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Brampton Folk ClubBrampton Folk Club: Friday Folk Night Concert SeriesSanderson Hall, St. Paul's United Church, 30 Main St. South|
September 20 2019 at 7:30 PM
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Brampton Folk Club presents Friday Folk Nights
Coffee House Style Concerts
7:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
 
Our Exciting 2019/2020 Season
 
September 20
They’re back! Bluegrass band (The New) General Store
 
October 25   
An East Coast Celebration!
Featuring Nova Scotians Cassie and Maggie, and Celteclectic
 
December 6      
Songs for the Snowy Season featuring Boreal
 
January 24     
Global Blues with Donné Roberts and Ken Yoshioka  
    
February 28     
Creative Voices
An In-the-Round session featuring Tragedy Ann, Abigail Lapell and Jamie Reilly
     
March 27   
Quebec fiddle group Genticorum
       
April 24    
Formerly of Tanglefoot, RPR (Steve Richie, Al Parrish, and Rob Richie)

May 30   
Brampton Folk Club Annual Showcase Concert
2;#Rose TheatreThis is Brampton: Brampton's Very OwnRose Studio Theatre|
September 26 2019 at 8:00 PM
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Brampton's Very Own is a creative platform that provides showcasing opportunities for Brampton creatives, giving them the opportunity to introduce themselves to the world and present new content that represents the City of Brampton.
 
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THIS IS BRAMPTON, now in its second year, provides an open platform for local talent, as well as an opportunity for multi-disciplinary artistic development, in our intimate Studio II. The Rose collaborates with local promoters and producers to curate a stellar season of comedy, jazz, hip hop, rock, and R & B. Selected for their demonstrated commitment to improving the arts in Brampton, curators include B-Jazzed, Brampton’s Very Own,
SounDrive Records, and Crack Me Up Comedy. Featuring the city’s most dynamic artists, musicians, changemakers and trendsetters,
Studio II is the beat of Brampton.
Rose TheatreRufus WainwrightRose Theatre Main Stage|
September 27 2019 at 8:00 PM
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“Genuine originality”
– The New York Times

JUNO Award-winning, Grammy nominated artist Rufus Wainwright has established himself as one of the great male vocalists and songwriters of his generation. The New York-born, Montreal-raised singer songwriter has released seven studio albums, three DVDs, and three live albums, including the Grammy nominated Rufus
Does Judy at Carnegie Hall, and the album Release The Stars, which went Gold in Canada and the U.K. Rufus has collaborated with artists including Elton John, David Byrne, Boy George, Joni Mitchell, and Pet Shop Boys.
The WigglesThe Wiggles Party Time Tour!Rose Theatre Main Stage|
October 4 2019 at 3:30 PM
The Party Time Tour! will reunite Canada with Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony, as well as their friends Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus, Wags the Dog and a brand-new Wiggly friend, Shirley Shawn the Unicorn!
 
As featured on the upcoming Party Time! album, parents and children alike can dance and sing along to classics like “Hokey Pokey,” “Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes,” “Skip To My Lou,” and “Simon Says.” Other show highlights include:
-  Joining Emma as she performs Irish, ballet and other bow-tiful dancing. 
-  Listening to Anthony play his guitar, banjo and bagpipes. 
-  Doing the actions with Simon as he sings “Simon Says”, and if Lachy falls asleep, calling out “Wake up Lachy!” because we need him for the show!
 
The Wiggle’s Party Time Tour! will support their new Party Time! album, which releases on June 28th.
 
Please contact the Box Office for tickets.
The WigglesThe Wiggles Party Time Tour!Rose Theatre Main Stage|
October 4 2019 at 6:30 PM
The Party Time Tour! will reunite Canada with Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony, as well as their friends Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus, Wags the Dog and a brand-new Wiggly friend, Shirley Shawn the Unicorn!
 
As featured on the upcoming Party Time! album, parents and children alike can dance and sing along to classics like “Hokey Pokey,” “Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes,” “Skip To My Lou,” and “Simon Says.” Other show highlights include:
-  Joining Emma as she performs Irish, ballet and other bow-tiful dancing. 
-  Listening to Anthony play his guitar, banjo and bagpipes. 
-  Doing the actions with Simon as he sings “Simon Says”, and if Lachy falls asleep, calling out “Wake up Lachy!” because we need him for the show!
 
The Wiggle’s Party Time Tour! will support their new Party Time! album, which releases on June 28th.
 
Please contact the Box Office for tickets.
Rose TheatreSmall World Music: Gurpreet Chana & GuestsRose Studio Theatre|
October 5 2019 at 8:00 PM
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Gurpreet Chana 'The Tabla Guy' and Guests present a captivating evening of music where tradition meets the cutting edge of electronica. Performer, technician and composer, Gurpreet brings the time-honoured tradition of the tabla into a dizzying array of musical styles. His latest innovation – TABLIX – uses the infinite possibilities of the digital to explode the instrument’s melodic potential and create a new mode of expression. Chana is also one of leading proponents of the Hang, an instrument that blends the Caribbean Steelpan with the South Indian Ghatam and Nigerian Udu drum. With Gurpreet’s guest instrumentalists and singers, a beat-heavy sonic treat is guaranteed!
 
