Milner After Dark Featuring Shannon and The Clams
If a unique library experience with tasty bites, interactive and fun activities with a stellar indie garage punk music band and great company are your thing, then join us for Milner After Dark featuring Shannon and The Clams on Saturday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m.
And we're thrilled to bring even more live music with opener Faith Healer! Their sound draws from psychedelia, folk pop and powerpop. You won't want to miss them!
This event is now sold out. Thank you for your support.
NOTE: To access the library for tonight’s Milner After Dark event, please enter through the main doors on the ground floor at the corner of 100 St. and 102 Ave.
Milner After Dark Event
Milner After Dark featuring Shannon and The Clams
The highlight of this event will be stellar musical performances by indie band Shannon and the Clams and local powerpop band Faith Healer!
Plus, be mesmerized by the dynamic aerialists from Firefly Theatre and talented Indigenous artist Lance Cardinal as he paints a mural. Make and create in our Makerspace, play retro video games in our Gamerspace and enjoy tasty bites in The Kitchen and more.
Saturday, April 15 from 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Plus, enjoy fun activities throughout the building like live mural painting with talented Indigenous artist Lance Cardinal, other local artists and more.
You’ll have exclusive access to the library with a chance to explore the Makerspace, Gamerspace, The Kitchen and more. This event is great as an outing with friends, a date night, or even a solo night. Join us!
- General admission: $35 (includes all library activations) - SOLD OUT
- Library Lover: $75 (includes access to our VIP lounge with free hors d'oeuvres and private cash bar) – limited supply. - SOLD OUT
Note, you must be at least 18 years old to attend this event.
About Shannon and The Clams
Shannon and The Clams
Shannon and The Clams is an indie garage punk quartet based in Oakland, California. Known for a vintage sound that incorporates elements of doo-wop, classic R&B, garage psych, and surf, Shannon and the Clams has drawn comparisons to both Buddy Holly and 1960s girl groups.
“Since forming in 2009, Shannon and the Clams have infused garage rock with flourishes of ‘60s doo-wop and neo-psychedelia…By incorporating a wider array of subgenres without losing their core identity, Shannon and the Clams create music that’s familiar without feeling redundant.” – Pitchfork.com
About Faith Healer
Faith Healer is Jessica Jalbert and Rene Wilson. Over the years the two have crafted a catalogue of songs blending Jalbert’s deadpan earnest songwriting with Wilson’s discerning production. With over a decade spent working in record shops, Jalbert’s influence run far and wide. Faith Healer's sound draws especially from psychedelia, folk pop and powerpop.
About Firefly Theatre
Firefly Theatre is at the forefront of aerial theatre in Canada. Their style of storytelling creates exciting and powerful theatrical performances, providing the audience with a memorable experience.