Tickets for Uncovered – Notes from the Heart are $25 (plus fee) available to purchase online.
The remainder of the Spark performances are free and their links can be accessed via belfry.bc.ca
The Belfry’s annual Spark Festival is online today, and it opens with Uncovered – Notes from the Heart, a livestream concert from Musical Stage Company. It will continue through to January 23 with an eclectic line up featuring a short film (June Yeo), a hybrid dance/theatre performance (Andrew Barrett), new plays in progress (Jo Leslie, Rick Waines) and a new realization of Summer Bucket List (Collectivus Theatre). These shows take place online, starting at 7:30pm PST.
For a full list of events, please visit the company’s webpage here.
After experiencing the 4th annual Car Free YYJ, I’m looking forward to Year Five. Can more of Douglas Street be used? Can carnival rides get offered at Centennial Square? That’s the feeling I got while thinking about what will draw me back. This event has music which I enjoyed, food to snack on, shopping local and seeing exhibits to highlight the best of what Victoria, BC can offer. I know more is possible. The Downtown Victoria Business Association has a good plan to revitalize the city core, and I can only hop on my soapbox to offer my suggestions.
Nedfest Music and Arts Festival is a three day music, arts, and microbrew event held the last weekend of August in the the mountains of Nederland, Colorado.
The music that is played at this festival can range from bluegrass to rock, jazz to world genres, and even a mix of two or more types of music.
Vancouver Island band Dirty Harriet were one of the acts to take to the stage. Fronted by singer/songwriter Sabrina Kufner, Kufner’s deep powerful voice has been compared to that of musician Melissa Etheridge.
Dirty Harriet performs original song Cloak and Dagger.
Dirty Harriet performs System of a Down‘s cover, Toxicity.