EventsSounds from the Valley: Music and Poetry

Sounds from the Valley: Music and Poetry

7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Snow Valley Ski Club


Head down to Edmonton's Snow Valley Ski Club to take in FREE concert with music, poetry and art! Listen to artists from EPL's Capital City Records and Capital City Press as they share their work at the bottom of the ski hill in the beautiful Rainbow Valley and take in the visual art from Capital City Art. Free of charge, we'll be collecting non-perishable food items for the Edmonton Food Bank.

Food & Beverage options at Creekside Eats are available during the concert.

NOTE: Due to the very high popularity of the event this year, we suggest those who are able to bring their own lawn chairs to do so to ensure ample seating for everyone. If you don’t have a lawn chair, that is totally okay – we can absolutely make it work!

Music from Capital City Records Artist, Travis Dolter

Travis Dolter grew up on the family farm just 45 minutes south of Edmonton and was introduced to music from a young age. He began singing with his Ukrainian family band at age 6 and quickly fell in love with music. Writing songs since 17, Travis has released 14 songs, with every original having a story to share, inspired by real life experiences. With brand new unreleased songs set to be recorded, he looks forward to debuting a couple!

Readings from Capital City Press Authors:

Chanel Klein is a multi-disciplinary artist residing on Treaty 6 Territory. She makes abstract art with her poetry on Instagram using grotesque and abstract imagery. You can follow her at @chanelpoetry or catch her at open mics around the city. Find her work in volumes 2, 3 and 4 of EPL’s Capital City Press anthologies.

Cassandra Weir (she/her) lives and writes in Edmonton, Alberta. While she primarily works on fantasy novels, she occasionally ventures out into different styles and genres. When not writing, she can often be found reading, playing video games, or trying to grow her garden.

Art from Capital City Art:

Jan Xu started to study drawing and illustration a couple of years ago. She loves putting imaginative and playful ideas onto paper with pens and paint. What often inspires her to create is the surprises of life and the innocent imagination of children. Currently, her works are all hand-painted in watercolor.

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