Kid Koala to spin type with his turntable
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KID Koala will not only bring turntables and records with him to his Winnipeg gig but his new graphic novel Space Cadet.
The Montreal turntablist (aka Eric San) and artist recently finished Space Cadet and will show it off at the West End Cultural Centre on April 21. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday for $22 at Ticketmaster, the WECC, Music Trader and the Folk Festival Music Store.
Local hip-hop group Magnum K.I. will open.
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Kansas City rapper TECH N9NE is coming to Canuck the industry.
The Canuck the Industry Tour will stop at the Pyramid Cabaret on May 16 prior to the release of TECH N9NE’s forthcoming album, All 6’s and 7’s. Tickets go on sale Friday for $24 at Ticketmaster.
Krizz Kaliko and the Scale Breakers are also on the bill.
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The Winnipeg Folk Festival isn’t waiting for July to bring the music to town.
The Folk Fest added three more shows to its spring concert series with folkie Old Man Luedecke and country group the Ladies of the Canyon playing the Park Theatre on May 3 (tickets $20); indie-rock band Timber Timbre at the Park on May 26 (tickets $17); and Texas singer-songwriter Hayes Carll at the West End Cultural Centre on May 29 (tickets $19.50).
All tickets go on sale Saturday at Ticketmaster and the Folk Festival Music Store.
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