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Monday,
May 23rd
7pm to 9pm
THE SODA CRACKERS
at Second Floor Gastown, located over The Watersteet Cafe, 300 Water Street.
There are 2 separate 75 minute shows at 6:15pm and 8:30pm. The cover's a mere $12. Reservations are recommended - Go HERE, select "Live Music" and click on May 14.
Wednesday,
June 1st
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
THE SODA CRACKERS
at Oppenheimer Park, 400 Powell Street in the beautiful Downtown East Side
The Crackers will be the host band along with several other groups, for an evening of bluegrass and country music in conjunction with the Carnegie Centre and the Pacific Bluegrass and Old Time Music Society. Admission is free, and everyone is welcome. For more information about the Carnegie Centre, go HERE.
Saturday, June 4th
11:30am to 2:00pm
THE SODA CRACKERS
at the Trout Lake Farmers Market in East Vancouver.
The market is located at the north end of John Hendry Park, by the entrance on the east side of the market, near 13th and Lakewood. (Parking can be hard to find.) There's more information HERE.
Saturday,
June 11th
3pm to 5:30pm
THE SODA CRACKERS
do a backyard concert in Burnaby.
This is a double bill with The Little Mountain Trio (bluegrass, country and swing) at a beautiful heritage home in Burnaby near the Metrotown Skytrain station.The exact address is provided when you make reservations. Guests must be at least double-vaxed. Masks are encouraged but optional. Tickets are $20. Reservations are a must as seating is limited. Contact myles.d@shaw.ca - 604-612-4688 / 604-880-2351.
Wednesday,
June 22nd
7:30pm to 11:30pm
THE SODA CRACKERS
at The Princeton Pub & Grill at 1901 Powell Street near the north foot of Victoria in Vancouver.
A nice little spot that's always presented live music, but has upped the ante lately to most nights of the week. The food's mighty tasty too. More information: 604-253-6645 or HERE
Wednesday, July 20th
6:30 to 8:30 pm
SUE MALCOLM AND THE SWINGIN' DOORS
at the Trout Lake Community Centre, at 3360 Victoria Drive in Vancouver.
This band features Sue (vocals, rhythm guitar), Don Fraser (lap steel), Rueben Gurr (guitar), Doug Thordarson (fiddle), Stu MacDonald (bass) and Phil Belanger (drums). This is a FREE outdoor summer concert and barbecue series. Come to the east side of the building and bring a picnic! (More information to come.)
Sunday, July 24th
3pm to 4pm
THE SODA CRACKERS
at MacLean Park, Heatley and Keefer Streets in Vancouver.
Sue, Don and Stu return to perform as part of this informal concert series in a small east Vancouver Park. There are two other bands appearing: Blue Lasso (before) and The Contingency (after). There's no cover, but each band will have a tip jar. Bring your own chair.
Saturday, July 30th
11:30am to 2:00pm
THE SODA CRACKERS
at the Trout Lake Farmers Market in East Vancouver.
The market is located at the north end of John Hendry Park, by the entrance on the east side of the market, near 13th and Lakewood. (Parking can be hard to find.) There's more information HERE.
Sunday,
July 31st
7:00 to 11:00pm
SUE MALCOLM AND THE SWINGIN' DOORS
at Lanalou’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Eatery, 362 Powell Street in Vancouver
This band features Sue (vocals, rhythm guitar), Don Fraser (lap steel), Rueben Gurr (guitar), Doug Thordarson (fiddle), Stu MacDonald (bass) and Phil Belanger (drums). The Lawless Firm will kick off the evening. Seating is limited and all COVID protocols will be in effect. For more info, go to Lanalous.com).Admission is $15 CASH at the door. This venue tends to sell out quickly, so reserve now at: suemalcolm48@gmail.com
Friday,
October 14th
9pm to 10pm
THE SODA CRACKERS
at The Crossroads Coffeehouse at The Gathering Place in the Village at Leigh Square, 1100 – 2253 Leigh Square (behind the City Hall, off Whyte Avenue and Shaughnessy) in downtown Port Coquitlam.
Doors open at 7:00pm, Open Stage at 7:30pm and The Crackers at 9:00pm. $5.00 admission with ALL proceeds going to Crossroads Inlet Centre Hospice for patient comforts, programs and services.
For information on classes and lessons, go HERE.