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Event Archive - Red Truck Parking Lot Concert Series: Five Alarm Funk, Tonye Aganaba, Kutapira, Vinyl Ritchie

Sat. June 13th 2015 @  295 E 1st Ave, Vancouver (All Ages)
Presented by: 99.3 the FOX, 93.7
The Red Truck Beer Company, CFOX and 93.7 JRFM are pleased to announce the launch of the Red Truck Parking Lot Concert Series at the Red Truck Brewery (295 East 1st Avenue). The outdoor concerts will be held over four hot summer afternoons and will feature Canadian radio icons The Trews, the groove juggernauts Five Alarm Funk, blues rockers Head of the Herd and rising country star Logan Mize .

The Red Truck Parking Lot Concert Series debuts just after the Red Truck Brewery opens its much-anticipated on-site restaurant, The Truck Stop Diner, on June 3rd. The concert series will take place in the Red Truck Brewery's outdoor lot and will feature a variety of delicious Red Truck Beer, food trucks, bands, DJ's and sunshine in the heart of East Vancouver.

Following the kick-off on June 13th, the next three concerts will take place on July 11th, August 15th and September 12th. Confirmed artists include: The Trews, Five Alarm Funk. Head Of The Herd, The Dudes, No Sinner, Good For Grapes, Logan Mize, Rich Hope, Tonye Aganaba, Kutapira, Ice Cream Social Dj's, Vinyl Ritchie,and more!


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Five Alarm Funk (Afro-Funk)

If you want to party on the dance floor ‘til your shoes burst into flames, then check out this awesome 11-piece rhythm machine from Vancouver. Five Alarm Funk is alarmingly energetic and draw inspiration from Afrobeat, James Brown and Kool and the Gang, all performed with the scorching passion of talented 20-somethings playing like their lives de... more info

Tonye Aganaba "Megamaiden" (I rule)

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Kutapira (Afro-Cuban/West African rhythms)

The Vancouver-based five-piece all-percussive ensemble, Kutapira, blend traditional Afro-Cuban rhythms with the melodies of Zimbabwean and West African folk and popular music. Kutapira can often be heard busking on the streets of downtown Vancouver, attracting a crowd with their frenzied high-energy brand of Afro groove. The members Jeremy Bryant, ... more info