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Online events include Basically Ella, A Sip with Sparkle, Live @ The KCT, and QueeReads!

Thursday, December 3 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Andrew Johns, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Andrew Johns is a high-energy, one man show, who takes the audience on a gradual ride of music through the ages with his unique style of performance and humour.

Often described as a combination of Billy Joel and Elton John, his amazing vocal range allows him to tackle everything from opera all the way to Louis Armstrong, Nora Jones, Macy Gray, and Led Zeppelin. From Victor Borge style classical, to his trademark Elton John tribute, all the way to the latest pop hits and everything in between, Andrew Johns loves to make people smile and invoke emotion through his cover tunes and impersonations, with the occasional original song mixed in.

The indelible spirit, honesty, humour and talent of Andrew Johns is a performance you’ve got to see! You will definitely get more than expected every time with Andrew Johns!

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Friday, December 4 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Post-Modern Connection, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Post-Modern Connection is an indie-band that defies norms. By constantly showcasing eclectic inspirations, the band keeps you anticipating what’s next. Their soundscape varies, the music paired with thoughtful and carefully crafted song writing. Soulful R&B infused vocals meet catchy indie-pop riffs—electronic synths pair with classical violin—Post-Modern Connection’s ability to play with dynamics is apparent.

They describe their sound best as Indie rock meets Neo-Soul & RnB. The Strokes meets Leon Bridges. Inspiration comes from artists like King Krule, The Strokes, Alabama Shakes, and Early Eyes.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Sunday, December 6 – QueeReads – Christmas Blues (Part 3 of 4), 7 pm – 8 pm, written by Leigh Jarrett, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge, and sponsored by Leigh Jarrett, read by the lovely Dustin Dufault ~ Online

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he’d find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother’s annoying childhood friend, Michael, he’d been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza, and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael’s friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

Contemporary Bisexual Romance, rated R: Restricted – Suitable for viewers only 18 and older due to coarse language, sexual themes, mature content of a sexual nature, alcohol consumption.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Monday, December 7 – Basically Ella – Liquid Liner, 12:30 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE and presented by Ella Lamoureux ~ Online

Along with a fine, steady hand, applying liquid liner requires skill and conviction to create the look you desire. So much can go wrong when applying liquid liner, from gaps, drips, blobs and inconsistencies to the dreaded “droopy wing” (gasp!). Ella’s got the goods on how to make those eyes stop traffic and sing!

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Friday, December 11 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Early Work, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Early Work is a Kelowna-based alt-pop-punk band assembled through classifieds ads and hashed out in Kurtis’s parents’ garage. Early Work is committed to creating thoughtful, melody-dense bangers, with their sound reminiscent of groups like Microwave, Free Throw, Calling All Captains, PUP, Hot Mulligan, Trophy Eyes, Living With Lions, and Four Year Strong. Their new EP, Alpha, is now streamable on Spotify, Youtube, and Apple.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Saturday, December 12 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Jodie B, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Specializing in live looping, Jodie B produces and captures the sounds of hip-hop, indie and electronic dance music through a purple bass, a Fender Tele., and a 6 key harmonica belt, often performing alongside her sister Nique Blue, who plays mandolin, saxophone, and guitar.She has performed at Monday Mag’s “Best Music Festival in North America” Shambhala Music Festival every year since 2015 as a live performer at The Amphitheatre.

In October 2020, Jodie B released her first, self-produced album “equanimous”. An 8 track personal perspective on life, emotions, and lessons. Many of the songs on this album feature performances from her family, Nique Blue (her sister), and Makemdef (her partner). The three of them have also started a new project under the moniker, Manteasah.

From 2018 – 2020 Jodie B has opened for artists such as Kytami, DubFx, The Pharcyde, and Methodman & Redman. Jodie B has produced and co-produced for hip-hop legends Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Mayday, Nino Bless, and Atmosphere in early 2020. Jodie’s guitar, harmonica, and vocals are also featured on both tracks, which are scheduled to be released in early 2021.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Sunday, December 13 – QueeReads – Christmas Blues (Part 4 of 4), 7 pm – 8 pm, written by Leigh Jarrett, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge, and sponsored by Leigh Jarrett, read by the lovely Dustin Dufault ~ Online

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he’d find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother’s annoying childhood friend, Michael, he’d been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza, and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael’s friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

Contemporary Bisexual Romance, rated R: Restricted – Suitable for viewers only 18 and older due to coarse language, sexual themes, mature content of a sexual nature, alcohol consumption.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Monday, December 14 – Basically Ella – Eyebrows, 12:30 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE and presented by Ella Lamoureux ~ Online

Unless you’ve had too much Botox, the eyebrows can convey so many emotions. The brow is the crowning glory of the eye zone; Ella will guide you through how to create a masterpiece of your brows, taking into account eye shape, colouring, overall concept, and desired look.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Monday, December 14 – A Sip With Sparkle – Winter Blunderland, 7 pm – 7:45 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, and supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge and Okanagan Spirits Craft Distillery ~ Online

Sleigh bells ring…are you listening? Or, is that just Sparkle’s Grindr notification going off again? Whatever the case, we can’t wait for you to join us for A Sip With Sparkle on Monday, December 14, 2020: Winter Blunderland! It’s that time of year again when Sparkle is covered with the white stuff from head to toe… we’re talking about snow, of course!