For over twenty years Small World has been breaking down barriers using the power of music. One of the country’s most respected presenters of culturally diverse artists, the company is known for its innovative and eclectic programming. It has hosted dozens of debut performances by up and coming international artists and boosted the careers of hundreds of Canadian performers. Whether it’s an Indian classical recital or cutting-edge electronica, Small World Music brings you ‘the Beat of the Globe’!
319;#Starglam Foundations and Starglam Entertainments Inc.Padamshree Hariharan Live in ConcertRose Theatre Main Stage|
October 6 2019 at 7:30 PM
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Mr. Hariharan Anantha Subramani, a Padmashree (4th Highest Civilian Award of India) award winner, is a versatile Indian classical, semi-classical and Ghazal singer and has earned distinction worldwide for his rendition of Ghazal and performances in multi languages, including, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada & Telugu, Bengali. Mr. Anantha Subramani has mastered from his early childhood the intricacies of both South (Carnatic) and North (Hindustani) classical music.   
 
In his teens he became the disciple of Padmavibhushan Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan, and learnt the Khayal gayaki, Raag dhari and continued for many decades and was  inspired by the Ghazals sung by the great Mehdi Hassan. In 1977, Mr. Anantha Subramani received the top prize in the All-India Sur Singaar competition and was promptly debuted to perform in the Indian movie industries and won Uttar Pradesh State Award for his debut movie song "Ajeeb Saaneha Mujh Par". Several of his Ghazal albums, such as, ‘Abshaar-e-Ghazal’ with highly appreciated by the audiences and his album "Gulfam" won him the Diva Award for the Best Album of the year in 1993. He was equally successful in the entered the world of Tamil films in 1992 with the patriotic song "Thamizha Thamizha" in Maniratnam's film Roja. He was judged best male playback singer in the 1995 Tamil Nadu State Government Film Awards for his soulful rendition for the song Konja Naal….from the film Aasai. "Uyire Uyire" is better known as "Tu Hi Re" in its Hindi version made Hariharan a household name and is still an all-time favorite. In 1998, Mr. Anantha Subramani won the National Award for the best playback (movie) singer. In 2018 he has been Awarded "Honorary Doctoral Awards" (Honoris Causa) by Confederation of International Accreditation Commission – CIAC Global (a list of awards and achievements attached).
 
Mr. Hariharan Anantha Subramani and Band is a creative musical ensemble where each of the musicians, both vocal and instrumental, have in-depth versatility based on Indian classical and semi-classical musical tradition. The musical specialties of other band members include Mr. Atul Shantilal Raninga(Keyboard), Mr. Sanjoy Das (Guitar), Mr. Shahdaab Roshan Bhartiya (Tabla), Mr. Murad Ali (Sarangi), Mr. Akhlak Hussain Varsi (Harmonium) and Mr. Saibu Varughese Simon (Vocal).
City of BramptonBRAMPTON ASKS: 2019 Federal Election TownhallRose Theatre Main Stage|
October 9 2019 at 7:00 PM
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Join the 2019 Federal Election Townhall with candidates. Brampton asks 2019 Federal Election candidates how they will work with Brampton to make the city stronger.

Register for free to attend the Debate.

Doors open at 6:15 PM.
Rose TheatreSloanRose Theatre Main Stage|
October 10 2019 at 8:00 PM
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“Singlehandedly put indie rock on the map.” – Exclaim
In 2018, JUNO Award-winning Canadian power-pop rock band Sloan released their 12th studio album, aptly named 12. Formed in Halifax in 1991, now-Toronto-based Sloan is comprised of four distinct songwriting voices – bassist and vocalist Chris Murphy, drummer Andrew Scott, vocalist and guitarist Patrick Pentland, and guitarist Jay Ferguson. Continuing to challenge themselves with each record, Sloan’s contribution to Canadian music is significant. According to a CBC Critics’ Poll, they’re respected as one of Canada’s top bands of all time.
309;#Sugarnation Inc.Sugar Sammy: Canadian Tour 2019Rose Theatre Main Stage|
October 11 2019 at 7:45 PM
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Sugar Sammy is one of the hottest comedians on the international circuit. The New York Times calls him "a fearless comic with a talent for provoking both laughter and outrage". He has performed over 1600 shows in 31 countries and is touring Canada once again.
 
He is a charismatic provocateur whose worldly outlook allows him to hit on cultural, social and political themes with great charm and finesse. He is a king of crowd work and his audience interaction makes for a unique performance every time.
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