Local Musicians Take the Stage to Support Media Democracy Days 2012

Local Musicians Take the Stage to Support Media Democracy Days 2012

Media Democracy Days Vancouver (MDD) 2012 is excited to announce their fourth annual fundraising concert democracyLOUD! at Vancouver’s legendary Railway Club on October 11th, 2012.

Co-sponsored by The Railway Club and Sad Mag, local artists Ciseaux, Ché Aimee, and The Brice Tabish Band promise to make democracyLOUD! even more exciting than last year’s tremendously successful event.

democracyLOUD! is a great way to introduce people to MDD,” says event organizer Josh Tabish. “It’s a unique event in that we get to showcase up-and-coming independent artists in Vancouver whilebringing attention to MDD’s fight for diverse, independent, and alternative media more broadly – it’s kind of like show and tell!”

In addition to live music, there will be giveaways, with prizes generously provided by MDD supporters such as The Cobalt, The Cinematheque, the Rain City Chronicles, FCAT at Simon Fraser University, and the Arsenal Pulp Press.

democracyLOUD! takes place at The Railway Club (579 Dunsmuir Street) on Thursday, October 11th. Tickets are $10 at the door, with all proceeds going to support Media Democracy Day 2012. Doors open at 8 PM, music begins at 9 PM.

For more information on the bands and event program, over to www.mediademocracyday.org, or RSVP on our Facebook event page at http://www.facebook.com/events/413649685349837/.

MDD 2012 is a partnership of SFU’s School of Communication, OpenMedia.ca, and The Vancouver Public Library, and is sponsored in part by Vancity. In addition, MDD would like to thank both the Railway Club and Sad Mag in advance for their continued hosting and promotional support.

 

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