5 Things To Do In Edmonton: February 24 to 28

Sushi, Irish magic and a Black History celebration close out the month

Photo courtesy of Ballet Edmonton

Sushi Infused

Join two of YEG’s best , chef Travis Petersen and chef Vinh Tran, as they combine their talents and bring you infused sushi for one special evening. The menu will include a 12-course meal accompanied by live music by Jodie B. The location will be private, so you need to get your tickets before finding out the exact location. This unique event is not one you will want to miss on February 24.

Downtown Edmonton, 101 Avenue 101 Street,  thenomadcook.ca

Visually Inspired 

Escape into an otherworldly experience of some creative ladies at the Visual Art Exhibit. The visual art and auditory theatre experience will kick off the SkirtsAfire Festival on February 24.

The Nina Haggerty Gallery, 9225 118 Avenue, (780) 474-7611, skirtsafire.com

Luck Of The Irish

Celtic Illusion combines contemporary Irish dance with magic and majestic illusions. Be one of the first Canadians to watch the show as it makes its Canadian debut February 25.

Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 11455 87 Avenue, (780) 427-2760, jubileeauditorium.com

Celebrate Black History

MacEwan University’s African and Caribbean Student Association will feature music, storytelling and dancing in the Black History Month Story Slam and Variety Show. The celebration of the ways in which storytelling, song and dance are entwined within the roots of the African diaspora happens on February 27.

MacEwan University, 10850 104 Avenue, 780-633-3709, macewan.ca

The Most Beautiful Dance 

Join Ballet Edmonton as they bring you an evening of beauty and grace by one of the most beautiful art forms in dance. Choreographer Wen Wei Wang will have audiences in awe during this performance on February 28, February 29 and March 1.

Triffo Theatre in Allard Hall, 11110 104 Avenue NW, 780-970-4979, balletedmonton.ca

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