The Community Events Assistant at the City of White Rock is hoping we could provide assistance with their Tour de White Rock event on Saturday, July 15th. This event will take place surrounding the White Rock Elementary School on Saturday July 15th between 2:30pm – 8pm. This event includes interactive sport activities, a kids bike race, and hours of entertainment.
They are looking for non-musical buskers to perform at our Family Fun Zone.
If you are interested in participating, please contract Kaitie Szabo at email@example.com
Dear GI performers,
My name is Maria and I am writing on behalf of the Canada 150 Atlantic to Pacific Drumming Celebration organizing committee.
On July 1st, a countrywide drumming celebration known as the Canada 150 Atlantic to Pacific Celebration (www.canada150drumming.com) will celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation and the success of Canadian multiculturalism.
Through eight regions including Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Vancouver, drummers will come together to drum simultaneously on July 1st. This celebration will celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday and hopefully, set a Guinness World Record for “Most Nationalities in a Drum Circle” of a recognized orchestral piece of music lasting at least five minutes.
A federal non-profit organization, The Legacy 150 Celebrations Society, took initiative in organizing this special event.
I am writing to ask for your support with this exciting national initiative. Since this world record will be based on the number of nationalities participating, we are looking for many multicultural drummers to partake in this event.
Please contact me if you are interested in participating!
We are dedicated to having as many cultures as possible participate in our community event!
We have an opportunity for paid buskers at our WE ARTS Art Market again this year located at The Jim Deva Plaza on Bute & Davie Streets in the West End.
Weekly Sunday WE ARTS Art Market is 11am-6pm starting from Sunday, June 4th - end of October. Sets are : 12-2pm and 3-5pm ($100/a 2 hr set) ** 2 different musicians at each market for variety ** Buskers interested contact: firstname.lastname@example.org with the contact information: (phone #, website or other links to their music, personal or band photo if they have for media if selected)
Once again, street closures will be in effect on both 4th and 6th Avenues from 8:30am until noon for the Vancouver Sun Run on Sunday, 23 April, restricting regular access to Granville Island. However, we are still open for business and want to make sure everyone knows how to get here that morning.
The designated alternate route begins at Columbia Street and 1st Avenue and continues west from 1st Avenue to Lamey’s Mill Road. (View map of detour here.)
Note also that local bus access to Granville Island (via the #50) will be unavailable for the morning of April 23rd. The #50 bus will resume service to Granville Island at 2pm and will follow the regular route from downtown Vancouver.
Reminder that the seawall is still closed for upgrades from Foundry Quay to Old Bridge Walk, so pedestrian and cycling detours remain in effect along Lamey’s Mill Road.
For more information call the SUN RUN at 604-689-9441.
If you or any of your customers have any access issues on the day of the event, please contact the City of Vancouver by calling 311.
I am reaching out because I am taking a class in which we are trying to create an app for street performers and pedestrians. We are currently in our brainstorming phase, and I was wondering if you would be willing to take 5 minutes to answer a couple of questions to help us understand the benefits and challenges of being a street performer. We are hoping to use use this information to create an app that can better meet the needs of street performers around the US.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email me.