No party would be complete without some killer entertainment

In the streets

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Camrose Spirals

Remember double-dutch? These performers take this to a whole new level!
camrosespirals.com/

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United1ne dance group

Bringing the style to the street is United1ne dance group

united1ne.com

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TP

What would a party be without a little street cred? TP brings his form of visual art to the street.

Feature Presentation

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Kito No Taiko

The stage is set with the sounds of the Kito No Taiko drummers

www.kitanotaiko.ca

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Capoeira Academy

Half martial arts, half contemporary dance moves = capoeira

www.capoeiraacademy.ca

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Urban Metropolis

Enjoy the smooth spinnin’ style of Harman B while you try a tasty cocktail

www.urbanmetropolis.com

After the credits

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The Rockin’ Highliners

After a 10-year break – the Juno-nominated jump blues quintet are back together again.

Over the course of eight years, The Rockin’ Highliners produced and released two recordings, including the Juno-nominated “What Were You Thinking”, before being signed to Stony Plain Records. Their third album “Oh My”, was produced by the legendary Duke Robillard (Roomful of Blues, Grammy nominee, Maple Blues Award winner). The band toured throughout Canada, USA and Europe, playing over 200 shows a year. The Highliners have been nominated for and won awards from the JUNOs, Prairie Music Awards, Alberta Music (AMIA) awards, Western Canadian Music Alliance, Real Blues Magazine and Maple Blues Awards.

The band is sure to keep the evening swingin’ and jumpin’ til 10:30 p.m.

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