A blizzard of beverages will be consumed by one and all over the Holiday Season, but Sparkle’s featured cocktails on this episode will be a “Hot Toddy” and “Santa’s Milk”. The sexiest elf this side of the North Pole, Ella Lamoreaux, will once again provide assistance and charm…while the girls decide who’s on their Naughty List or their Naughtiest List! 

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE

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What’s Happening (Online) this week in the Okanagan! Nov 30 – Dec 6, 2020


Monday, November 30 – Basically Ella – Contour to Blush, 12:30 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE and presented by Ella Lamoureux ~ Online

Contour is everything — ask any queen worth her salt! Let Ella teach you how to accentuate the positive through perfect application and contouring of blush, making you a mistress or master of disguise by magically shaping and sculpting your beautiful features.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Tuesday, December 1 – Gender Identity Group ~ Online

This is a positive, safe, inclusive, supportive space for, gender non-conforming, non-binary, transsexual, transgender, gender queer inter-sexed or questioning (or any variation there of under the rainbow spectrum) people living in or near Kelowna or the Okanagan are to discuss matters and various topics while providing and obtaining peer support.

We meet every Tuesday from 6-8 via Discord.

For more information on this group meeting, please join the Gender Identity Group on Facebook.


Sunday, December 6 – QueeReads – Christmas Blues (Part 3 of 4), 7 pm – 8 pm, written by Leigh Jarrett, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge, and sponsored by Leigh Jarrett, read by the lovely Dustin Dufault ~ Online

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he’d find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother’s annoying childhood friend, Michael, he’d been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza, and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael’s friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

Contemporary Bisexual Romance, rated R: Restricted – Suitable for viewers only 18 and older due to coarse language, sexual themes, mature content of a sexual nature, alcohol consumption.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


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Coming Up on Unicorns.LIVE

Online events include Basically Ella, Live @ The KCT, and QueeReads!

Wednesday, November 25 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Apollyon, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Join us as we welcome Apollyon to the Kelowna Community Theatre, live-streamed right here on Unicorns.LIVE! This Live @ the KCT performance will be available to all Unicorns.LIVE subscribers; non-subscribers may access the livestream for $9.99 (plus GST).

Formed in the autumn of 2014, Apollyon have been an active and influential part of the Okanagan’s heavy music scene for the better part of the past 6 years. Drawing influence predominantly from Death, Black and Post-Metal, their unique brand of dynamic extreme metal and dark, atmospheric live shows have landed them support slots for bands such as Wormwitch, Angelmaker, Wake and Origin. Apollyon is currently working on their second full length, and follow-up to 2018’s acclaimed LP, “False Light”.

Band Members:
Braden Farr, Matthew Depper, Nicholas Depper, Jesse Hett, Milan Bertucci.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Sunday, November 29 – QueeReads – Christmas Blues (Part 2 of 4), 7 pm – 8 pm, written by Leigh Jarrett, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge, and sponsored by Leigh Jarrett, read by the lovely Dustin Dufault ~ Online

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he’d find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother’s annoying childhood friend, Michael, he’d been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza, and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael’s friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

Contemporary Bisexual Romance, rated R: Restricted – Suitable for viewers only 18 and older due to coarse language, sexual themes, mature content of a sexual nature, alcohol consumption.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Monday, November 30 – Basically Ella – Contour to Blush, 12:30 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE and presented by Ella Lamoureux ~ Online

Contour is everything — ask any queen worth her salt! Let Ella teach you how to accentuate the positive through perfect application and contouring of blush, making you a mistress or master of disguise by magically shaping and sculpting your beautiful features.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Thursday, December 3 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Andrew Johns, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Andrew Johns is a high-energy, one man show, who takes the audience on a gradual ride of music through the ages with his unique style of performance and humour.

Often described as a combination of Billy Joel and Elton John, his amazing vocal range allows him to tackle everything from opera all the way to Louis Armstrong, Nora Jones, Macy Gray, and Led Zeppelin. From Victor Borge style classical, to his trademark Elton John tribute, all the way to the latest pop hits and everything in between, Andrew Johns loves to make people smile and invoke emotion through his cover tunes and impersonations, with the occasional original song mixed in.

