Saturday September 16th

6:30 to 11:00 PM


Celebrate West Hillhurst Community Association’s 75th birthday at our epic party and concert! Join us for an unforgettable evening of live music, delicious food, and vibrant community spirit. Let’s come together, reminisce, and create lasting memories. Don’t miss out on this milestone event—be part of our legacy! See you there!

Mocking Shadows 9:00 – 11:00PM

Mocking Shadows, the Canadian R&B band from Calgary, brings their groovy sound to the WHCA 75th Anniversary Celebration. Since 1997, they've entertained crowds across Canada, infusing classic Motown grooves with a contemporary twist. With refined showmanship and a strong sound, Mocking Shadows has earned their place in the Canadian music scene. They've toured with B.B. King and performed alongside Buddy Guy, ZZ Top, Reba McIntyre, and the Tragically Hip.

the dust collectors - 8:00 – 9:00PM

Urgent and captivating, The Dust Collectors, an Alberta-based folk alt-country sensation, emerged as four friends shifted to collaborative songwriting in 2018. Their diverse sound merges influences, echoing Fleet Foxes and CSNY. Their debut album, "Outside In," produced by Pat Palardy, dropped on May 26, 2023, via Neon Moon Records. With hit singles like "Take A Dive" (2022) and "Waiting Game" (2023), plus EPs "Filtered Gems" and "Hanlon's Razor" (2023), their music resonates on CKUA, CBC Radio, CJSW, and North American online shows. Catch The Dust Collectors live for an unforgettable experience.

midnight blue jazz society-7:00 – 8:00PM

The Midnight Blue Jazz Society is Calgary’s most entertaining 17-piece big band. With a repertoire ranging from classic 1940’s big band arrangements to modern pop hits, their music draws from diverse styles including swing, jazz, blues, Latin, funk, and classic rock. They’ve performed as far away as Vancouver Island, the Northwest Territories, and even Cuba. In Calgary, you can find them playing at the Ironwood Stage & Grill, The Rec Room, and the Grand Theatre with local greats like Johnny Summers and Pat Belliveau. Their forthcoming EP was recorded at the National Music Centre.



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