Edmonton’s Dub/Ska/punk band Feast or Famine will be taking the stage

Well the Northern is offering up some great events.

Edmonton-based punk/ska/dub band Feast or Famine will start the Canada Day weekend off at The Northern.         

Looking for some great ways to celebrate the Canada Day long weekend? Well the Northern is offering up some great events.

Edmonton’s Dub/Ska/punk band Feast or Famine will be taking the stage to help start the weekend’s celebrations on Thursday night.

The band is passionate about punk music and skateboarding.

They are sure to get the crowd moving and get the party started for the long weekend.

To help Canada celebrate its birthday, the Northern is going to showcase some all Canadian music with it’s All Canadian All Night party.

Canadian DJs Kid EH!, Cona, PJ and Friendly Fire will be taking the stage playing classic Canadian tunes.

For more information on the events at The Northern visit their Facebook page at


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