The Strong Sessions Concert

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The Strong Sessions Concert

VAMS' flagship Strong Sessions Concert is back and better than ever!

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Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre 181 Roundhouse Mews Vancouver, BC V6Z 2W3 Canada

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About this event

Disability isn't a barrier to good music.

The Vancouver Adapted Music Society (VAMS) is excited to bring back our flagship Strong Sessions concert for a fifth year! Experience a fun and interactive evening filled with nostalgia to celebrate nearly 35 great years of showing that disability is not a barrier to creativity.

Featuring performances from a variety of VAMS musicians with disabilities accompanied by established local artists, this is sure to be a concert experience like no other!

There will be an ASL interpreter available. This is a dry event; no alcohol will be served.

Join us on Thursday, October 6th at the Roundhouse Community Centre.

Location: Roundhouse Community Centre Theatre, 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver

Doors: 6:30 pm

Show: 7:00 - 10:00 pm

Tickets for this event are $10 each and count as a donation to VAMS. However, you are welcome to give more if you so wish! All proceeds directly support the Vancouver Adapted Music Society and its programs for local musicians with disabilities.

Performers:

  • Rachael Ransom
  • Jeff Standfield
  • Simon Paradis
  • sylvi macCormac
  • Greg '77 Spokes' Labine
  • Mark Ash
  • Chelaine McInroy
  • Massive Spasm
  • and more!

Stay tuned on Facebook and Instagram for more information!

This event will be filmed and posted to the VAMS YouTube channel. Check out previous years' Strong Sessions LIVE performances.

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About the Vancouver Adapted Music Society (VAMS):

VAMS supports and promotes musicians with physical disabilities in the Metro Vancouver area. We operate Canada’s only fully-accessible recording studio, release CDs, create music videos, and promote concerts. Formed in 1988 by two musicians with high-level disabilities, VAMS shows that disability is not a barrier to creativity. Learn more about VAMS.

Canadian charitable number: 130463607RR0001