Not Enough Fest is hosting our first skillshare for NEF participants who are considering starting a band for the 2016 fest!
It is free or by donation. If you plan on attending any sessions, registration is mandatory! Please fill out this form by Friday, January 29 @ 9:00 PM.
We will be hosting 5 different music related skill shares in one day. Each workshop is all-ages, and all skill levels.
*** This will start right on time as we need to be out of the space by 7 pm ***
2:00 PM – Intros
2:15 – 3:00 PM – How to Start a Band 101
3:00 – 4:00 PM – Vocals 101
4:00 – 5:00 PM – Drums 101
5:00 – 6:00 PM – Guitar 101
5:00 – 6:00 PM – Bass 101
How to Start a Band 101 – The idea of starting a band from scratch can feel overwhelming when you don’t know where to start. Come check out this short panel discussion on how to start a band and have your questions answered!
Vocals – Learn techniques and vocal tips from an experienced vocalist.
Drums – Learn basic drum techniques and familiarize yourself with the kit. **There will be only one actual kit at this session and participants will practice their techniques on practice pads.
Guitar- Learn basic guitar techniques and familiarize yourself with the instrument.
Bass- Learn basic bass techniques and familiarize yourself with the instrument.
If you are bringing your own instrument we ask that you bring it tuned to standard tuning. We will have tuners available if needed.
Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts is an all ages venue.
9225 – 118 ave
Accessible by transit on the #5 and #8.
Stops1538 (93 Street and 118 Avenue; 9 meters away) and 1469 (93 Street and 118 Avenue; 85 meters away) are the closest. Bus tickets available.
This is a physically accessible and all-ages venue.
– Has two front pull doors (long lengthwise handles) with automatic door buttons.
– Curbside dropoff at the main entrance from DATS is possible.
– There is a wheelchair accessible, single stall washroom in the main entrance by the doors.
– Due to the nature of the event, there will be a lot of noise, and it will likely be quite loud.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1694923794089475/
Amazing and inspiring poster by Kyle Fairall!