Life is a Highway- Rhythm of the Rockies May show

Event date: 
May 6 2017 - 7:30pm
Location: 
U of C- Rozsa Centre
206 University Court NW
Calgary , AB
Canada

Calgary’s international award winning a cappella ‘Rhythm of the Rockies’ chorus takes a road trip across Canada to celebrate three women turning 50 during Canada’s 150th year.

Will they sing your favourite car song? Is it jazz, current or old rock or maybe a beloved Canadian song?

Plan on a special evening at the Eckhardt-Gramatte hall, filled with laughter and celebration as this trio of friends travels across our stunning land. Not to mention special guests Calgary's own 'Heebee-jeebees' adding their special style of a cappella entertainment. Featuring Region 26- 2016 quartet champions "No Strings".

What a rush!  Go buy your tickets now!

 

Parking

parking map

Parking is best at the Art Parkade – which is accessed by taking your first right off of University Gate.

Note: The +15 walkway on the 2nd level leads you right into Craigie Hall. Follow the signs to the Rozsa Centre (you will have to go down to the main floor). You can also exit the parkade on the ground level, cross the street and walk north past the Reeve Theatre, through the connecting hallway that joins Craigie Hall to the Reeve Theatre and follow the signs to the Rozsa Centre.

To drop off individuals with limited mobility, stay on University Gate (do not turn into the parkade). Turn right onto University Court, then right again – the front doors of the Rozsa Centre will be on your right hand side. To return to the parkade, follow the loop around and reverse the route back to University Gate. Please note that there could be construction detours along this route as a result of the new building that is being erected just west of the Rozsa Centre. There are a few handicap parking stalls located directly west of the Rozsa Centre in the small outdoor parking lot.

For Bus and C-Train information, call Calgary Transit at 262-1000 (buses stop right in front of Craigie Hall; the C Train stops on the East side of campus, at Crowchild Trail)