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Latin Summer Fest, August 15

Check out the Latin Summer Fest on Sunday, August 15 from 11am-7pm at Trout Lake Park in East Vancouver. There will be music all day, great Latin food, and an artisan market. The festival music schedule can be viewed here.

Under the Volcano Podcast

Did you miss CiTR’s live broadcast from Cates Park during the FINAL Under the Volcano Festival on Sunday August 8th? Check out the podcast of this broadcast and other live broadcasts here.

Interviewees include:
Meegan Maultsaid, director of Under the Volcano; Roger Annis, coordinator of the Canada Haiti Action Network; Joey Only from the Joey Only Outlaw Band; members of the Wilderness Committee; Queer Film Festival organizers
a live panel discussion featuring Naomi Klein & Arthur Manuel (moderated by Avi Lewis)
as well as music from the artists who performed at the festival

DOOMSDAY: Games, Ride, BBQ, Bands

Love to bike? Love music? Love to eat food in the park?

Join CiTR, the Bike Co-op, and Sprouts for DOOMSDAY and celebrate Friday the 13th in style. We’re encouraging everyone to get on their bikes and join us for this multi-location event.

4:00 Tupper Secondary (tennis courts at E 22nd Ave and St. George) for bike polo and mini bike games
6:30 Ride to Crab Park
7:00 Crab Park for BBQ and live acoustic music

>MT TZOUHALEM (Geoff Vincent)

Vancouver Queer Film Fest, August 12-22

Come out and play at the 22nd Annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival! Vancouver’s second largest film festival presents 90 diverse films from over a dozen countries. Dive into provocative documentaries, stunning dramas and spicy romances, then head out to outrageous parties and find out why being #2 is way more fun than being #1.

CiTR 101.9 FM is proud to present Riot Acts: Flaunting Gender Deviance in Music Performance on Tuesday, August 17 at 9:30pm at Tinseltown.
Be sure to tune in to Queer FM on Sunday, 6-8pm to win tickets to Riot Acts.

For tickets, contests, films and more, visit

Pop Winds, Grimes, Nu Sensae, Walter TV – August 14

Don’t miss No More Strangers with Montreal-based Pop Winds and Grimes with special guests Nu Sensae and Walter TV on Saturday, August 14 at Goodie. And of course, No More Strangers DJs.

Tickets are available at the door. For more information, visit the Facebook page here.

Justice Rocks, August 15

CiTR is proud to support Justice Rocks in Strathcona Park on Sunday, August 15. The third annual free outdoor day festival brings people together to celebrate social and environmental justice through music, workshops, and speakers.

We will be broadcasting live from 2pm to 5pm. Be sure to tune in for music and interviews from the festival.

There will be a marketplace, food vendors, and an info fair with numerous organizations working for social and environmental justice. For the full lineup and listing of workshops and speakers, visit the Facebook page.

CiTR News for Monday, August 9

The Political Arts Festival Edition
The 20th and final year of Under the Volcano: festival producer Meegan Maultsaid and Naomi Klein/Arthur Manuel/Avi Lewis panel discussion | In-studio interview with Justice Rocks organizer Adrian Sinclair | weekly feature | FSRN Headlines | Weather

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Under the Volcano, Sunday, August 8th

Under the Volcano Festival of Art and Social Change celebrates its 20th anniversary and its final year. The festival brings music, workshops, an artisans market, community info fair, and more to Cates Park in North Vancouver. Don’t miss out on the final year of this incredible grassroots festival with 30+ artists and four stages.

CiTR will be broadcasting live from Under the Volcano from 5-8pm to bring you coverage of the 20th year of the largest political arts festival in Canada.

Admission is by donation. You are encouraged to take transit, take the free shuttle bus, or bike to Cates Park. For the festival lineup and other information, please visit Under the Volcano’s website.

Synchronicity, An Arts Festival in the Sunshine Coast

Looking for something to do this weekend? What to get out of the city?
Check out Sychronicity near Gibsons:

deer crossing the art farm, a Sunshine Coast based non-
profit devoted to creating positive change through arts and nature-driven programming,
will host the first annual Synchronicity Festival on August 7th & 8th, 2010.

Working within the theme of synchronicity, the festival will bring together visual artists,
actors, puppeteers, dancers, musicians, mixed media artists, filmmakers and
writers. After a two-month period of creation, collaboration and rehearsal, the festival
will combine sound, imagery, words, light, sculpture, performance, and nature to take
the audience on a one-of-a-kind journey through the 5 acre art farm and surrounding
forest. The event is hybrid by design; part carnival, part exhibition, part performance,
part festival, with the focus being on revealing – or providing audiences the opportunity
to experience – the hidden connections between ourselves, each other and the natural

The festival will run 3 separate shows each day on Saturday and Sunday, August 7th &
8th. Tickets will be $10/adult, $8/senior or student and children under 12 are free to
attend. Food and beverages will be available on site, along with plenty of activities for
children of all ages. Audiences are encouraged to come for a show and stay for the day.
Tickets can be purchased online at

Enchanted Evenings Live Broadcast

Tune in from 7:30pm tonight to hear a live broadcast of Silk Road Music who are performing in the Enchanted Evenings Concert Series at the Dr Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden.

For 17 years, this award winning group has introduced new performers, ideas and has been a highlight of the Enchanted Evenings program.

For this performance, Silk Road will introduce a fantastic percussionist, Liam MacDonald who specializes in world music as well as an exciting Flamenco dancer, Michelle Harding to demonstrate its new studies of flamenco music.

Tune in to 101.9 FM or listen online at from 7:30pm Friday August 6th.

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