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    Week 12. What’s happening in Calgary! March 17-23

    Jann Arden, Amanda Lang, Susan Cain & More LIVE and in Person. Telus Convention Centre.  Monday, March 17, 2014. Price:Ticket prices range depending on seating type

    Legacy Mastery is proud to present A Woman’s Legacy in Calgary on March 17th, 2014! Spend a powerful day with some of the worlds most incredible women all live and in person! With thousands of attendees, A Woman’s Legacy just completed a successful event in Toronto on November 21st with a day filled laughter, inspiration and empowerment! This is a great seminar for both personal and professional development. A Woman’s Legacy is offering a group discount of purchasing 3 tickets and receiving the fourth complimentary- available only for a LIMITED time!

    Seating: There are three different seating options

    General Admission First come first serve seating

    Executive Admission Preferred seating in front of General Admission (rows 6-10)

    VIP Entrance VIP Admission Seating from rows 1-5

    VIP Entrance VIP luncheon, guest speakers will be in attendance and have an exclusive Q&A panel

    Speakers: Jann Arden- Singer, Song Writer and Author

    Susan Cain- Best selling Author for Quiet: Power of Introverts

    Amanda Lang- Co-Host of the Lang & O’Leary Exchange & Best Selling Author

    Roxana Saberi- Best Selling Author for Between Two Worlds and former Miss North Dakota

    Kim Marr- Developed International (US) Network Program for Canadians. Published Author of 2 Real Estate books, Broker

    Visit for more information and registration or call 1.855.587.3838


    Same Same But Different.  215 – 8 Avenue SE Calgary. Tuesday, March 18, 2014

    Price:Adult $30 – $57.

    Same Same But Different by Anita Majumdar. Co-produced by ATP and Theatre Passe Muraille. In association with Nightswimming. Lights, cameras, Bollywood! Blending fabulous music and stylish choreography, this genre-busting production brings the vibrant energy and vivid storytelling of Bollywood cinema to the stage. Two stories intertwine as we go beyond the romance and bright lights on-screen to explore the complex personal journeys of those working behind the scenes dreaming of stardom. Award winning actress and dancer, Anita Majumdar is featured in the films of Deepa Mehta including Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children.

    Calgary Flames vs Buffalo Sabres. 555 Saddledome Rise SE. Tuesday, March 18, 2014 – 19:00

    Price:Prices range from $40.50 – $275.50

    See the Calgary Flames go head to head with the Buffalo Sabres!  On Tuesday March 18th 2014 at 7:00PM the Calgary Flames take on the Buffalo Sabres at the Scotiabank Saddledome. For the full game schedule and ticket information, call (403) 777-4646


    Charlie Musselwhite & Ruthie Foster. Jack Singer Concert Hall 205 8 Avenue Southeast. Wednesday, March 19, 2014 – 19:00 Price:$35-$55

    This amazing double-bill of Charlie Musselwhite and Ruthie Foster is guaranteed to make Calgary sing the blues. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see two great blues artists on the stage of the acoustically acclaimed Jack Singer Concert Hall for a special engagement of traditional-meets-contemporary blues. Musselwhite brings with him nearly 50 years as an experienced bluesman, and names John Lee Hooker as one of his closest friends. He has released over 20 albums and collaborated with Tom Waits, Bonnie Raitt and most recently, Ben Harper. Foster is known for her astounding voice and her award-winning, contemporary spin on the blues, infusing her sets with soul, gospel and her unstoppable charisma.

    “Foster’s voice is simply drop-dead gorgeous, and her ability to wrap it around any musical genre – blues, jazz, folk, funk, soul – she chooses just makes it that much more spell-binding.”

    – Elmore Magazine

    To subscribe for the entire BD&P World Music Series and save, call 403.294.9494.  Pre-show begins at 6 p.m., and the concert at 7 p.m. at 
EPCOR CENTRE’s Jack Singer Concert Hall.


    Calgary Flames vs Nashville Predators.  555 Saddledome Rise SE, Calgary, AB T2G 2W1 Friday, March 21, 2014 – 7:00 Prices range from $49.50 – $315.50

    See the Calgary Flames go head to head with the Nashville Predators! On Friday March 21st 2014 at 7:00PM the Calgary Flames take on the Nashville Predators at the Scotiabank Saddledome. For the full game schedule and ticket information, call (403) 777-4646

    Steve Dawson & Kenna Burima at Festival Hall.   Festival Hall – 1215 10th Ave SW. Friday, March 21, 2014. Price:$25 advance / $28 door

    Producer and instrumentalist extraordinaire Dawson celebrates the release of Rattlesnake Cage; unadorned music that harkens back to the ‘American Primitive’ sound with songs informed by deep blues, ragtime, jazz and Hawaiian music traditions. With a single microphone, dexterous fingers and a glass bottleneck on steel strings, the fluidity of Dawson’s distinct roots playing belies his virtuosity. Songwriter, vocalist and keyboardist Kenna Burima’s solo project features an amalgamation of interests and musical projects that range from swooning orchestral pop (Woodpigeon), sweaty garage rock (Beaver Squadron and The Pygmies) to doo-wop and avant-classical collaborations. Her current quartet enlists some of Calgary’s finest: jazz drummer Jon May, bassist Simon Fisk and guitarist Colin Mitchell, to balance disparate elements and produce an engaging and surprising show.


    Kurt Elling: 1619 Broadway – The Brill Building Project. EPCOR CENTRE’s Jack Singer Concert Hall 205 8 Avenue Southeast, Calgary. Friday, March 21, 2014. Price:General: $45 – $65

    EPCOR CENTRE PRESENTS Kurt Elling 1619 Broadway – The Brill Building Project Friday, March 21, 2014 – Pre-show entertainment 7pm, Concert 8pm EPCOR CENTRE’s Jack Singer Concert Hall The standout male vocalist of our time. ~ New York Times Described by the London Telegraph as “the most important generator of popular songs in the Western world,” the Brill Building of New York City has an astounding list of famous songwriters who penned popular hits of the ‘40s, ‘50s and ‘60s. American jazz vocalist, composer and lyricist Kurt Elling brings to Calgary selections from his latest release, 1619 Broadway – The Brill Building Project, recorded as a tribute to the famed hotspot of the music industry. Even for the inventive, Grammy-winning Elling, this album is unexpected – but guaranteed to further solidify his reputation for bold innovation and superb craftsmanship. Some jazz fans may raise an eyebrow at his song choices, but Elling has always been known to push the boundaries of the genre and reminds us that artists from Louis Armstrong to Sonny Rollins and Herbie Hancock have successfully transformed one era’s pop songs into another’s jazz standards. Part of EPCOR CENTRE’s Jazz Series. To subscribe to all four shows and save, call 403.294.9494.

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