Here's a little clip of the band playing on the street during the Olypmics.
Sunday, March 28, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
On Wednesday, March 24 ten members of the band headed 50 kms out of town to play a gig
We played for Envision Financial a Fraser Valley credit union
The party theme was Mardi Gras, a costume call Carnies pull off with flair.
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Sunday, March 21, 2010
The Workless Party celebrated the first day of Spring with one of their (in)famous parties at the Japanese Hall.
The band, dressed in red and black played a stage set
After the stage set the band took the party outside
Cory with Lisa clowning above
The third annual HONK! Fest West is just around the corner
Here are a handful of photos from last year's carryings-on
Come down to Seattle to hear the Carnival Band and 23 other bands from around the U.S. play all weekend
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Saturday, March 20, 2010
As usual Luke out-dresses the entire band
Luke's amazing headdress was handmade for him by Randy McCormick
The procession, celebrating the 2010 Paralympics on the Downtown Eastside, travelled from the Evelyne Saller Centre on Alexander to the community garden in the 100 block of East Hastings.
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Friday, March 19, 2010
Monday, March 8, 2010
Jesse, James and Shannon
The Bright Light Procession followed a route through the DTES travelling about 8 blocks from point A (Dr. sun Yat Sen Garden) back to point A
Right up until the last minute the weather was very wet but the rain stopped for the most part once the procession got under way.
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Interurban Gallery, Hastings and Carrall Sts.
On Sunday, March 7 the Carnival Band joins a group of Vancouver performers in the Bright Light Procession of Performing Circles on the DTES.
A section of the newly created Carrall St. greenway
The evening procession circling several blocks in the heart of the DTES promises to be a visual treat. This project promotes local art galleries, public art and artists based in the community.
The procession sets off from Pender and Carrall Sts at 7:00 p.m.
Band members can check sausage for call time, location and costume call particulars