Get ready to experience an electrifying night of music as Kasador, joined by Pound Salt and Julia Finnegan, takes the stage at The Broom Factory in Kingston, ON, on Friday, December 1, 2023. Doors open at 7:00 PM EST, with the show starting at 7:30 PM EST, promising an evening filled with dynamic performances and unforgettable energy. Kasador, known for their vibrant blend of indie rock and pop, has a reputation for live shows that are both intensely energetic and intimately connective.
The evening promises to be more than just a book launch; it’s a celebration of the life and times of Lou Hooper, an icon in the world of jazz. Attendees will have the privilege of engaging in a captivating conversation with the co-editors and distinguished panelists: Karen Dubinsky (Global Development Studies – History), Kristin Moriah (English), and Daniel McNeil (Queen’s National Scholar Chair in Black Studies – History), along with members of Hooper’s family. This dialogue is set to spark thought-provoking insights into Hooper’s music, his experiences, and the broader context of race and music in the twentieth century.
Feed the Joy Cooking Class with Seniors Kingston event, scheduled for Wednesday, December 13th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Hosted at the Seniors Association Kingston Region at 56 Francis Street, this unique event invites Kingston residents of all ages to join a free cooking class, led by the experienced and beloved local senior, Helga Bellmore. This initiative by Metro and the Seniors Association Kingston Region is not just about cooking; it’s an opportunity to bridge generational gaps and foster community connections through the universal language of food.
“The Bach Connection,” featuring the extraordinary talents of jazz pianist Matt Herskowitz, under the baton of conductor Evan Mitchell. This concert offers a fascinating exploration of Johann Sebastian Bach’s timeless compositions, highlighting the elements of surprise, innovation, and improvisation that define his work.
fans of the legendary Eagles are in for a treat as the acclaimed tribute band Hotel California takes the stage, offering an immersive journey through the iconic music that defined a generation. Since their formation in 1986, Hotel California has set the gold standard in tribute performances, thrilling audiences worldwide with their exceptional musicality and unwavering dedication to authentically recreating the Eagles’ sound. Having sold over 100 million records and garnered six Grammys, the Eagles’ legacy is in capable hands with Hotel California.
The festive season in Kingston is set to be illuminated with the soul-stirring melodies and heartwarming tales of ‘A Lunch At Allen’s Christmas,’ scheduled for a live performance on December 19th. This enchanting seasonal journey is not just a concert; it’s a tapestry of stories, humor, and a spectacular array of songs that range from the traditional like “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” to the thought-provoking “Sober Up For Christmas” by Marc Jordan
Hosted at 610 Montreal Street, the heart of the Kingston Native Centre and Language Nest (KNCLN), this unique fair promises a delightful blend of cultural artistry and holiday cheer. The event shines a spotlight on local Indigenous artists, showcasing their exquisite craftsmanship and offering a rare opportunity to purchase authentic, handmade gifts that beautifully intertwine traditional techniques with modern flair. From intricate beadwork to stunning pottery, the fair is an ode to the rich cultural tapestry of the Indigenous community, inviting everyone to partake in a celebration that honors both heritage and the joy of the season.
he city of Kingston is gearing up for an unforgettable night of country music as the Hunter Brothers bring their highly anticipated “Burning Down The Barn Tour 2023” to the Kingston Grand Theatre. Known for their exhilarating live performances, the Hunter Brothers promise an evening filled with their signature harmonies and a collection of upbeat hits that are sure to get the audience on their feet.
This holiday season, the Museum of Health Care is decking the halls with boughs of holly and much more! The museum elves have been working tirelessly all year and are thrilled to invite families to a day filled with yuletide cheer, creative crafts, and engaging activities that celebrate the season. Mark your calendars for December … Read more