Vancouver All Stars 2018 After Party

Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 21:00
poster for March 25 Vancouver All Stars 2018 after party at Cabana lounge with performers pics

Jenn and Juice Management, Denzin 8 Productions & SF Entertainment
 Presents

Vancouver All Stars 2018 After Party
@Cabana Lounge
1159 Granville St 

Sunday March 25th 

Celebrating the Juno’s in Vancouver. 

Music Vibe : DJ Denise from Urban Renewal Project 100.5 FM  Spinning Hip-Hop , R&B , Reggae , Club Hits

Live Performances By: 
Cloudy Tunnel (add symbol here) 
Mamarudegyal 
Status Krew
Little T
HazMat Crew
Sam Chimes & Paradise 
Yuri TKA 
Yasmin Ray

 and Special Guests!!!

Doors: 9:00 pm -2:00 am

Tickets | $10 in advance
$15 at the Door

Tickets Available at:

Red Cat Records 
4332 Main St, Vancouver, 

Beat Street Records
439 W Hastings St, Vancouver

Zulu Records
1972 west 4th ave

Online
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/vancouver-all-stars-2018-after-party-tickets...

As this year's “Juno Awards” in Vancouver, heads to its final night of Gala events;  Jenn and Juice Management, Denzine 8 Productions & SF Ent are proud to present:
“Vancouver All Stars”
2018 After Party;  on Sunday March 25th, at Cabana lounge, 1159 Granville St. with DJ Denise from Urban Renewal Project 100.5 FM

We are Showcasing some of Vancouver's up and coming local stars, a variety of Hip-Hop , R&B, Pop , Reggae and Soul performers to celebrate the 2018 Juno Awards with: Cloudy Tunnel , Mamarudegyal,Status Krew, Little T , Yuri TKA , HazMat Crew, Sam Chimes & Paradise,  Yasmin Ray along with surprise guest performers.  These artists have been setting  waves in Vancouver's  entertainment scene and abroad.

We invite you to join us in celebrating Canadian Music. This will be an evening you don't wanna miss,  packed with performances by some of BC’s up and coming All Stars.

For more info or G-List contact :   Jenn 604-600-9030

 

Cabana Lounge
1159 Granville St
Vancouver
Canada
CA
Jenn

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