Blue Frog Studios announces the line-up for it’s professionally-produced July streaming concerts
White Rock, BC’s Blue Frog Studios has announced its exclusive early-summer live streaming concert lineup — including Jim Byrnes, The Kingpins, and more!
The homegrown series features everything audiences traditionally enjoy from a live show: premium production, incredible acoustics, and stunning visuals.
The only thing missing is a drink spilled on your shoe.
“This is a way for audiences to support and enjoy live music from their comfy couch,” Blue Frog Studios co-owner Kelly Breaks said. “We connect Canadians with performers and immerse them in the best concert sound they’ll ever experience at home.”
Blue Frog’s state-of-the-art concert theatre was already a jewel on the Canadian concert scene long before COVID-19 and the resulting concert cancellations became an issue. Able to accommodate up to an 80-piece orchestra plus an intimate 100-person audience, the studio provides world-class sound, lighting, video and audio recording technology — all helmed by an unparalleled production team.
Tickets for concerts at Blue Frog Studios are sold individually, but music lovers can also subscribe to the Studio’s Blue Frog TV. The $7.99 monthly “ticket” of sorts includes a virtual seat to all upcoming live streams, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and extended access to Blue Frog’s full library of archived shows — including the Philosopher Kings, Jane Bunnett, Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne, Crystal Shawanda, Jefferson Starship, Sue Foley, Daniel Wesley, Powder Blues, and (many) more.
July concert lineup at Blue Frog Studios:
Saturday, July 4 at 7 p.m. PST / 10 p.m. EST
Earlybird tickets: $14.50 ($19.50 after July 2)
Saturday, July 11 at 7 p.m. PST / 10 p.m. EST
Earlybird tickets: $14.50 ($19.50 after July 9)
Ladies Sing the Blues
Saturday, July 18 at 7 p.m. PST / 10 p.m. EST
Earlybird tickets: $14.50 ($19.50 after July 16)