WHEN: August 18th
Concert: 8:00 pm
WHERE: Notional Space,
1523 E. Pender St., Vancouver
TICKETS: Door Donation $10
*PLEASE NOTE: Due to limited space, RSVP's must be received in advance.
Email RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will receive a confirmation.
Slam poetry meets folk music and LGBTQ-themed tunes in professional
queer-musical-activist Kate Reid. Based in Toronto, Ontario, Kate
holds a Master of Arts from The University of British Columbia's
Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice. She is
a guitar-playing, harmonica-slinging singer-songwriter, and bona-fide
storyteller with rapid-fire delivery. Her lyrics are honest and
poignant: sometimes hard-hitting, sometimes hilarious, always insightful.
Her songs brim with socio-political and personal commentary: Kate's
passion is music with a message.
Kate Reid is one of the best songwriters I've heard in
years. I'd put her on a stage any time, any where." - Gary
Cristall, Artistic Director for the Vancouver Folk Festival, 1978-1994
For more info on this versatile performer, be sure to check out
her website at www.katereid.net
Sounds & Furies is looking for people, 18 and over, who are interested
in volunteering at concerts or other events. We need people who
are punctual, dependable and can work under time limitations. Some
of the experience and skills sought are:
-- organizing skills
-- physically able to set up chairs and tables (at some concert
-- adept at handling and counting money
-- adept at selling products - CD's, drinks, etc.
-- friendly and good with a wide range of people
-- able to take and give direction/instruction
-- work well on a team
If any of this appeals to you, please click
Please include the following in your email:
What skills/experience you have to offer:
Why you'd like to volunteer with Sounds & Furies