Each of the OnStage session host locations has something unique to offer artists and audiences. Need to know where to go? We’ve got the address, directions, and a little bit more.
Sunday, March 12, 2017
The Needle Vinyl Tavern - 10524 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, AB
Simply, The Needle is an urban multi-genre music venue with a great restaurant and bar. If you take a look around this one of a kind space you will find that there is nothing really “simple” about it. For instance, the building was built in 1912 and it was the home of the CKUA radio station for 56-years before they moved into their current location in the historic Alberta Hotel building.
Address: 10524 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, AB T5J 1Z7
Phone: (780) 756-9045
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Festival Hall - 1215 10 Ave SE, Calgary, AB
Festival Hall is an intimate performance and event space in historic Inglewood. The Hall is also the new home of the Calgary Folk Music Festival office.
Patrons enter Festival Hall through the welcoming Gray’s Lobby and art greeting by an art installation of original woodcuts carved by Lisa Brawn and inspired by the nearby Inglewood Bird Sanctuary. Also gracing the lobby is our Drink Rail, elegantly inscribed with the names of our donors and supporters, and the Big Rock Emerson Bar. The main performance hall has been treated by professional acousticians, and it looks and sounds immaculate. Our theatre lighting beams down from French’s Catwalk, which includes adaptable light and multimedia fixtures that can accomodate a wide range of needs. The backstage area also leads downstairs into the Muruve Green Room, which can accomodate hair, makeup, and costume changes, as well as all manner of pre-show banter.
Address: 1215 10 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0W6
Phone: (403) 233-0904
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Grande Prairie Live Theatre - 10130 98 Avenue, Grande Prairie, AB
Grande Prairie Live Theatre is one of Canada’s largest non-profit community theatre companies. Producing seven shows a season and a wealth of special events, concerts, and film programming, GPLT productions delight, thrill, and challenge over 10,000 people per year. GPLT relies heavily on its nearly 300 volunteers to produce community theatre of the highest quality.
GPLT operates in the heart of Downtown Grande Prairie. Our beautiful 165-seat venue is available for special event rentals and community space.
With over 53 years of experience producing local and visiting entertainment, Grande Prairie Live Theatre is always looking to grow our audience, volunteer-base, talent pool, and participation in Grande Prairie arts.
Saturday, April 8, 2017
Venue location and information for OnStage – Medicine Hat will be announced soon.