As most people know, Henotic is closing its doors, but it’s going out with a bang this weekend with the 3rd leg of the Wyrd Alberta traveling tour, Mammoth Cave Fest! Over 30 bands playing on all levels of the old fire hall!
So just because Henotic is closing shop, that doesn’t mean that live music in Lethbridge is dead. That’s why I am giving away 2 tickets ($30 value) to my faithful readers! You have up to 3 chances to win, and it’s easy!
- “Like” Lethbian Love on Facebook and post about the best band you’ve ever seen play in Lethbridge.
- Follow me on Twitter and tweet this: “I entered to win 2 free tickets for Mammoth Cave Fest from @lethbianlove! So can you: http://digg.com/u1Uz4N”
- Comment on this post and tell us your best memory/thing you liked about Henotic.
You can enter in one or all 3 ways!
UPDATE: Thanks to all who entered, the winner has been notified!
Despite his looks, Leeroy Stagger is a popular Canadian musician and also my friend. He has a new album out, Everything is Real, and will be putting on a show at The Slice this Saturday! He’ll be joined by Lethbridge favorites The Perpetrators and Kevin Kane.
I took 90 seconds to interview Leeroy, in case you’ve not familiar with him or his work.
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DJ Booda has graciously offered up 2 free tickets to tomorrow night’s Swollen Members concert, featuring special guests Kuruption Camp & Absent Minds. With only one entry so far, your chances of winning are very likely!
Tickets are going at $30/door a pop, so this is an awesome deal! The show starts tomorrow night, 10PM @ The Blarney Stone.
Lethbridge, show your love and enter to win!
James Nishima, known to many as DJ Booda, is a Lethbridge DJ and promotor. He’s the man behind bringing some of the biggest hip hop acts to Lethbridge in the last couple of years, namely Method Man & Redman, Kardinal Offishal and Maestro Fresh Wes, amongst others. He also hosts “Droppin Science,” a weekly radio show on CKXU from 7:30-9PM.
Continue reading ‘Booda brings hip hop nirvana to L.A.’
Not many people know this, since it’s something I hold close to my heart. There once was a time when I was an up-and-coming star in the figure skating world. 5 years ago, during a fateful seniors’ competition, I was attempting a big-toe reverse salchow when the tip of my skate broke off and cut me on my knee. It was the injury that ruined my career.
…I’ll never pick up a pair of ice skates again.
Actually, I’m the least athletic person I know. It’s just that I have some tickets for the U of L Pronghorns hockey teams to get rid of, so I am calling upon my faithful readers! First person to comment gets them. A maximum cash value of 700¢!