

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Crimes & Treasons Live from The Astoria

WEEKLY FEVER NIGHT AT THE ASTORIA… …but with a MANIC CRIMINAL twist. On April 29, MANIA MAG and CRIMES & TREASONS is taking over your tuesday night! BROADCASTED LIVE ON 101.9fm CiTR from 9-11pm. Listen in or be there for the real real. “Listen as they bring you everything rap related, including the freshest cuts […]

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UBC Student Leadership Conference | January 11

UBC’s Student Leadership Conference is happening this Saturday, January 11, and registration is still open! The SLC is one of Canada’s largest student-run conferences, with over 1200 student delegates, hundreds of volunteers, over 100 workshop presenters, 12 featured presenters and 2 keynotes. There will also be an opportunities fair over lunchtime where delegates can mingle […]

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