July 04, 2014

Swing Dance Social

  • Place : St. John's
  • Time : 21:00
  • Details :

    Swing Social on July 4, at The Republic (upstairs) on Duckworth Street at 9 p.m. Hosted by Lindy Hop on the Rock. A fun night of swing dancing, starting with a lesson. Beginners are welcome, no partner required. Only $7 cover, lesson included.


The Beaches Arts and Heritage Centre classical concert

  • Place : The Beaches Arts and Heritage Centre
  • Time : 20:00
  • Details :

    The Beaches Arts and Heritage Centre classical concert on July 4 at 8 p.m. A truly special concert event featuring nationally celebrated singers and musicians. This evening will include well-known (and loved) classical melodies, both vocally and instrumentally, and contemporary works. Join Shelly Neville, Calvin Powell, Heather Kao, Theo Webber and Brian Way, along with special guest Alanna Fraize and Jim Tranquilla. Admission: $27. To purchase tickets call 677-2360. Visit us at www.beachesheritagecentre.ca

Free Lunchtime Jazz & Blues at Harbourside Park

  • Place : Harbourside Park, Water Street (East)
  • Time : 12:30
  • Details : Sound Symposium, The City of St. John’s, and the Folk Arts Society present a Music at Harbourside Lunchtime Concert, featuring Big Space, and Stompbox NL! Big Space is an experimental jazz-rock trio featuring Grant King (guitar), Ashley Chalmers (drums), and Ian Murphy (bass). The band performs original music that blends a range of styles and textures, with a heavy focus on live improvisation. Stompbox NL are an up and coming blues band from St. John’s. Members Joseph Coffin (guitar & vocals), Nick Earle (guitar & dobro) Jacob Cherwick (drums & vocals), and Nick Bendzsa (bass) make up one of the best sounding young local bands you’ll find, and they’re also one of the best dressed! The Music at Harbourside Lunchtime Concert Series takes place every Friday in July and August, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., in Harbourside Park on Water Street in downtown St. John’s. These free concerts provide residents and visitors with a unique opportunity to hear local musicians against the backdrop of our historic harbour, its famous Narrows and the Southside Hills.