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Friday, June 27 at 7:30pm. If you are just coming for the dance come after 9pm

Meet At:

Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Association
Notes: Meet in Parking Lot of HSCA at 730PM for Ride. Come to HSCA after 9PM if you just want to dance!!
By: Cyclepalooza
*Presented by Good Life Bikes and Cyclepalooza*

BIKE PROM 2014 celebrates the kick off Cyclepalooza’s 10 day bike festival!!!

Join us in your snazziest prom attire for a night of bicycling, dancing, music, and goooooood times.

The Bike Ride will commence at 7:30pm from the Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Association (1320 5 Ave NW) and make its way through the inner city with stops at a few of Calgary’s coolest spots. Anyone and everyone is welcome, as well as all cycling levels and abilities! The ride will finish back at the HSCA at 9 o'clock.

Doors will open at 9:00pm back at the Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Association for the party and live music. $10 cover at the door, to support GoodLife Bikes and Cyclepalooza. Low-income options available - contact Tessa at t_veikle[at] in advance.

Live Music includes:

Barnaby Bennett
Barnaby Bennett is a Canadian musician with a prolific track record of late. His catalog is a deep, genre-hopping body of work that is full of forays into everything from traditional folk, psychedelic pop & country rock, to experimental synthesizer music. At times, his tracks are a kaleidoscopic patchwork of all these types of sounds.

[at]Troy Schteinkenbrunnerthorpe

With solid gold beats, ROY LT brings a blend of rare treasures and gilded classics to the party. A "DJ's DJ", this Calgarian has quickly built a reputation for having fun behind the decks and being unpredictable. Weekly residencies at Local 510 and Commonwealth Bar & Stage have helped lay the foundation for a burgeoning night life scene in the city he calls home.

I Am The Mountain
I Am The Mountain is a Calgary based band that aims to capture the essence of a campfire on the beach over looking an incredible sunset. They want you to feel at home with their tunes, what they like to call "folk for the folks".

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