Events

Bear Events

Date Event Description Time / Location
4/28

Krush It Comedy Contest - How Funny Are You?

100.3 The Bear and Connies Comedy present the KRUSH IT COMEDY CONTEST – How Funny Are You?

Join our very own Paul Brown at Krush Ultralounge takes part in these nights of amateur comedy!

Want to COMPETE? Sign up at www.conniescomedy.com. And have your chance at the AWESOME prizes like a pair of tickets to the SOLD OUT AC/DC Concert and $500 cash, or tickets to the Rainmaker Music Festival and MORE cash prizes! April 21 and 28th are qualifying rounds!

Partial proceeds go to The Bear Children’s Fund.

Tickets are $5.00 at the door.

18+ No Minors.

SIGNUP at www.conniescomedy.com

  • Must be 18 year of age to PARTICIPATE.
  • Must be FUNNY!
  • Must be able to perform 5 to 10 min set.
  • Please limit your profanity on stage and on your clip.
  • Be respectful of other comedians, your time on stage, and staying within that time. Points will be subtracted from going over time.

Judges will be looking for:

  1. Original talent
  2. Overall attitude and ability
  3. Creativity
  4. Ability to connect with the audience and audience reaction.
INFO TBA, Krush Ultralounge
5/3

Walk So Kids Can Talk

100.3 The Bear is proud to support the Edmonton Walk So Kids Can Talk.

Thousands of everyday heroes in communities across Canada will be walking side by side in support of Kids Help Phone on Sunday, May 3rd in the Walk so Kids Can Talk. Join our very own James P White at Hawrelak Park and be a part of the movement!

Kids Help Phone is a free, anonymous professional counselling service supporting the mental and emotional health and well-being of Canada’s 6.5 million kids ages five to 20. Whether their problems are big or small, kids know they have a safe, non-judgemental place to turn where they can work through their feelings and get help finding answers, 24/7 and 365 days a year.

Kids, adults, families, schools, community organizations and corporations will take part in this fun 5K walk to help ensure Kids Help Phone will always be there to listen when kids need to talk.

INFO Registration start: 9:30 AM | Walk starts at: 11:00 AM, Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Road, Edmonton, AB
5/5

Krush It Comedy Contest - How Funny Are You?

100.3 The Bear and Connies Comedy present the KRUSH IT COMEDY CONTEST – How Funny Are You?

Join our very own Paul Brown at Krush Ultralounge takes part in these nights of amateur comedy!

Want to COMPETE? Sign up at www.conniescomedy.com. And have your chance at the AWESOME prizes like a pair of tickets to the SOLD OUT AC/DC Concert and $500 cash, or tickets to the Rainmaker Music Festival and MORE cash prizes! April 21 and 28th are qualifying rounds!

Partial proceeds go to The Bear Children’s Fund.

Tickets are $5.00 at the door.

18+ No Minors.

SIGNUP at www.conniescomedy.com

  • Must be 18 year of age to PARTICIPATE.
  • Must be FUNNY!
  • Must be able to perform 5 to 10 min set.
  • Please limit your profanity on stage and on your clip.
  • Be respectful of other comedians, your time on stage, and staying within that time. Points will be subtracted from going over time.

Judges will be looking for:

  1. Original talent
  2. Overall attitude and ability
  3. Creativity
  4. Ability to connect with the audience and audience reaction.
INFO TBA, Krush Ultralounge
5/12

Krush It Comedy Contest - How Funny Are You?

100.3 The Bear and Connies Comedy present the KRUSH IT COMEDY CONTEST – How Funny Are You?

Join our very own Paul Brown at Krush Ultralounge takes part in these nights of amateur comedy!

Want to COMPETE? Sign up at www.conniescomedy.com. And have your chance at the AWESOME prizes like a pair of tickets to the SOLD OUT AC/DC Concert and $500 cash, or tickets to the Rainmaker Music Festival and MORE cash prizes! April 21 and 28th are qualifying rounds!

Partial proceeds go to The Bear Children’s Fund.

Tickets are $5.00 at the door.

18+ No Minors.

