|By Marketwired .||
|September 2, 2014 10:30 AM EDT||
EDMONTON, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/02/14 -- Edmonton's Shaw Conference Centre hosts half a million guests at over 700 events annually, including the following events taking place in September.
Sept 4 - 7 Country Music Week - Discovery Showcase Entertainment, new talent and great music. www.ccma.org Tickets: http://www.cvent.com/events/country-music-week-2014.aspx Sept 11 - E-Town Festival 12 Immerse yourself in new ideas from thought-provoking speakers, connect with other bright minds and enjoy a rare musical performance by a Canadian duo. Details and registration at www.e-town.ca Sept 12 KO Boxing presents Hostile Territory General admission, all-ages event with licensed beer gardens for patrons 18+. Tickets at Ticketmaster www.koboxingcanada.com Sept 17 2014 United Way Campaign Kickoff Luncheon Featuring speaker Don Burnstick, one of Canada's best comedians. myunitedway.ca Tickets at Eventbrite Sept 17 FEASTival of Fine Chefs A lavish evening with silent auction and multi-course dinner prepared by some of Edmonton's finest chefs. www.afpa.com Sept 19 2014 North West Dental Expo - Trade Only Register online at http://eddsonline.com/nwd14reg.php Sept 24 2014 Take a Mental Health Break(i)fast Support community mental health clinics serving children, adults and families. Keynote speaker Kevin Rempel, Team Canada Paralympic Athlete, Sochi 2014. Details and tickets at www.hopethroughunderstanding.com Sept 24 - AUMA 2014: Making All Matters Local 26 More than 1,000 of Alberta's decision makers come together. www.auma.ca Register at www.cvent.com Sept 27 Dropkick Murphys General admission, all-ages concert www.livenation.com Tickets at Ticketmaster Sept 28 Godsmack with Seether and Pop Evil General admission, 18+ event. Tickets at Ticketmaster Sept 30 Study and Go Abroad Fair Free admission but pre-register to save time at Canada's largest international university and student travel expo. www.studyandgoabroad.com/edmonton
Country Music Week Pancake Breakfast Sept. 4
The Shaw Conference Centre is kicking off Country Music Week in Edmonton with a downtown pancake breakfast on Thursday, September 4 from 7:00 am to 9:00 am outside the convention centre's Jasper Avenue entrance doors. Everyone is welcome to attend this community event celebrating the return of the 2014 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards to Edmonton. The toonie breakfast includes live entertainment by CCMA performers, with proceeds going to the Unison Benevolent Fund supporting the Canadian country music community.
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