Women & NB Women's Day Show
Mar
10
5:00 PM17:00

Women & NB Women's Day Show

This International Working Women's Day, we are gathering to show our love for all working class women on earth, to celebrate women and women's work, & to share art, stories, and power. ♥

5-9 pm on March 8th, music starts @ 6.

~live sets, poems, voices, visual artists, jewellery, embroidery, & more~

~~All featured artists are local women & non-binary folx~~

Bree Arbor
Gwen Bailey
Mirella Ntahonsigaye
Keats Conlon
Em Dobson
Elle
Joan Alice Gabriel
Jessie Atherton
Alice & Betty Designs
Katie Schram
Tajana Ristic
Salem's Vintage
& More

~PWYC with suggested donation $10~
All donations go directly to the featured artists so show ur love ♥

Bring ur kid or ur mom this is an all ages, safer spaces event in an alc-free venue.

Event Volunteers from Rose City Thorn Collective will be present to assist with safety and accessibility.
Please review this document regarding safety and accessibility info and reach out to RCTC with any safety and accessibility concerns:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nT4L61vh1Zg8OvgZ9zoR01jShdrUFCzHP1dQVs4dQWk/edit?usp=sharing

Brought to you by folx @Windsor's GDC (General Defense Committee), IWW Branch, Rose City Thorn Collective, and Green Bean Café

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Andrew Johnston and Keats Conlon @ Gus' Pub Dec. 9th
Dec
9
to Dec 10

Andrew Johnston and Keats Conlon @ Gus' Pub Dec. 9th

Andrew Johnston:

Andrew has been releasing albums both under his ‘real’ name and his moniker, Andrew Vs. The Enabler, since 2006. He is an Ottawa native who lives in Montreal and has been forming a solid foundation for himself in the Montreal music scene for years. His music resembles that of Tom Petty and Ryan Adams – an uplifting folk rock sound surely to impress audiences.

Andrew’s passion and level of songwriting can only be achieved by someone who has put in the long and hard work. The perseverance has paid off and you can clearly hear it on his latest single. Andrew Johnston has definitely carved a name for himself in the Canadian music landscape.

http://therevue.ca/2015/11/17/andrew-johnston-take-the-highway-premiere/

Keats Conlon:

An upcoming singer/songwriter who takes after her poet namesake, Keats Conlon paints pictures in thin air and spills her heart to any audience she encounters.

http://keatsconlon.com/
 

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Keats Conlon, Chris Godfrey, and The Lifers @ The Cloak and Dagger
Jan
19
to Jan 20

Keats Conlon, Chris Godfrey, and The Lifers @ The Cloak and Dagger

Did you guys know that my last show in Toronto (at least while I’m still a TO resident) is coming up this Monday at The Cloak and Dagger!? Come chill with me, The Lifers, and Chris Godfrey for some cold brews and sweet tunes :)

https://www.facebook.com/events/823277864382422/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

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Keats Conlon @ Withrow Market
Sep
27
9:30 AM09:30

Keats Conlon @ Withrow Market

Come on out September 27th to Withrow Market where I will be performing from 9:30am-12:30pm, the market is open 9am-1pm. Join me on what I'm sure will be a beautiful morning to enjoy some sweet tunes and cool vendors. Closest subway stops are Chester and Pape. From Chester station: walk east to Logan, turn south on Logan to McConnell, then turn east past the tennis courts and look for the white market tents. From Pape: walk west to Carlaw & turn south to McConnell. You'll see the market place from there.Withrow Market is located in Withrow Park along Logan Street. Hope to see you there :)

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