Regina’s, Ava Wild, Brodie Moniker, and Bears in Hazenmore (with Windsor’s A Welcome Breeze), are making their way to Phog Lounge for back to back nights of Prairie music.
Walkerville Centre for the Creative Arts students are getting set to take on Hairspray, the popular broadway musical comedy, which will open at the end of this month, for two weekends.
It may have been a chilly Spring day outside, but the wind instruments being played on the stage Sunday afternoon were, as one audience member surmised, “nothing but hot.”
The minds of music students at Corpus Christi Middle School in Windsor were blown away by the high energy funky brass band, My Son The Hurricane’s youth workshop.
April’s picks (The Party & The Insult) for the ongoing WIFF 365 monthly showings might well be described as totally unrelated cinematically exposed urban conflict.
Last Train To Rose City, a vintage vinyl reggae, ska and soul, Ram Jam at Villains Beastro, featuring Hamilton’s DJ Boss Chops, and Chicago DJ Darren Reggae, happens on March 31, 2018.
Mattie Leon, a uniquely Canadian folk and R&B artist, is the featured performer with local musicians Leighton Bain and Sasha Jordan Appler, Friday, March 30, at Phog Lounge.
Pitbull, Blink-182, Sarah McLachlan, Reba McEntire, Russell Peters, Cole Swindell, Bryan Adams, Disturbed, Barry Manilow, and Trevor Noah, with more to be announced.
Bird enthusiasts enjoy the Windsor Symphony Orchestra Music and Migration concert in celebration of spring, migratory birds and PIBO’s research and education outreach.
For the third year in a row, several male Windsor Essex corporate and community leaders have will take on the role of runway models during the Celebrity Men Fashion Event.