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Jam It On The 1 Celebrates 10th Anniversary on UMFM
on September 30,2011 by michael
Jam It On The 1 is ten years old! Jam It on the 1 has been bringing fast paced punk rock music to UMFM listeners for 10 years and it is time to celebrate.
Jam It On The 1 will host a series of two shows to commemorate this momentous event on October 5 and October 12, 2011 at its regularly scheduled time (Wednesday nights from 9:00 to 10:00 PM CST). For the first 10-Year Anniversary show on October 5, long time show host Paul will highlight and play the most frequently aired Winnipeg, Canadian and International songs in Jam It On The 1 history.
The second of the two 10-Year Anniversary shows on October 12 will bring all current and former hosts of the show together to remember good times we had on and off the air and to play some songs that represent our time on the show. Current and past hosts include Paul, DJ Jeff, DJ Yipp, DJ Mike, DJ Scott and DJ Robbie. Make sure to tune in to UMFM October 5 and October 12, 2011 at 9:00 PM CST to relive the past and get excited about the future of Jam It On The 1.
ArtsVote Winnipeg Provincial Forum - Wednesday September 21, 2011
on September 19,2011 by jared
The ArtsVote Winnipeg Provincial Election Forum on Arts and Culture will be held on Wednesday September 21, from noon until 1:30 PM, at the Winnipeg Art Gallery's Muriel Richardson Auditorium (300 Memorial Boulevard).
This forum will be moderated by David Angus, President & CEO of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce.
Confirmed participants include:
Information on other representatives from the four main provincial parties that will be partcipating will be updated shortly.
This event is free and all are welcome. We sincerely hope that everyone will be able to attend this very important forum, however, if you can't please tune in to one of the following broadcasts on UMFM to hear audio from the event, or download it in it's entirity here.
ArtsVote Winnipeg is a non-partisan coalition established to create awareness about the importance and impact of the arts in Winnipeg and Manitoba. We join with our colleagues across the country in promoting bold, visionary cultural policies and greater public investment in the arts as essential to fulfilling Canada’s potential as a creative, prosperous country. ArtsVote Winnipeg does not endorse any political party or candidate.
The Winnipeg iF... Improv Festival is back!
on September 17,2011 by jared
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Harvest Moon Festival Celebrates 10 Years!
on September 1,2011 by jared
It’s hard to believe but the Harvest Moon Festival is turning 10 this year! Surrounded by the beauty of the Pembina Valley, this unique three-day festival is a celebration of the harvest season, local food production, the area’s rich cultural heritage, and the bond between rural and urban folks. The town of Clearwater will once again host the 10th perennial festival September 16 - 18, 2011.
This year there are some really fantastic acts to see, some of which including:
Education and information has always played a significant role in the event; Festival goers can attend informative and hands-on workshops, which are free with admission. New this year is Harvest Moon TV – a day long workshop that teaches participants about the basics of video production and then has them jointly document the day’s activities and memorable moments – all to be compiled into a mini-film shown on the main stage Saturday night. Other workshops include building your own rocket stove, forest gardening, the lost art of lactic acid fermentation, crazy instruments, vermiculture, farm tours, a community drum circle, and more!
In addition to music and workshops, there will be a children’s area, a free-for-all jam session (bring your favourite instrument!), a fair-trade fair, a farmer’s market, and tasty locally produced food from the Tallest Poppy, Eat on Samosa, Organic Planet, and Clearwater Junction. And let’s not forget about Half Pints beer as well, eh?
Tickets are available in Winnipeg (Mondragon, Organic Planet), in Clearwater (Clearwater Country Market), and Brandon (Two Farm Kids). Weekend Passes ($55 adult/$35 youth ages 12-17). Camping ($10 adult/$5 youth). Friday only ($25 adult/$15 youth). Saturday only ($35 adult/$20 youth). Mooner Pass (1-5 people, max 2 adults): $150 (does not include camping). Kids under 12 get in free!
All proceeds help to pay for the operation of the festival and fund community-based projects. For more information please visit: www.harvestmoonfestival.ca.
Manitoba Artists Land 24 Nods For 2011 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
on August 25,2011 by jared
Manitoba artists and local productions have netted 24 nominations for the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards this year. The winners will be announced at one of two award shows in downtown Winnipeg on November 3 and 4, 2011.
Fans cast votes on the APCMA website to determine who wins in each category, but industry stakeholders were involved in the selection of nominees in the non-genre or “industry” categories during the first round of online voting this year.
Winnipeg’s Most leads the pack with six nominations, while Don Amero is close behind with four nods. Newcomer Ali Fontaine has three chances to win this year, and Winnipeg rockers Bruthers of Different Muthers landed two nominations. Twelve other Manitoba acts and one local radio program have single nominations for their work.
The Best Music Video category is stacked with Manitoba songs this year. Billy Joe Green’s Honey Girl, Don Amero’s Right Where I Wanna Be, J.C. Campbell’s The Floor, and All That I Know by Winnipeg’s Most are all in the running, making four of the five nominations from the keystone province.
Manitoba acts make up two of the five nominations in the Best Country CD, Best Duo or Group, Best Fiddle CD, Best Instrumental CD, Best Rock CD, and Single of the Year categories.
For a complete list of 2011 APCMA nominees or to register to vote, please visit www.aboriginalpeopleschoice.com.
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