Posts Tagged ‘live broadcast’

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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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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This Fringey Live Broadcast – 5-7pm Sept 9

Howdy theatre cowboys, today is CiTR’s broadcast live from the Vancouver Fringe Bar at the Agro Cafe on Granville Island! Maegan Thomas and Sara Lapsley, backed by the amazing CiTR live broadcast team, will be interviewing Vancouver Fringe artists, hosting performances, and pumping jams from Vancouver Fringe Bar bands. We’ve confirmed artists and performers from […]

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Live From The Skatepark

Hey, check out this video from Crimes and Treasons’ live broadcast from the UBC Skatepark. We had a ton of DJ’s and prizes to give out, plus some gnarly dudes zoop-doodling on their shred sticks. If you want to listen to the whole broadcast, click here.

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Vancouver Folk Music Festival!

The Vancouver Folk Music Festival is back again for it’s 36th year this July 19-21 at Jericho Beach Park. The three day festival will be bursting with life! Fabulous music from local and afar, unique artisans, local food vendors and other on-site activities will make for another successful year you don’t want to miss. Make […]

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Khatsahlano! Music & Art Festival – July 13

CiTR is proud to support Khatsahlano! Music & Art Festival, Vancouver’s biggest FREE outdoor music event! Now in it’s third year, this year’s festival will have 12 stages featuring over 50 of Vancouver’s best musical talents. Stages will be spread out along West 4th Avenue from Macdonald to Burrard Street, with live performances from 11AM-9PM. […]

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CiTR sponsors: Study & Go Abroad Fair Live Broadcast! March 5th, 2013

Today from 3-6pm,  CiTR will be broadcasting LIVE from the Study and Go Abroad Fair at the Vancouver Convention Centre (East Ballroom, Convention Level). We’ll be interviewing volunteer, education and student organizations from around the world. Since March 5th is mid-Fundrive (Feb 28-March 7th with our Finale March 8th at Chapel Arts) so Radio Free Thinkers […]

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Study and Go Abroad Fair Live Broadcast – Saturday, Sept. 22 1-3 p.m.

Saturday, Sept 22 CiTR will be live from 1-3pm at the Study and Go Abroad Fair, interviewing reps from schools and programs from around the world. We’ll be assisted by DJ Oker spinning Soul + Dance + Funk (DJ Oker hosts Funk My Life and runs another great learning opportunity, DJing 101.9FM). “Meet face to face with […]

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CiTR presents: Kirtan Vancouver

On August 18 from 3PM to 9PM at Stanley Park’s Second Beach, world-renowned Kirtan leaders and artists combining music with mantras and chants will perform a FREE outdoor concert. Kirtan is one of the oldest traditions of yoga, a call-and-response chanting genre which helps us connect with ourselves and focus our attention. There will also […]

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CiTR at Khatsalano! Music and Art Festival

Looking to enjoy the sunshine AND hear 30+ sweet bands play this weekend? Come check out Khatsalano!, a music + art + food + street party taking place 12pm-8pm, Saturday July 21 on West 4th between Macdonald and Burrard. With 40+ bands, including The Ballantynes, Weed, The Zolas, Oh No! Yoko, The High Drops, Nu […]

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