July 17 2017
This Week In Gastown
Written by Gastown Admin
HIGHLAND PARK DISTILLERY SUPPER EVENT
@The Irish Heather
Tuesday 18th July
The supper is a relaxed, casual event, that allows you to learn about the product without feeling that you are in a classroom. Here’s how it works…
Start with a Highland Park based cocktail at a reception in the Shebeen, before being escorted to our 50 Ft communal table. Once at the table, you will receive a flight of 4 x .5 ounce expressions of Highland Park along with a brief but entertaining description of each.Next comes a main course for supper, followed by dessert.All the while, you’ll have plenty of time to chat to your neighbour, chat with the representative, order a beer, etc
Priced to fill the table at $55 inc tax and service – an unmissable experience at a knockdown price!
I GET TO LEGACY PROJECT Pop Up Shop
Thursday July 20th
14 Water Street
You’re invited to join Nicole Bridger on Thursday July 20th for her first summer pop-up shop featuring the I GET TO LEGACY PROJECT selling beautiful necklaces and accessories hand crafted by seniors and veterans at The Whole Way House in Vancouver’s DTES.
The pop- up shop will include collaborations with the Outlaw Leather Co. and Mint & Birch.
Snacks and drinks will be served.
Please RSVP by responding to email@example.com with your name.
@The Portside Pub
Wednesday July 19
Live Acts and Jack Daniel’s Presents:
with Matt St John, Danny Spurs,
Abraham and Angel Edwards.
Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM
Tickets: $10.00 in Advance/$12.00 at the door.
Catch A Vibe: Loose Leaf Sessions
Thursday July 20
Alexander Gastown and KIDS present: Catch A Vibe with Loose Leaf Sessions
Also featuring performances by:
Music provided by DJ Maiyah; Hosted by KIDS
Friction & The Roots Drivers
@Guilt & Co
Friday July 21
Doors 8pm/Show 10pm
Friction is known for his unique, irresistible mix of Reggae with African and Caribbean vibes.
Friction’s live shows are described as unforgettable, beatifical experiences. Together with his band The Roots Drivers, Friction takes the crowd from the Caribbean to Africa, with strong Reggae music and irresistible African rhythms, all mixed up fluently into a great blend, finishing it with a guaranteed climax; a big party together with the crowd.
Any Given Sunday – featuring Laura Crema
@TUC Craft Kitchen
Sunday July 23
The breakthrough success of Norah Jones and Diana Krall continues to spawn photogenic female vocalists and the best of them can usually be spotted by the company they keep. Standout instrumentalists like trumpeter Brad Turner or drummer Matt Wilson can help push a singer into a category apart. Vancouver’s Laura Crema has an ageless quality to her dry
dark voice-as if it’s an instrument that has never been tuned to rock or contemporary pop.