Back again for another year, and this time, we’re fundraising for Camp Dragonfly, a summer camp for trans and gender-creative youth and their friends!
Join us for songs, comedy, and special guests Alexis Hillyard of YouTube’s “Stump Kitchen,” and MLA for the riding of Edmonton-Highlands-Norwood, Janis Irwin!
When? Why, Tuesday, December 10th at 7:30 pm, sir!
Where? The NEST Taphouse & Grill on the NAIT campus!
How (much)? $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors!
Tickets will be available at the door. Apocalypse Kow will see you there!
It’s only a month away from the Edmonton International Fringe Festival, so we thought it would be good to give you the details of this year’s Fringe show! We took last year off, but we’re back with a brand new show!
Apocalypse Kow: Divas (Edmonton, new work, family friendly)
What makes a diva a DIVA? Apocalypse Kow is here with the deets, and they’re ready to teach you all they know (and don’t know) about their favourite female singers through songs and visual aids! And buy an Apocalypse Kow CD while you’re there!
Friday, August 16 9:30 pm
Sunday, August 18 2:15 pm
Monday, August 19 9:15 PM
Tuesday, August 20 7:15 PM
Wednesday, August 21 9:30 PM
Friday, August 23 7:15 PM
Sunday, August 25 6:15 PM
Location: Venue 15 – The Cool Air Rentals stage at Holy Trinity Anglican Church (10037 84 Ave NW)
Tickets: $13 adults / $10 students & seniors, available online at https://www.fringetheatre.ca, through phone (780-409-1910) or at any Box Office location (Tickets available as of August 7th)
Show length: 1 hour
It’s been a while since we performed a full hour of songs and comedy, so come join us!
It’s that time of year again! How do you make the Edmonton A Cappella Festival that much bigger? Have it over two days!
This year, alongside of TWO concerts, the festival is hosting workshops all about how to improve your a cappella experience. Want to learn how to arrange songs, learn how to improve your microphone performance, how to beatbox, or do you just want to sing a medley arranged by local conductor Caleb Nelson? Sign up on the Eventbrite page for this Saturday’s sessions!
Of course, there will be concerts! On Saturday evening at Harry Ainlay High School Auditorium, the Professional show will feature High Street Sound, The Olsen Sisters and Apocalypse Kow! On Sunday afternoon, at Southgate Alliance Church, you’ll hear the ETown Vocal Music Society choirs, like ETown Augmented and ETown Minors, as well as Harry Ainlay group Tital up Vocal Jazz!
Get your tickets now! Online or at the doors!
This Christmas, we’ll give you our hearts! Just don’t do anything CRAZY with them please, we’re fragile birds!
On December 6th, 2018, we’re hosting the Apocalypse Kow Kristmas Kabaret! It’s Apocalypse Kow as you’ve probably seen them before, but this year we’ve got singer Jessica Heine and storytellers Brandon Schatz and Danica Leblanc from Variant Edition Comics & Culture!
This year, it’s a fundraising event for the Northern Alberta Renal Program at the University of Alberta Hospital. Kidney disease and treating it with dialysis is an issue that we’ve experienced within our own lives, and so we think it’s the proper time of year to make sure the Renal Program can afford some more home hemodialysis kits and more dialysis beds at the hospital.
Why don’t you join us this year? Tickets can be found on Eventbrite.