Weekend Arts Around Town (September 25-27)

Don’t know what to do this weekend? If you’re not heading to The Centre for Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony’s Beethoven Marathon performance we’ve got a few ideas:

September 25-27
KOI Music Festival
Downtown Kitchener
See downtown Kitchener transform this weekend into a musical mecca. KOI Music Festival has emerged as one of the fastest growing indie music festivals in Canada. Coming up to the festival’s sixth year, there will be lots of amazing talent you won’t want to miss including Friday and Saturday night headliners July Talk and August Burns Red!
Centre In The Square will have a booth set up for the weekend. Make sure you come by to find out about all the amazing local and international talent we have coming, starting in September.

September 22-27
Impact 15 International Theatre Festival
Kitchener-Waterloo
IMPACT (International Multicultural Platform for Alternative Contemporary Theatre) is a biennial international theatre festival organized by MT Space designed to stimulate the development of the indigenous and culturally diverse theatre landscape in Canada. The festival focuses on interdisciplinary, intercultural, and physical productions and provides a unique platform to engage, play and rejuvenate with hundreds of artists and thousands of visitors from across Canada and beyond.
This year, IMPACT 15 features productions from Morocco, Iraq and Australia, theatre and dance from Halifax, Toronto, Vancouver and Whitehorse, as well as locally born and bred work.

Saturday, September 26 @ 3.15PM-5.30PM
Back to the 80’s Seasonal Show
Starlight Social Club
School of Rock students will perform a range of popular 80’s Rock songs in a real LIVE concert setting for School of Rock Kitchener-Waterloo’s end of season show at the Starlight Social Club. Enjoy local talent and hear songs from Bon Jovi, Prince, Twisted Sister and other epic artists.

If you know a great arts and culture event that should be featured here, get in touch with us