As most people know, Henotic is closing its doors, but it’s going out with a bang this weekend with the 3rd leg of the Wyrd Alberta traveling tour, Mammoth Cave Fest! Over 30 bands playing on all levels of the old fire hall!
So just because Henotic is closing shop, that doesn’t mean that live music in Lethbridge is dead. That’s why I am giving away 2 tickets ($30 value) to my faithful readers! You have up to 3 chances to win, and it’s easy!
One of our favourite Lethbridge bands, Endangered Ape, are releasing their second EP “Ape Shall Not Kill Ape” tonight at Henotic. Adam writes:
It has been many moons since Endangered Ape first started playing tunes here in Lethbridge to the fine members of the community and you have consistently blessed us with coming out, losing your shit, rocking out, and overall, being incredibly good-looking. Every night has been a frickin’ party, and it’s awesome that you fine people have checked us out.
If you weren’t at Henotic last night to catch the debut of Lethbridge’s hot, new girl-group (with 2 boys) The Myelin Sheaths, some crafty character uploaded their entire show to YouTube. He must of been standing right next to me the whole time and I never even noticed. Remind me never to be a watchman…
Not many people know this, but I once had a short-lived career as a Salsa dancer. Yes, it happened about a year after I gave up figure skating. I thought, “My feet cannot betray me.”
And I was right, both left feet stayed true. The same cannot be said for my ex-partner, Luciana. She was beautiful; her body flowed smoother than this expensive whiskey. But alas, Felipe, one of my many my rivals, stole her away from me. He won her with chest hair and championships, neither of which could I ever attain.
But fate not always be so unkind. No, one does not need a dance partner to take part in Henotic’s “Salsa Mondays.” All you need is a burning passion.