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Owl hops this week with a heap of live entertainment

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A fantastic week of live entertainment starts now with a lot really big shows happening this week.

Modern country fans won’t want two miss  Dallas Smith’s “Some things Never Change tour stop at the Enmax Centre tonight, Monday, June 6.


B.A. Johnston returns to Lethbridge this week. Photo by Richard Amery

Dallas Smith will be performing his many hits. And he will be joined by an all star line up of the James Barker Band, Meghan Patrick plus Kelly Prescott, JoJo Mason,Shawn Austin and Manny Blu.. Tickets are $102, $97, $79 and $59. The show begins at 7:30 p.m.


The Owl Acoustic Lounge has a busy week beginning Tuesday, June 7 on the patio at 7 p.m.  with Tyler Allen and  Elliott C Way. B.A. Johnston returns to the Owl stage in the  evening with Peace for Bombs and Foster Dollis. Admission is by donation.


The next afternoon , Wednesday, June 8, the Owl Acoustic lounge hosts Chinook High School rocks at 5 p.m. But that’s not all. Chinook High school’s jazz musicians play the Owl stage for a jazz jam beginning at 6 p.m., Thursday, June 9.


The Owl Acoustic lounge turns things up a notch on Friday, June 10 with Biloxi parish, Starpainter and Calgary rock band Ten Minute Detour at 9 p.m


 The Owl gets their groove on, on Saturday with R and B band the New Testaments plus Max Hopkins.

 They wind up a busy week  with a sold out Elliott Brood show on Sunday, June 12.


 Monday far from a  “drag” at the Owl, with Wigs Monday Night Drag happening to kick off the next week.


 But that’s far from all that’s going on in Lethbridge this week.

Thing start cooking at the Slice on Wednesday as Makiisma hosts their weekly open mic, June 8.

She will also be joining Manitoba country  and roots musician Kevin Peters’ returns to the Slice stage, Thursday, June 9.

The Slice rocks for a good reason, Friday June 10—  Chief Mountain’s tribute to their frontman Will Singer Kokomo Kisomm, who passed away Nov. 11.


 Chief Mountain, Joshua Beebe and the Decadent Phase will be performing. The show begins at 9 p.,n. Sharp. There will be a silent auction, door prizes, merchandise tables a, a projector show,  and more. There is a $10 cover for the show.


The Slice continues to rock on Saturday, June 11 with Pomeranian Fight Club and 21st Avenue. There is a $10 cover for that show as well.

Theoretically Brewing is opening their patio up to music. Danica Sommer and Corduroy Brown will be performing begins ing at 7 .p.m.. Admission is pay what you can.

Makiisma is playing the Slice twice this week. Photo by Richard Amery

Cal Toth and Anna McBryan’s Duelling pianos return to Honker’s Pub, Friday, June 10 at 7 p.m. Admission is $10.


 Saints and Sinners host Honkers Pub’s open mic on Saturday at 5 p.m


 The Southern Alberta Ethnic Association is  starting to hold bigger events.

 This week, Afro Culture Night, is Friday night, June 10 at 6 p.m. There will be drumming,  DJS, food snd dance. Tickets Re $30.

Driven rocks Casino Lethbridge country style this weekend at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

 And if you love KISS, don’t miss IKONS Kiss Tribute at the Place, Saturday, June 11. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door.


For comedy comedy night is at Canadian Brewhouse Thursday.

The Comedy Broke Woke show featuring Faris Hytiaa and Connor Christmas is at Good Times, Friday, June 10 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $16.67 through Showpass.,  B.C. based “ happiness cheerleader” Alex McKenzie brings the ha ha to Good Times, Saturday. Tickets are $16.67 through SHowpass.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Monday, 06 June 2022 12:24 )  
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