Guerrilla Gigs – Live Music is Back in Revelstoke!

Missing the sound of live music in the Grizzly Plaza echoing throughout downtown Revelstoke? This summer the Revelstoke Arts Council will be doing things a little differently. Guerrilla Gigs is a concert series of secret shows held at some of Revelstoke’s most iconic locations every Wednesday in July and August from 7pm – 8pm.

The shows will be announced a week before with a limited number of tickets released on Sunday at noon prior to each show, so make sure to mark your calendar to not miss out! Ticket holders will be informed of the secret location 24 hours before the show (don’t worry – the locations won’t be too far away).

The theme is Canadian folk/alt-country/americana sit-down-on-a-blanket-at-sunset tunes, with bands from Revelstoke and some neighbouring cities. Lawn chairs, picnic blankets, hammocks, and other outdoor comforts are encouraged!

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Miriam’s career spans the arts in both the UK and Canada, including the Arts Council of England and the Banff Centre for the Arts where she programmed, funded and developed festivals, films, events, residencies and professional development courses.
Miriam’s career spans the arts in both the UK and Canada, including the Arts Council of England and the Banff Centre for the Arts where she programmed, funded and developed festivals, films, events, residencies and professional development courses.

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What? Live outdoor bands in Revelstoke

When? Wednesday evenings 7-8pm in July and August

Tickets on sale each Sunday at noon prior to the show

Where? Secret local outdoor spots – TBA

Who? Canadian folk/alt-country/americana bands from Revelstoke and surrounding areas

How Much? $10-$20 per ticket

Miriam’s career spans the arts in both the UK and Canada, including the Arts Council of England and the Banff Centre for the Arts where she programmed, funded and developed festivals, films, events, residencies and professional development courses.
Miriam’s career spans the arts in both the UK and Canada, including the Arts Council of England and the Banff Centre for the Arts where she programmed, funded and developed festivals, films, events, residencies and professional development courses.

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