Sat Aug 27 2022

9:30 PM - 1:00 AM (Doors 8:30 PM)

The Starlite Room

10030 – 102 Street Edmonton, AB T5J 0V6

$25 + Fees

Ages 18+

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Saturday August 27
Purple City Music Festival Presents...

Papercuts
Faith Healer
Archaics

Doors 8:30pm  - Show 9:30pm - Starlite Room
$25 in Advance - More at the Door

For Purple City Music Festival Information & FAQ's :

PAPERCUTS :
apercuts is the musical project of California singer-songwriter and producer Jason Robert Quever, and various guest musicians. Quever was born and raised in Humboldt, California, spending a number of his early years in a commune, then moving to the Bay Area at the age of 10. Both his parents died in his teen years. After moving to San Francisco and studying at SFSU, Quever started Papercuts as a solo project, releasing his first proper album "Mockingbird" in 2004.[1] In 2007 came the critically acclaimed "Can't Go Back", followed by 2009's "You Can Have What You Want", both on Gnomonsong Records. 2011's "Fading Parade" was released by Sub Pop records, which was followed by a period where Quever focused on producing. He currently runs a recording studio in downtown Los Angeles. Quever is also known for producing artist such as Cass McComb's early work, as well as artists such as Dean Wareham (Galaxy 500), and Beach House. A sixth Papercuts Album on Oakland's Slumberland records entitled "Parallel Universe Blues" is being released in October 2018.

Papercuts covered Don Henley's "Boys of Summer" for American Laundromat Records charity CD Sing Me To Sleep - Indie Lullabies The CD was released worldwide on May 18, 2010.

The bands that Papercuts have toured with include Grizzly Bear, Beach House, Camera Obscura, Still Corners and Vetiver.


 

Purple City Music Festival Presents
PAPERCUTS with Faith Healer & Archaics

  • Purple City Music Festival

    Purple City Music Festival

    Indie Rock

    Purple City Music Festival is pleased to announce its full 2022 artist lineup! Between August 26 - 28th, Edmonton will host 80+ Artists in nine venues across the city. 

    Daytime programming will be located in Hawrelak Park, with evening performances taking place at historic Edmonton venues including The Starlite Room, Garneau Theater (Metro Cinema) and The Freemason’s Hall. 

    This year's Hawrelak Headliners will feature Brooklyn based and self-proclaimed dance punks !!! ( Chk, Chk, Chk ) electrifying the dancefloors of the covered amphitheater on Saturday. Oakland garage rock revivalists  Shannon & The Clams will close the outdoor stage Sunday with their own brand of psychedelic surf punk. 

    Hawrelak will also feature a secondary dance stage called the  Purple City Picnic. This stage will be curated by local tastemakers Night Vision and female-focused Collective Dollhaus Events.

    Kicking off the evening shows for the festival Friday will be a special, all-ages performance hosted by Metro Cinema from the first-ever champion of Canada’s Drag Race, Priyanka. Friday will also see the ecstatic, chaos-and-stimulation overload that is NYC’s noise rockers A Place To Bury Strangers at The Starlite Room. 

    Saturday will keep the party going with the Grunge inspired heaviness of Toronto buzz band Dilly Dally at the Freemasons Hall. Saturday will also feature San Francisco dream-pop staples Papercuts at Starlite

    Closing things out Sunday, The Freemason Hall will reverberate with the sound of California psyche rock troupe Death Valley Girls. Starlite will host a two-room, post-punk showcase featuring a headlining performance by L.A. goth rocker Glaare.

    Wristbands and Day Passes will be available Saturday, April 23, at 12 p.m. MST. Individual tickets go on sale Friday, April 29, 12 p.m. MST. 

    The full festival lineup also includes:  Mas Aya, Basement Revolver, Pearl Charles, Stillwaves, The Garrys,  ACTORS, Petunia, Blue Moon Marquee, Vagina Witchcraft, Mitch Davis (debut edmonton performance), Michael Rault, Archaics (reunion), Sister Ray, Faith Healer, The Velvetiens, Body Lens, Ghostwoman, Motorbike James  Uncanny Valley, Radiation flowers,  Total Chroma, Black Mastiff, Real Sickies, plus 30 more artists.