SIGNUP at www.conniescomedy.com

  • Must be 18 year of age to PARTICIPATE.
  • Must be FUNNY!
  • Must be able to perform 5 to 10 min set.
  • Please limit your profanity on stage and on your clip.
  • Be respectful of other comedians, your time on stage, and staying within that time. Points will be subtracted from going over time.

Judges will be looking for:

  1. Original talent
  2. Overall attitude and ability
  3. Creativity
  4. Ability to connect with the audience and audience reaction.
INFO TBA, Krush Ultralounge
5/19

Kids In the Hall

100.3 The Bear Welcomes KIDS IN THE HALL Tuesday, May 19th at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium!

Tickets are on sale now at Ticketmaster.ca for $63.65 - CA $70.40 (+s/c)

Show: 8PM
All ages


Comedy Sketch: http://bit.ly/KITHGirlDrinkDrunk

The Kids in the Hall are Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson.

A five-man sketch comedy troupe, “KITH” was formed in 1984 when members Foley and McDonald joined forces with members McCulloch and McKinney. Prior to joining “KITH”, McCulloch and McKinney had been performing sketch comedy as part of the Loose Moose Theater Company and with a troupe called “The Audience” in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. McCulloch and McKinney moved to Toronto in 1984 and joined Foley and McDonald in “KITH”, and the troupe performed at various comedy venues throughout the greater Toronto area (most notably, avenue called The Rivoli) for several years. Thompson, a university theater student, later joined the troupe after having been a member of the audience for several of their earliest performances.

Throughout their history, “KITH” has consistently won broad and passionate acclaim from both audiences and critics for their quirky, often dark, and thoroughly hilarious takes on the stranger angels of our nature. Their brand of comedy – which frequently sees them dressing as and portraying female characters with remarkable depth and understanding – is simultaneously fresh and timeless, a result of both their devastating ability to dig past the superficial to find universal human truths, and their refusal to stop looking for those truths as often as possible.

INFO 8PM, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
6/136/14

26th Annual Leduc to Camrose Johnson MS Bike Tour

100.3 The Bear is very proud to support the Leduc to Camrose Johnson MS Bike Tour running June 13th and 14th!

It’s time to kick off the 26th Year of this extraordinary two-day cycling event.
Join over 2000 cyclists as they ride to make MS history!

THERE IS STILL TIME TO REGISTER!

Are you ready to do something extraordinary?

The Leduc to Camrose Johnson MS Bike Tour, proudly sponsored by Edmonton’s Best Rock 100.3 The Bear!

INFO All Day, Starts at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers in Nisku
9/16

Norm Macdonald SECOND SHOW ADDED

100.3 The Bear welcomes NORM MACDONALD

With a SECOND SHOW ADDED
Wednesday, September 16th
Myer Horowitz Theatre – U of A

ON SALE: Thursday, April 2nd at 10AM
Link/Locations: Unionevents.com & Ticketfly.com
Prices: Advanced Tickets $39.50 (+s/c)

Show: 8PM

All ages

KEEP IT LOCKED ON THE BEAR TO WIN YOUR WAY IN!

INFO Show: 8PM, Myer Horowitz Theatre – U of A
9/17

Norm Macdonald

100.3 The Bear Welcomes NORM MACDONALD Thursday, September 17th at the Myer Horowitz Theatre – U of A.

Tickets are on sale now at Unionevents.com & Ticketfly.com
Prices: Advanced Tickets $39.50 (+s/c)

Show: 8PM
All ages


KEEP IT LOCKED ON THE BEAR TO WIN YOUR WAY IN!

Norm Macdonald is perhaps best known for his five seasons as a cast member on “Saturday Night Live” (SNL). For three years Macdonald anchored “Weekend Update”, SNL’s longest running recurring sketch. Macdonald also wrote for the popular ABC sitcom “Roseanne” and starred in “The Norm Show” from 1999 to 2001. Comedy Central named Macdonald #83 on the five part miniseries “100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time”. He is also noted as one of Conan O'Brien's favorite and most frequent guests on his various talk shows.

As a native of Quebec City, Canada, Macdonald began his stand-up career in comedy clubs throughout Canada.

http://www.normmacdonald.tv/ https://twitter.com/normmacdonald

INFO 8PM, Myer Horowitz Theatre – U of A

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