Arts+Culture

Local 107.3fm x Imperial Theatre x Quality Block Party: 2019-2020 Best of Saint John Music Awards Ceremony + Show [06/04/21]

We are thrilled to announce that Local 107.3fm’s 2019-2020 Best of Saint John Music Awards ceremony and show, co-presented by the Imperial Theatre and Quality Block Party, are being held on Friday, June 4th at 7pm at the Imperial Theatre!

EVENT DETAILS

Doors: 6:30pm

Show: 7pm

Ticket price: $15 (in-person or livestream)

Lineup:

– Moondrip Collective (Artifiseer & Stellaleona)

– Doctor Mother Father

– Surface Wounds

The full list of nominees in contention for this year’s awards can be found here: http://localfm.ca/2019-2020-best-of-saint-john-from-the-heat-of-summer-to-the-dead-of-winter-music-awards-nominees-public-voting-form/

To reserve tickets to attend this show in-person, please call or visit the Imperial Theatre Box Office. NOTE: this event will also be available as a livestream for patrons to watch from home.

Box Office telephone number: (506) 674-4100

Address: 12 King Square S, Saint John, NB E2L 5B8

Hours: 10am-5pm (Monday to Friday)

Livestream tickets: https://imperialtheatre.ca/event/local-107-3-fms-2019-2020-best-of-saint-john-music-awards/ 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The Imperial Theatre is taking all necessary precautions to allow for adequate physical distancing between ticket holders during events. The theatre’s “bubble seating” arrangement allows attendees to reserve tickets with members of their Steady 15. Please specify your bubble seating needs while securing your tickets! Individual tickets are also available. All attendees must wear masks at all times.

There will be a Show Buddy presence at this event! Show Buddies are sober volunteers trained in bystander empathy practices. They can provide assistance by: watching your drink, securing a cab, or approaching security on your behalf (among other things). Our Show Buddies can be identified in the audience and in all common areas throughout the venue by their labeled neon t-shirts. 

We (as musicians, friends, show-goers, and venue staff) thank you all for treating this space and each other with respect and safety. It is a community’s responsibility to make every effort to ensure that shows are free of unkind, unfair, or oppressive behaviours on the basis of language, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, sex, age, body size, race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, socioeconomic standing, family status, as well as all acts of violence and harassment, sexual or otherwise. If you experience something that makes you feel uncomfortable, please approach a Show Buddy.

Local 107.3fm recognizes and respects that it operates on the traditional, unceded territories of the Wolastoqey, Peskotomuhkati, and Mi’gmaq Peoples.

Julia Rogers

May 3rd, 2021

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