Shivering Songs’ Queen Street Crawl will feature 28 bands/musicians performing at seven different downtown venues on and around Queen Street on March 30.
The CAP & Shivering Songs have partnered to create the city’s first live music walkabout. The Queen Street Crawl is a free downtown venue crawl happening on Thursday, March 30 featuring 28 musical acts over seven venues on or around Queen Street.
The event is also the first to include Par 94, The CAP, Wilser’s Room, Broken Record Bar & Music Room, Monarch Night Club, The Tipsy Muse Café, and the new Harrison McCain Pavilion in Beaverbrook Art Gallery working together to host a simultaneous musical happening. Organizers have curated a mixed genre lineup that includes folk, pop, hip hop, and rock acts. The list of performers includes Jon McKiel, Keith Hallett, Catherine Kennedy, Capital 6, Alan Jeffries, Stephen Hero, and more.
The Queen Street Crawl is designed to encourage patrons to move from venue to venue, exploring and discovering new music along the way. With the spring season edging ever closer, let this event be your transition to longer days, more sun, and more music.