Arts Roundup

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Fawnda Mithrush

Fawnda Mithrush

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Thursday, July 22, 2021

The latest on local arts from Taproot Edmonton. As in-person events return to myriad outdoor settings, the summer staple of the moment may be the trusty lawn chair. Outdoor music series are cropping up on every corner, with many of them encouraging patrons to bring along their own seating.

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Thursday, July 22, 2021

The latest on local arts from Taproot Edmonton. Music is in the air, pretty much everywhere. Looking past a seasonal boom for the griddle-rental industry, as in-person events return to myriad outdoor settings the summer staple of the moment seems to be none other than the trusty lawn chair. Outdoor music series are cropping up on every corner, with many of them encouraging patrons to bring along their own seating. Among some of the cozier settings are Alberta Avenue's Front Porch Series, Christ Church's Garden Concerts, and Opera Nuova's Tailgate Cabaret Series.

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Thursday, July 15, 2021

The latest on local arts from Taproot Edmonton.The familiar Roxy sign — or a shiny new version of it — was installed on July 12 atop its iconic haunt at the corner of 107 Avenue and 124 Street. 

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A collection of Brasstactics band members holding instruments
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Music is in the air, pretty much everywhere

Outdoor music series are cropping up on every corner, some at cozy neighbourhood venues, others at bigger downtown spaces such as Churchill Square or the Downtown Farmers Market.

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The Roxy sign rises again
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The Roxy sign rises again

The familiar Roxy sign — or a shiny new version of it — was installed on July 12 atop its iconic haunt at the corner of 107 Avenue and 124 Street.

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Exhibits and openings abound in Edmonton
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Exhibits and openings abound in Edmonton

While many groups and performers have been taking bookings for outdoor concerts and plays — appearing everywhere from rooftops to backyards to public band shells — the latest lifting of restrictions means that indoor events are now possible too.

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