Once a year, November rolls around and it’s easy to forget that there is a world outside of Stauffer (or let’s be real, Netflix)! That’s why we’ve rounded up a list of concerts coming to Kingston in the next 3 weeks – including jazz-funk fusion, rock & roll, up-and-coming musicians, pop-rock, hip hop & more! Get outside to one of these shows – you won’t regret it!
Thurs. Nov 15th, 7:30-9:30PM at the Ale House & Canteen – Queen’s WE Have Talent is showcasing up-and-coming musicians for 7$ – proceeds going to charity! (19+)
Fri. Nov. 16th, 9PM, The Wilderness is celebrating the release of new music at The Brooklyn with special guest Oakridge Avenue and DJs Feel Good Dance and Hip hop on vinyl, 15$ at the door. (19+)
Saturday, Nov. 17th, 2:30pm, Kingston Symphony presents Black is Beautiful, celebrating music from icons such as Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, and many more! 15$ for students, 20$ for Adults/Seniors. (all ages)
Sat. Nov. 17th, 7:30pm, The Shuffle Demons are bringing their jazz-funk fusion to the Isabel – 40$ for the public, 19$ for students and 37$ for staff will get you tickets to some of Canada’s most talented musicians. (all ages)
Thurs. Nov. 22nd at 8pm, the Single Mothers, Dboy, and Joy Car are performing at The Mansion for 12$ – this is an all ages/19+ show!
Sat. Nov. 24th at 10pm, The Toucan is hosting Winnipeg’s pop-rock group The Treble with the Hot Knives – for free! (19+)
Sunday, Nov. 25th at 2pm, the BLU Martini is hosting a free show featuring 13 local musicians/artists fundraising for Autism Awareness! Come support 13-year-old Connor McKinlay as he raises awareness for his younger brother Ewan! (all ages)
Thurs. Nov. 29th from 7-10pm, Selfish Things and Story Untold will perform at The Mansion with special guest performers 8 Bit heroes and Figure-8. (All ages/19+)
To see more concerts and special events, bookmark QueensEvents.ca!