Let’s get weird on Friday, June 13 for the seventh official Know Your Neighbour Night at Creekside Hall!
Entertainment will be provided by The Last Order, Elk Run & Riot, DJ All Nite Mike and Miss Ellen Q.
Serving up beer and wine, wicked raffle prizes and our usual Know Your Neighbour Night shenanigans.
Mountain People, Unite! Where: Creekside Hall, Canmore When: Friday, June 13, 2014, 7 p.m.
Tickets are limited, $15 Pre-sale ($20 at the Door)
Learn more about our entertainers.
Start with one thumping bass drum and a sprinkling of bass and 12 string guitar to capture the attention. Once properly warmed up, add the tin whistle, mandolin and fiddle for a dash of Celtic flare. Stir thoroughly and finally add harmony vocals and the subtle use of the harmonica to create a night of Celtic inspiration. Having played throughout NewZealand, Australia, Ireland, UK, The Channel Islands and Canada, The Last Order is the perfect recipe for dancing, and always leads to a good nights craic.
Elk Run & Riot
Elk Run & Riot is an up-and-coming folk rock four-piece that is carving their own unique style of experimental music in the Bow Valley. The foundation of songs begin with creative lyrics and catchy melodies. From there Elk Run & Riot deliver intricate harmonies, a tight progressive rhythm section and an electric mix of leads that cover multiple genres of music.
This ultra-glam, Bow Valley-based drag queen loves taking bubble baths, chewing bubblegum, polishing her shoe collection, listening to Nicki Minaj and werking it onstage with her backup dancers, the also fabulous Pumas. Miss Ellen Q commands the attention of any room she steps polka-dotted, high heeled shoe in. But don’t take our word for it, be sure to come meet this diva for yourself at her show!
DJ All Nite Mike
Mike Halprin, aka DJ allnitemike, is a full-blooded Bow Valley local, raised in Canmore back in the days of disco. His music career (specializing in house music) spans from playing three nights a week in Vancouver’s clubs, to parties, private events, and galleries for crowds from 20-1500 people all over Western Canada. He now plays every second Saturday to a packed house at Tavern 1883 in Canmore. Mike says his musical inspiration comes from “the happiness I see in the eyes and smiles of the people on the dance floor. It’s my true passion.”