STARS

I have to thank my friend Lindsey (http://lindseyblane.com) for asking if I wanted to be her +1 to go see STARS at the Vogue Theatre. I haven’t seen this band perform since Rifflandia 5 years ago! (photos here). Lindsay was there taking photos of the show and I stood right next to the sound station in the back.  Continue reading

Five Alarm Funk

I was not intending on seeing FIVE ALARM FUNK tonight. Honestly. I met up with my friend Darcy and we pretty much started the night at Phillips Brewery Tasting Room and then I wanted to do a “mini” pub crawl of all the sound boards that he has worked on or installed at various venues. Capital Ballroom just happened to be the 3rd and last venue we checked out that night!

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Lovecoast

This is the first time I’ve seen LOVECOAST live and it was very enjoyable! I got to meet everyone and they were all super lovely! Continue reading

OLD MAN CANYON

Aside from being very happy for my friends JON & ROY performing there first headlining (sold out) show at the Commodore Ballroom – I was equally just as excited to see OLD MAN CANYON. I’ve been a fan of this band since their 2014 album “Phantom & Friends”. Continue reading

LUCA FOGALE

If you haven’t seen LUCA FOGALE perform live, then do your yourself and your ears a favour and go!
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THE OH HELLOS

I think the last time I saw such a huge ensemble band was Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes! Although they were more of a 13-person band, this was half that – an 8-person band. But it felt like such a party on stage! Everyone was just so into it and having a good time! The fiddle player and the bass player were dancing so hard – it was awesome!

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Day 4 – Krabi, Thailand

Today we went on a second boat tour! I think this was probably one of my favourites! We went and visited the 7 Phi Phi Islands.

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Day 2 – Krabi, Thailand

It’s the day before New Years! I can’t believe we are ringing in the new year in T H A I L A N D!! I’m not sure any other New Years can compare (as of yet) to this years! I get to spend it with some of my favourite people!

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Day 10 – Hong Kong

Today we did some sightseeing and decided to take the cable car up to Lantau Island to see Tian Tan Buddha (the big buddha). We took the Ngong Ping 360 cable car up and got a sweet view of the islands. Below there’s a trail people can also take if they want to do hikes. It looked like it would be a nice hike – if you like a bunch of stairs! But I’m sure it’s probably not that bad, I just don’t think my knee would like it too much. Continue reading

Day 9 – Hong Kong

Today we visited one of Hong Kong’s oldest cemetery’s: St. Rahael’s Catholic Cemetery: Roman Catholic Cemetery (Private). What you may not know about me is that I really like exploring old cemeteries. Call it morbid or whatever, but I just like the history you can find when looking through old centuries of tombstones. I always try to see if I can find the oldest tombstone in the bunch – but in this case, it was a lot harder to do. The reason we are at this cemetery is to pay respects to family members who have passed away. When you first drive up to this cemetery it’s akin to when you first see the Grand Canyon – vast and never-ending – going for miles. Continue reading