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October 16, 2019

5 Things To Do: July 22 to 26

There’s all kinds of music (and dance!) happening in and around the city this week

Courtesy Citadel Theatre

See (and hear) the ring of fire

Over two dozen of Johnny Cash’s songs are featured in this performance-packed musical, adapted from a Broadway Production. The Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash runs until August 11.

Citadel Theatre, 9828 101A Ave., 780-425-1820, citadeltheatre.com

Country and blues in the Park

Lauren Mayell and Kimberly MacGregor bring their country and blues stylings to Festival Place in Sherwood Park on July 24.

Festival Place, 100 Festival Way, Sherwood Park, 780-449-3378, festivalplace.ab.ca

Waltz in a garden

The University of Alberta Botanic Garden’s summer Date Night series will host waltz lessons, led by experts from the U of A Dance Club, on July 25. No experience (or date) required!

University of Alberta Botanic Garden, 51227 AB-60, Parkland County, 780-492-3050, botanicgarden.ualberta.ca

A night of jazz, dinner and burlesque

The Crash Hotel’s Canary Room puts on an intimate evening of live jazz and roving burlesque performances on July 26, including a three-course dinner menu by chef Nathin Bye.

Crash Hotel, 10266 103 St NW, 780-719-3807, crashhotel.com

Is this your first rodeo?

This year marks the eighth anniversary of Interstellar Rodeo, one of Canada’s must-see music festivals. It might not be your first, but it will undoubtedly be memorable! Held in Hawrelak Park, open skies set the scene for the music and dancing, fine wine and great food that make three-day celebration amazing, on July 26 to 28.

Heritage Amphitheatre at Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Road, 780-442-4311, interstellarrodeo.com


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