Jun
24
Sat
Cross Cultural Temple Tour
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Jun
27
Tue
Men’s Support Group @ Genesis Centre, 1000 Voices
Jun 27 @ 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Jul
1
Sat
Canada Day 150 @ Genesis Centre
Jul 1 @ 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Jul
4
Tue
Men’s Support Group @ Genesis Centre, 1000 Voices
Jul 4 @ 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Jul
6
Thu
RED FM Stampede Breakfast @ RED FM Studio
Jul 6 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

RED FM is proud to announce our first annual Stampede Breakfast taking place on Thursday, July 6th!

What makes our Stampede Breakfast special?  

The RED FM Stampede Breakfast is an “Indian Style” Stampede Breakfast”, this means that you will be served Paratha, Chai and all of the other goodies that South Asians enjoy every day for breakfast!

Breakfast starts at 0800 and goes until 1100, right in front of the RED FM studio.

Entertainment by Young Bhangra Club and other local performers.

RED FM will also be broadcasting “Good Morning Calgary” live with host Rishi Nagar.

Make sure you wear your best cowboy gear and get ready to eat and have fun in a whole new way!

*Breakfast limited to 500, first come-first serve 😊

*For more information, or to become a sponsor, call 403-286-1010

Happy Stampede!

 

Jul
11
Tue
Men’s Support Group @ Genesis Centre, 1000 Voices
Jul 11 @ 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Jul
18
Tue
Men’s Support Group @ Genesis Centre, 1000 Voices
Jul 18 @ 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Jul
21
Fri
RED FM Multicultural Idol 2017 @ Leacock Theatre, Mount Royal University
Jul 21 @ 7:00 pm

The open calls and on-air rounds are complete. 9 amazing singers have been selected to compete at RED FM IDOL, but only 1 will be the winner! Join us on June 24th to find out will become the 2017 RED FM IDOL. Tickets are free and may be picked up at the RED FM studio (max 4 per person).


RED FM IDOL 2017

Saturday, June 24th 2017
Leacock Theatre, Mount Royal University
Doors at 6:30 PM
Show at 7:00 PM SHARP!
(Anticipated show length is 90 mins)

For more information, call 403-286-1010


RED FM is proud to present our fourth annual RED FM Multicultural IDOL, featuring local singers from the Tamil, Gujarati and Bengali communities in Calgary. One singer from each language category will be crowned the “RED FM Multicultural IDOL”, will win prizes, and will be supported by RED FM to record and promote themselves throughout the year.

HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:

Listen to RED FM during the show featuring your language category for details:

Tamil:
Sundays from 8PM-9PM
vanakkam@redfm.ca

Bengali:
Saturdays from 9PM-10PM
jay@redfm.ca

Gujarati:
Saturdays from 7PM-8PM
seema@redfm.ca

TALENT CONTEST BASICS:

Each language category will host an “open call”. This is where you come in and show us what you’ve got for a chance to sing in the next round on-air. Of the people given an opportunity to come on-air and sing, 3 singers will then be invited to compete live at the show on July 21st. Of the 3 singers that compete at RED FM MULTICULTURAL IDOL, one will be crowned the winner in each language category. There will be 3 RED FM MULTICULTURAL IDOLS!

OPEN CALLS:

Each language group will host their own open calls which will start after June 12th. Please listen to your distinct language show for more information about the time and location of the open calls. At the open calls, you will be expected to sing for up to 2 minutes with or without music. If you choose to have music, you must supply all instruments or equipment necessary for the judges to hear the music. (Most people sing at the open calls with no music accompaniment) Those who impress the judges the most at the open calls will then be invited to compete live on-air.

LIVE ON-AIR ROUND:

If you are given an opportunity to sing live on air, you must do so during the show that represents the language you are singing in. (See schedule above) 3 finalists will be selected from those who sing/compete on-air, those finalists will compete at the final event on July 21st. On-air round judging will be subject to the same criteria from one singer to the next and from one language to the next. (Judging criteria outlined below)

FINAL EVENT:

3 finalists from each language category will compete with each other at RED FM MULTICULTURAL IDOL. Singers representing different languages do not compete against each other but only with the other singers in their defined language category. For Example:

Round 1 – 3 Tamil singers will sing for 2 minutes, one after another

Then

3 Gujarati singers will sing for 2 minutes, one after another

Then

3 Bengali singers will sing for 2 minutes, one after another

After all 9 singers have sang, they will all be brought out onto the stage and 2 singers from each language category will be announced as “moving into the next round”

Round 2 – 2 Gujarati singers will sing for 2 minutes, one after another

Then

2 Bengali singers will sing for 2 minutes, one after another

Then

2 Tamil singers will sing for 2 minutes, one after another

After all 6 singers have sang, they will all be brought out onto the stage and 1 winner will be announced from each language category. Those 3 singers will be the RED FM MULTICULTURAL IDOL in their respective language categories.

PRIZES:

Prizes will be given to all 9 singers at the event. The winner in each category will also receive vocal lessons, a photo shoot, a website, studio/recording time, music publishing, CD Printing (if desired) and promotional backing throughout the year, all funded by RED FM.

QUALIFICATIONS:

To compete in RED FM MULTICULTURAL IDOL you must:

  • Be 16 years of age by July 21, 2017
  • Be a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident of Canada
  • You must be able to sing in your language category (English is not permitted)
  • You must supply your own music to sing along with at the event (3 min. max)

JUDGING:

Each language category will have 1 designated judge who will score each singer based on a specific criteria during each portion of the contest. At the final event, all 3 judges from each language category will judge all of the singers together. Only the judge representing the language category that is singing will judge pronunciation. Judges scoring singers from a different language category will omit the pronunciation category but will score the singers on all other categories the same. All scores will be tallied during each round for each singer, which will determine who moves forward and who does not.

JUDGING CRITERIA:

Voice25 Points
Pronunciation10 Points
Stage Presentation10 Points
Judges’ Discretion5 Points

MAXIMUM TOTAL – 50 Points

Jul
25
Tue
Men’s Support Group @ Genesis Centre, 1000 Voices
Jul 25 @ 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm