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Band playing bistro
A band put together by longtime Guelph resident Chris Terhune performs this evening (July 17) at a local restaurant.
B.C. rock band hits city
British Columbia rock band Theory of a Deadman rolls into Guelph for a concert on Friday July 25.
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Free night of punk
A pair of punk bands, one from Guelph and one from Toronto, play a free show at a downtown club this Saturday night.
Opera troupe pedals into town
An opera troupe will pedal into Guelph for a show at a local church on Thursday July 31 that will showcase music by contemporary Canadian composers.
Dance the night away and help BME Church
A huge dance party with a ‘soul train’ is set to take over the Old Quebec Street Mall Saturday night.
Puppet show Pandora’s Sox at Evergreen Centre
Characters from Greek mythology are coming to life in puppet form for a performance at the Evergreen Senior’s Centre.
Concert band plays at Riverside Park
The Guelph Concert Band will present two Sunday evening shows this summer in Riverside Park, on July 13 and July 20.
Elora troupe stages Shakespeare in the outdoors
Elora Community Theatre will present an abridged version of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream in an outdoor setting from July 18 to 27.
New art exhibit called 'Forever'
A new art exhibit by artist Jag Raina opens at the Capacity 3 Gallery on July 11.
Big Ideas staged at music centre
The Vancouver-based creator of an experimental film shot in Croatia will speak here on Wednesday July 16 as part of the Big Ideas in Art & Culture Lecture Series.
Elora Festival ready to launch
The 35th annual Elora Festival opens on Friday July 11 with a performance of Haydn’s Creation oratorio.
Angela Hewitt fall concert a hot ticket
The Guelph Youth Music Centre says tickets are selling quickly for a benefit recital by Canadian pianist Angela Hewitt on Thursday Oct. 2.
Painted chairs up for auction
One-of-a-kind chairs are up for grabs at this year’s Art on the Seat at the Art on the Street festival.
Macerollo performs at Festival Italiano
Joseph Macerollo, a Guelph native who has elevated the accordion to new musical heights, will perform on Friday July 11 on the opening night of this year’s Festival Italiano.
Guelph Jazz Festival
‘Jazz at Market Square’ ramped up by festival organizers
The Guelph Jazz Festival is expanding its free outdoor jazz offerings in front of city hall as part of its 21st annual festival, happening this year from Sept. 3-7.
Art therapy work on display
Participants in Hospice Wellington’s art therapy program will share their work with the public in an art exhibition at Old Quebec Street that begins on Friday June 20.
Voice, singing symposium
The role that the voice and singing play in personal health, community building and artistic expression will be the focus of talks and workshops in a day-long event set for Thursday June 26.
Belly-dancing students perform
A local belly-dancing troupe presents its annual student dance show on June 20 at the Guelph Curling Club.
 
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