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Getting tribal this week at The Royal

Nelson Daily Editor
By Nelson Daily Editor
June 20th, 2011

This week at The Royal on Baker.

Blackie Leblanc and the Triumphs

Monday, June 20, show time 9 pm

The Royal is pleased to announce that Acoustic-Punk-Folk group Blackie Leblanc & The Triumphs will be storming through Nelson this summer, bringing with them Kytami (Delhi2Dublin) on the violin.

The live show is a roller coaster ride of mood swings, broken bottles and sweet harmonies, topped with a healthy dose of comedy and musicianship.   

Magic Bus with The Man in Havana and Breakfluid

Tuesday, June 21, show time 10 pm

Some of the best local electronic music can be heard every Tuesday night during the Royal’s Magic Bus. And there’s never any cover.

Variety Shows with Estevan and Tracy Lynn

Wednesday, June 22, starts 8:30 pm

The Royal’s open stage is always a night full of talented musicians. Come enjoy the music or take the stage yourself.

Karaoke with Dhorea

Thursday, June 23, Starts 9 pm

Take your turn in the spotlight and sing your heart out to your favourite tunes with the Royal’s Karaoke night. 

Beats 4 Concrete: A Skatepark Fundraiser with Shasta, Rhapsody and Mullin

Friday, June 24, show time 9 pm

  • Tickets $10 at the door

Three of the finest DJ’s in the Kootenay’s are coming together for a night of FUNdraising. 

In support of the Nelson Outdoor Skatepark, DJ’s Shasta, Rhapsody & Craig Mullin are joining forces to bring you a night of Global Rhythms, and help bring the skatepark a little closer to reality. 

This will be taking place the same night as the first MarketFest of the summer, so come down, enjoy the street party, and then prepare to groove the night away at The Royal as these three DJs spin funk, soul, hip hop, and much more from 9 pm until 2 am.

House ‘n’ Home presents Where the Wild Things Are

Saturday, June 25, show time 10 pm

After the massive rebel fun of Joel West’s STAR WARS birthday bash, time to break out the animal costumes and tribal paint for WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE.

Costumes are optional, but he or she who sports the best costume will win $100.  Don’t plan on wearing a costume face/body painting will be happening on site as well. 

The DJ line up includes, Braden Early, Naasko and Joel West. Visuals by Pirate Utopia (known to us all as Craig Mullin). So get your tickets now…they are limited. 

Mike Filipowistch and Mark Crissinger

Sunday, June 26, show time 8 pm

  • Tickets $10 available at Royal Espresso

These two well traveled Canadian musicians are joining forces for a stripped down acoustic tour that will highlight both of their catalogues and showcase the tremendous musicianship they both possess.

They are Mike Filipowistch of the Burt Neilson Band and Mark Crissinger of Caution Jam, two members from two of Canada’s finest live bands. Can’t beat a duo like that.

 

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