Wednesday, September 29, 2010

!! Come One, Come all !!


'The Greatest Little Show On Earth'



East Vancouver's famous Carnival Band puts on a self-produced club gig. 

Your chance to dance to the trademark full tilt boogie sound of The Carnival Band.

This Saturday, October 2.

Pat's Pub

403 E. Hastings St. at Dunlevy St. (The Patricia Hotel)

9:00 p.m. to late

$8.00 at the door

Sunday, September 26, 2010

The Word On The Street

The Carnival Band played The Word On The Street today.

Steph and Deb create havoc on the transit system

Part 1 was a choreographed procession/flashmob along Robson St. to the VPL. 

Two 'bones, John Cl. and Alexis D. with Mr. Sweet in the middle

Part 2 was a stage set on the main stage

Fred, Nathan (and Steph)

Fred, D, aka 'the webmonkey', John W, and Fearless Leader




Visit The Carnival Band's flickr pool for more images 
(a technical glitch at Blogger won't allow me to create links)

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

10/10/10 Dig In For Climate Justice

The Carnival Band has been hired to support the local 10/10/10 work party initiative.

The video explains why this worldwide protest is important.




Band members will find time and place info on 'wurst'

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Mark October 2 On Your Calendars

The Open Air Orchestra Society
presents

The Carnival Band At Pat's Pub

'The Greatest Little Show On Earth'

Saturday, October 2, 9:00 p.m.

Pat's Pub 403 E. Hastings St. at Dunlevy St.

Tickets: $8.00 at the door

Sunday, September 19, 2010

None Of Us Are DJs / Strathcona Harvest Festival


The forecast was fairly bleak and the sky was ominous at times but no one got wet.

The economy-sized version of The Carnival Band strolled the grounds to help brighten a grey afternoon.


Kudos to The Carnival Band Dancers, Debbie, Steph and Alexis for doing such a great job of entertaining the kids.


Eddie, Cory & Roisin


Steph & Lexi


Tara, James and Ross


Sunday, September 12, 2010

4th Annual Oakridge Block Party

The 4th Annual Oakridge Block Party, Sept. 12, was dampish this year.
Nevertheless the band played on and left well fed after the gig.


Debbie and what must be the White Spot Rooster.
A White Spot chicken would have nothing to smile about.


Tara, Brian J, Nathan and Ross


Debbie and a cheerful volunteer


Thursday, September 2, 2010

Frog Hollow Festival

On Thursday, Sept. 2 we had a ball and ate well at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House's healthy living festival in Clinton Park, Slocan and Grant Sts.


Ross pulled a few strings and had the air force do a fly-past at no extra charge.
According to him he also arranged for the moon to be out but I'm not sure he's 'that' well connected.


Brian Jones could not have chosen a better event for his first gig.


Ross explains the subtle differences between a soprano sax and a zucchini to a rapt audience.

Rehearsal On The Seawall

LABOUR DAY HOLIDAY

Britannia C.C. is closed on stat holidays. This Monday, Sept. 6, the band will rehearse on the False Creek seawall, south side. Head on down to where all the city-owned, slightly used, unsold condos are.

Facing Science World head around the seawall to the left until you reach the fancy footbridge or bump into the band.

The plan is to go to the Cambie Pub after rehearsal.

Rehearsal starts at 7:00 pm (give or take)