White Rock, BC’s Blue Frog Studios has announced their exclusive early-Summer live concert lineup – including Jim Byrnes, The Kingpins, and more!
This is the “first-and-only of its kind” series of live-streamed concerts from the British Columbia-based broadcast and recording theatre are an experience for the ages, and feature everything audiences traditionally enjoy from a live show: premium production, incredible acoustics, stunning visuals.
“This is a way for audiences to support and enjoy live music from their comfy couch,” Blue Frog Studios co-owner Kelly Breaks says. “We connect Canadians with performers and immerse them in the best concert sound they’ll ever experience at home.”
Artists agree: GRAMMY and JUNO Award-winning singer/songwriter Dan Hill says “I want to kidnap Blue Frog Studios and take it around the world with me. I can’t wait to come back!” while Platinum-selling and one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s Greatest Singers of All Timers Paul Rodgers says “LOVE Blue Frog… What a great room.”
Tickets for concerts at Blue Frog Studios can be purchased in advance for individual shows, or music lovers can subscribe to the Studio’s Blue Frog TV. The $7.99 monthly ‘ticket’ of sorts includes a virtual seat to all upcoming live streams, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and extended access to Blue Frog’s full library of archived shows — including the Philosopher Kings, Jane Bunnett, Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne, Crystal Shawanda, Jefferson Starship, Sue Foley, Daniel Wesley, Powder Blues, and (many) more.
July Concert Lineup at Blue Frog Studios:
Saturday, July 4th @ 7pm PST / 10pm EST
Earlybird tickets @ $14.50 ($19.50 after July 2nd)
Saturday, July 11th @ 7pm PST / 10pm EST
Earlybird tickets @ $14.50 ($19.50 after July 9th)
Ladies Sing the Blues
Saturday, July 18th @ 7pm PST / 10pm EST
Earlybird tickets @ $14.50 ($19.50 after July 16th)
Get your tickets HERE.
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