     

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Purple City Music Festival Presents

PAPERCUTS with Faith Healer & Archaics

Sat Aug 27 2022 9:30 PM - 1:00 AM

(Doors 8:30 PM)

The Starlite Room Edmonton AB
PAPERCUTS  with Faith Healer & Archaics

$25 + Fees Ages 18+

Saturday August 27
Purple City Music Festival Presents...

Papercuts
Faith Healer
Archaics

Doors 8:30pm  - Show 9:30pm - Starlite Room
$25 in Advance - More at the Door

For Purple City Music Festival Information & FAQ's :

PAPERCUTS :
apercuts is the musical project of California singer-songwriter and producer Jason Robert Quever, and various guest musicians. Quever was born and raised in Humboldt, California, spending a number of his early years in a commune, then moving to the Bay Area at the age of 10. Both his parents died in his teen years. After moving to San Francisco and studying at SFSU, Quever started Papercuts as a solo project, releasing his first proper album "Mockingbird" in 2004.[1] In 2007 came the critically acclaimed "Can't Go Back", followed by 2009's "You Can Have What You Want", both on Gnomonsong Records. 2011's "Fading Parade" was released by Sub Pop records, which was followed by a period where Quever focused on producing. He currently runs a recording studio in downtown Los Angeles. Quever is also known for producing artist such as Cass McComb's early work, as well as artists such as Dean Wareham (Galaxy 500), and Beach House. A sixth Papercuts Album on Oakland's Slumberland records entitled "Parallel Universe Blues" is being released in October 2018.

Papercuts covered Don Henley's "Boys of Summer" for American Laundromat Records charity CD Sing Me To Sleep - Indie Lullabies The CD was released worldwide on May 18, 2010.

The bands that Papercuts have toured with include Grizzly Bear, Beach House, Camera Obscura, Still Corners and Vetiver.


 
Purple City Music Festival

Purple City Music Festival

Indie Rock

Purple City Music Festival is pleased to announce its full 2022 artist lineup! Between August 26 - 28th, Edmonton will host 80+ Artists in nine venues across the city. 

Daytime programming will be located in Hawrelak Park, with evening performances taking place at historic Edmonton venues including The Starlite Room, Garneau Theater (Metro Cinema) and The Freemason’s Hall. 

This year's Hawrelak Headliners will feature Brooklyn based and self-proclaimed dance punks !!! ( Chk, Chk, Chk ) electrifying the dancefloors of the covered amphitheater on Saturday. Oakland garage rock revivalists  Shannon & The Clams will close the outdoor stage Sunday with their own brand of psychedelic surf punk. 

Hawrelak will also feature a secondary dance stage called the  Purple City Picnic. This stage will be curated by local tastemakers Night Vision and female-focused Collective Dollhaus Events.

Kicking off the evening shows for the festival Friday will be a special, all-ages performance hosted by Metro Cinema from the first-ever champion of Canada’s Drag Race, Priyanka. Friday will also see the ecstatic, chaos-and-stimulation overload that is NYC’s noise rockers A Place To Bury Strangers at The Starlite Room. 

Saturday will keep the party going with the Grunge inspired heaviness of Toronto buzz band Dilly Dally at the Freemasons Hall. Saturday will also feature San Francisco dream-pop staples Papercuts at Starlite

Closing things out Sunday, The Freemason Hall will reverberate with the sound of California psyche rock troupe Death Valley Girls. Starlite will host a two-room, post-punk showcase featuring a headlining performance by L.A. goth rocker Glaare.

Wristbands and Day Passes will be available Saturday, April 23, at 12 p.m. MST. Individual tickets go on sale Friday, April 29, 12 p.m. MST. 

The full festival lineup also includes:  Mas Aya, Basement Revolver, Pearl Charles, Stillwaves, The Garrys,  ACTORS, Petunia, Blue Moon Marquee, Vagina Witchcraft, Mitch Davis (debut edmonton performance), Michael Rault, Archaics (reunion), Sister Ray, Faith Healer, The Velvetiens, Body Lens, Ghostwoman, Motorbike James  Uncanny Valley, Radiation flowers,  Total Chroma, Black Mastiff, Real Sickies, plus 30 more artists.

 

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 18+
limit 10 per person
General Admission
$27.50 ($25.00 + $2.50 Fees )

Delivery Method

ticketFast

Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.