Jul 11, 2017 - Aug 19, 2017 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Kitsilano Show Boat Schedule 2017 – AUGUST

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Add to Calendar 11-07-2017 19:00 19-08-2017 22:00 America/Toronto Kitsilano Show Boat Schedule 2017 – AUGUST

Show your support for the local arts at the 82nd anniversary of the Kitsilano Showboat! With shows weekly throughout the summer and great seating for the Celebration of Light it’s a great end to a perfect night at Kits Beach! Full details 

Kitsilano Show Boat - 2300 Cornwall Ave, , Vancouver, BC DD/MM/YYYY aJpZteKcUzmrvhxzDmrM23513
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CKNW is proud to support the Kitsilano Show Boat. Here is a list of the events happening in this month!

Kitsilano Showboat Program Schedule - August
All Programs Start at 7:00

Monday, August 7 Sillken
Michele Schmidt and Ken Cade have been a favourite duo in Vancouver for many years. Michele writes reflective lyrical ballads which may keep you thinking for minutes or days - her writing transcends time. She has a unique vocal styling that provides a strong clean delivery for her tunes. Sillken play original and cover tunes projecting an ethereal sound with blended vocals, electric violin, sound effects and electric classical guitar.

Paul Snider
Paul Snider is a Vancouver-based singer/songwriter/actor. Paul performs his original music live with vocals and piano, along with a backing track he composed, arranged and recorded. He is the creator and composer for his musical project The Music of Junk, an orchestra of singers and musicians performing on instruments built from junk and recycled materials. As an actor Paul has appeared in over 40 films and commercials and has won several awards across North America for films he has written, directed, produced and starred in.

 

Wednesday, August 9 Halau Kia’I O Ka Hula The Guardian of the Hula / Josie de Baat 
Josie de Baat’s Polynesian Dancers is a Burnaby based Hula Dance studio. They are a true delight to watch as they explore their way through generations of Hawaiian Dance. This high energy and colorful group is celebrating their 39th anniversary at The Surrey Art Centre and will donate all net proceeds to the Vancouver Children’s Hospital and Union Gospel for Christmas.

Friday August 11 EastSide Hips ProductionSummer Oasis,

Eastside Hips return this year with a dance line-up to charm you with a captivating journey of dance to the Middle East.   The show includes group pieces, duets, solos and collaborative pieces featuring all of the dancers. You will see traditional belly dance and folkloric styles, as well as fusion and modern pieces.
Spirit of the South Seas - Hula Halau Na Keiki ‘O Ohana Lokahi. Hula Halau Na Keiki O ‘Ohana Lokahi is a name which celebrates family of which they invite you to be part of. Their journey through Polynesia, is both gentle & fiery, ancient & modern, romantic & naughty, while promoting openness and cultural awareness for all people.  They continue to excite and inspire others in the community, in hospitals and seniors’ homes with their dedication and volunteerism.

Saturday  August 12   North Shore Light Opera Society
The North Shore Light Opera Society (NoSLOS) is British Columbia's oldest continuously producing, amateur musical theatre group. Their  70th consecutive annual production, Strauss' Die Fledermaus held at Presentation House Theatre was produced  this May. Over the years they have performed a great variety of light opera, including European operettas (ex.  Merry Widow, Die Fledermaus, Gypsy Baron), Gilbert and Sullivan (ex. Mikado, H.M.S. Pinafore, Pirates of Penzance) and Broadway shows (ex. Brigadoon, Anything Goes, Show Boat). NoSLOS performers are passionate with many going on to become professionals.  Onight they will be performing selections from the world of light opera.

 

Monday August 14 South Van Big Band
The South Van Big Band is a 17-piece jazz orchestra based in Metro Vancouver, performing music composed or arranged for modern big band jazz. The band’s repertoire covers music from great jazz artists such as Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie and Pat Metheny, but also takes on big band jazz transformations of popular music from the Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Santana and Steely Dan. With a broad spectrum of musical taste ranging across blues, latin, jazz, funk, swing, bebop and contemporary styles, the band grooves hard to deliver an eclectic set of music through the dynamic power of a modern big band.
Special Prize Draws All This Week

Wednesday August 16 Stone Poets
Stone Poets emerge with a blend of contemporary folk. Marc Gladstone, Scott Jackson and Cherelle Jardine. Collectively they are Stone Poets…    These candlelight minstrels are perfect for an evening of wine and reflection. Just as at home, in large theatre settings or private house concerts; Stone Poets entertain with their stories, while their music brings both tears and smiles, sweet sadness and hope. Stone Poets have been described as “contemporary folk” … folk perhaps, because of the instrumentation: keyboard, two acoustic guitars and rich, harmony laden vocals… contemporary because the subject matter in their songs ventures into topics other than traditional folk lyrics.

Voice of an Angel
Alice  is a trained classical singer (soprano), specializes in Broadway Musical Theatre. Her music includes Carmen, Tosca, Le Boheme, Phantom of the Opera, Cats, West Side Story, Sound of Music, Music Man and Merry Widow. She sings in French, German, Latin, Italian, English, Mandarin, and Cantonese. Alice has won numerous competitions, performed for charities, on Cruise Ships and at the River Rock Casino. You will most definitely enjoy a great night of opera in one of the world’s most relaxing settings.

Friday August 18 The Burnaby International Folk Dancers
Fun, Fitness, and Friendship are shared by the Burnaby International Folk Dancers.  Since 1979 the group has been learning, teaching, and performing ethnic dances from many of the world’s cultures for enthusiastic audiences and experienced dancers.  A variety of colourful authentic costumes enhances their presentation.

Minami
Minami’s comes to us from Japan in her second appearance at Showboat.  Accompanied on her guitar she sings a range of contemporary  and modern music and will be performing two special songs called  “From the land of the Maple Leaf” and “Welcome/Bienvenue” for Canada’s 150 year anniversary.

Lava & Electro Belley 
Electro-Belly, Lava’s latest Fusion Bellydance group, performs a fusion of Stylings, which is rooted in Bellydance movement with hints of Hip Hop, Indian Fusion, Tribal Bellydance, Egyptian Cabaret, Contemporary and Vaudevillian styles. Lava creates a mixtape of dance with hits and beats, metal thingies and spacey sounds that will take you on a rockin’ Inner Space Voyage on the Dance Floor, in a mix of electronic sounds (old and new) with some of Lava’s own hot tracks, included!
Thursday  - Sunday  August 18 – 20  KitsFest sports and healthy living community festival.

Saturday August 19 Our final performances for the 2017 season
The Ear Buds
The Ear Buds is an acoustic string band that plays original tunes, country, bluegrass, folk, blues and alternate music.  They are accomplished musicians on acoustic mandolin, fiddle, guitar, dobro, banjo and harmonica along with versatile vocals.

 Very Special Prize Draws Tonight

August 19th's show brings the 2017 season to an end. The Kitsilano Show Boat would like to thank their volunteers, performers and audience members for their continued support of the Kitsilano Showboat and making it a success for 82 consecutive years.
Barry Leinbach
President Kitsilano Showboat Society Showboat Producer

You can check out the Showboat's whole schedule here!