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362 Queen Street
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· Jul · 11 Sat at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Door at 7:00 pm Ends at 10:00 pm
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THE CAPITAL COMPLEX presents: TASTING NB in THE TANNERY in Fredericton, NB at The Capital Complex Sat Jul 11 2015 at 7:00 pm THE CAPITAL COMPLEX presents: TASTING NB in THE TANNERY in Fredericton, NB - Sat Jul 11 2015 at 7:00 pm

THE CAPITAL COMPLEX presents: TASTING NB

Tasting NB is right around the corner, with the event to take place Saturday July 11, 2015 this first time event is excited to announce some additional features.

Presenting the event alongside The Capital Complex is newly formed New Brunswick Craft Alcohol Producers Association(NBCAPA). The purpose of this newly formed association is to act as the representative and formal voice for an expanding industry that includes micro breweries, meaderies, wineries, cider producers and distilleries.

Producers include Picaroons Traditional Ales,Big Axe Brewery, Les Brasseurs du Petit-Sault,TrailWay Brewing Co.,Grimross Brewing Co., Railcar Brewing Company, The Pump House Brewery and Restaurant, Gillis of Belleisle Winery, Red Rover Brewing Company, Pollen Angelsmeade and Fils du Roy.

For the event, The Capital Complex will create the first ever beer garden atmosphere in Fredericton’s Tannery District.

The night doesn’t have to end early. The Capital Complex have brought on Dub Antenna. Fredericton’s own Dub Reggae group will be onsite for an evening of entertainment starting later that evening in Wilser’s Room as a post NB Tap Takeover Party.

Saturday July 11, 2015 join us for a full range of NB products to enjoy at your leisure between 7pm – 10pm.

· Jul · 23 Thu · Jul · 26 Sun
at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
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SHIFTY BITS CIRCUS: INF4RNO at Various Venues (Fredericton) - Thu Jul 23 to Sun Jul 26 2015 at The Capital Complex Thu Jul 23 2015 at 12:00 am SHIFTY BITS CIRCUS: INF4RNO at Various Venues (Fredericton) - Thu Jul 23 to Sun Jul 26 2015

Shifty Bits Circus: Inf4rno is the fourth annual arts celebration curated by the Shifty Bits Cult. For the love of Fredericton.

More information at www.shiftybitscult.com

Venues:

The Capital Complex

Connexion ARC

ReNeu Boutique

Sixty-Five York

Shiftwork Studio

· Jul · 31 Fri at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Door at 10:00 pm Show at 10:30 pm
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City Natives City Natives

City Natives is an award winning aboriginal group, consisting of four members: Beaatz, IllFundz, Gearl & BnE. Originating from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, this highly calibrated team of artists have achieved a lot in their short time of being together. Their drive, work ethic, unique style and diversity is what differentiates them from other artists. Not only have they built a name for themselves, but they’ve built a solid resume for themselves as well. From performing with acts such as Bone Thugs N Harmony, YG, SonReal and Madchild to touring Canada with Wu-Tang Clans own; Raekwon, these group of guys have solidified their reputation as established artists. In 2014, the group was nominated for “Aboriginal Recording Of The Year” with their debut album “4Kingz” and won their first East Coast Music Award. With their latest release of “Red City” being titled ‘one of the top 10 aboriginal albums of 2014,’ City Natives continue to make an impact in the Canadian hip-hop scene. As they possess the passion to pursue their dreams, do what they love, and share their talents with the world, it’s only a matter of time before we hear a lot more of City Natives. With your continuous love and support for real music and aboriginal talent, it’s only certain they will succeed.

· Aug · 1 Sat at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Door at 10:00 pm Show at 10:30 pm
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Tupperware Remix Party Tupperware Remix Party

No introduction needed to the Capital Complex: Tupperware Remix Party describes themselves as "Daft Punk, Iron Maiden, Justice and Parliament all smashed into five spandex-clad, key-tar wielding, pylon wearing, pelvic thrusting, wildly out of control individuals claiming to be from outer space, except with way more lasers, confetti, projection screens, and sci-fi references.”

All we can say is do your "homework" on these guys and don't miss out on the party of the year!

· Aug · 4 Tue at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Doors at 9:00 pm Show at 9:30 pm
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Crash Karma Crash Karma

What goes around comes around. Especially for Crash Karma. When they roared to life with their super-powered debut album in 2010, the members of this Can-Rock dream team — singer Edwin (formerly of I Mother Earth), guitarist Mike Turner (ex- Our Lady Peace), drummer Jeff Burrows (The Tea Party) and bassist Amir Epstein (Zygote) — were musical peers with separate but equal pasts. Almost three years later to the day, with their fittingly titled sophomore album Rock Musique Deluxe, they have grown into a band of brothers with a shared musical vision they’re willing to fight for. Even among themselves.

“When we first got together, I didn’t know the guys,” says bassist and main songwriter Epstein, who set up the musical blind date that launched the band in 2008. “I wasn’t friends with them and they weren’t friends with each other — which I actually thought was kind of strange, being that they were in three of the most successful bands ever in Canada. They had crossed paths when they toured, but they weren’t super-tight. So we weren’t very comfortable in the studio. Everybody was on their best behaviour. If someone made a suggestion someone else didn’t like, there wasn’t much criticism. Nobody wanted to offend. “Since then, we’ve played together, we’ve recorded together, we’ve toured together. And we’ve become close, a bunch of buddies. We know everything about each other now — all the dark secrets. So it was a lot different in the studio. We were comfortable with one another, we were honest with one another, we were open with one another. And it was way more opinionated — ‘That sucks! Do it again!’ Instead of everybody doing what they want, we did what was best. And we all ended up making a stronger album because of it.”

· Aug · 13 Thu at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Portes/Door at 8:00 pm Show/Heure at 9:00 pm
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Sweet Crude Sweet Crude

Originaire de la Nouvelle-Orléans en Louisiane, le groupe Sweet Crude
propose un savant mélange de musiques d’hier et d’aujourd’hui,
combinant la musique traditionnelle fran­cophone avec celle de leur
propre culture, créant ainsi une sorte d’explosion indie rock à
laquelle il est difficile de résister!

· Aug · 15 Sat at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Portes/Door at 8:00 pm Show/Heure at 9:00 pm
Tickets: $11.99 Taxes et frais de service inclus/ Incl. HST & fees. ($1.99 e-ticket fee)

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Danny Party Danny Party

Originaire de la Nouvelle-Orléans en Louisiane, le groupe Sweet Crude
propose un savant mélange de musiques d’hier et d’aujourd’hui,
combinant la musique traditionnelle fran­cophone avec celle de leur
propre culture, créant ainsi une sorte d’explosion indie rock à
laquelle il est difficile de résister!

· Sep · 15 Tue at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Door at 9:00 pm Show at 9:30 pm
Tickets: $11.99 Incl. HST & fees. ($1.99 e-ticket fee)

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Viet Cong Viet Cong

It takes less than sixty seconds of album opener “Newspaper Spoons” for you to decide that Viet Cong is a winter record. The album has barely begun, and the guitar doesn’t snarl until the end of that opening minute, but it still presents a palpable iciness in just a few short moments. It’s bitter. It stings. But once you’re in it, and you’re bracing yourself and charging ahead, “Newspaper Spoons” moves from a punishing, almost militarized drumbeat to a melody that’s still menacing but also delicate, almost celestial.

That instinct for humanizing a stone-cold song is Viet Cong’s greatest gift and sharpest weapon. It’s harsh, but exhilarating. Themes of deconstruction and disintegration, of hardening and crumbling seem to come from every direction. But time and again, they are rescued by something—a little bit of humor, a cathartic moment, even a basic human goof. In fact, as the members of Viet Cong worked through the songs that make up this record, they erred on the side of keeping those moments that save Viet Cong from being overly mechanized. “There have to be strange little goofups and stuff that’s sometimes intentional, sometimes not,” bassist and lead singer Matt Flegel explains. “I have a bleak sense of humor, too, so some lyrics might seem funny to me even though anyone else might think they’re desperately hopeless.”

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