The indelible spirit, honesty, humour and talent of Andrew Johns is a performance you’ve got to see! You will definitely get more than expected every time with Andrew Johns!

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Friday, December 4 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Post-Modern Connection, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Post-Modern Connection is an indie-band that defies norms. By constantly showcasing eclectic inspirations, the band keeps you anticipating what’s next. Their soundscape varies, the music paired with thoughtful and carefully crafted song writing. Soulful R&B infused vocals meet catchy indie-pop riffs—electronic synths pair with classical violin—Post-Modern Connection’s ability to play with dynamics is apparent.

They describe their sound best as Indie rock meets Neo-Soul & RnB. The Strokes meets Leon Bridges. Inspiration comes from artists like King Krule, The Strokes, Alabama Shakes, and Early Eyes.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Sunday, December 6 – QueeReads – Christmas Blues (Part 3 of 4), 7 pm – 8 pm, written by Leigh Jarrett, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge, and sponsored by Leigh Jarrett, read by the lovely Dustin Dufault ~ Online

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he’d find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother’s annoying childhood friend, Michael, he’d been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza, and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael’s friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

Contemporary Bisexual Romance, rated R: Restricted – Suitable for viewers only 18 and older due to coarse language, sexual themes, mature content of a sexual nature, alcohol consumption.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


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What’s Happening this week in the Okanagan! Nov 23 – Nov 29, 2020


Monday, November 23 – Basically Ella – Quick Smokey Eye, 12:30 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE and presented by Ella Lamoureux ~ Online

That mysterious, sensual ‘smokey eye’ doesn’t have to take all afternoon! Turn your daytime eyes into a stunning evening look in mere minutes! Ella shows you how to during this Quick Smokey Eye lesson.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Tuesday, November 24 – Gender Identity Group ~ Online

This is a positive, safe, inclusive, supportive space for, gender non-conforming, non-binary, transsexual, transgender, gender queer inter-sexed or questioning (or any variation there of under the rainbow spectrum) people living in or near Kelowna or the Okanagan are to discuss matters and various topics while providing and obtaining peer support.

We meet every Tuesday from 6-8 via Discord.

For more information on this group meeting, please join the Gender Identity Group on Facebook.


Sunday, November 29 – QueeReads – Christmas Blues (Part 2 of 4), 7 pm – 8 pm, written by Leigh Jarrett, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge, and sponsored by Leigh Jarrett, read by the lovely Dustin Dufault ~ Online

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he’d find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother’s annoying childhood friend, Michael, he’d been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza, and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael’s friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

Contemporary Bisexual Romance, rated R: Restricted – Suitable for viewers only 18 and older due to coarse language, sexual themes, mature content of a sexual nature, alcohol consumption.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


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Coming Up on Unicorns.LIVE

Online Events include Basically Ella, Live @ The KCT, and QueeReads!

Sunday, November 22 – QueeReads – Christmas Blues (Part 1 of 4), 7 pm – 8 pm, written by Leigh Jarrett, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge, and sponsored by Leigh Jarrett, read by the lovely Dustin Dufault ~ Online

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he’d find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother’s annoying childhood friend, Michael, he’d been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza, and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael’s friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

Contemporary Bisexual Romance, rated R: Restricted – Suitable for viewers only 18 and older due to coarse language, sexual themes, mature content of a sexual nature, alcohol consumption.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Monday, November 23 – Basically Ella – Smokey Eye, 12:30 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE and presented by Ella Lamoureux ~ Online

That mysterious, sensual ‘smokey eye’ doesn’t have to take all afternoon! Turn your daytime eyes into a stunning evening look in mere minutes! Ella shows you how to during this Quick Smokey Eye lesson.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Wednesday, November 25 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Apollyon, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Join us as we welcome Apollyon to the Kelowna Community Theatre, live-streamed right here on Unicorns.LIVE! This Live @ the KCT performance will be available to all Unicorns.LIVE subscribers; non-subscribers may access the livestream for $9.99 (plus GST).

Formed in the autumn of 2014, Apollyon have been an active and influential part of the Okanagan’s heavy music scene for the better part of the past 6 years. Drawing influence predominantly from Death, Black and Post-Metal, their unique brand of dynamic extreme metal and dark, atmospheric live shows have landed them support slots for bands such as Wormwitch, Angelmaker, Wake and Origin. Apollyon is currently working on their second full length, and follow-up to 2018’s acclaimed LP, “False Light”.

Band Members:
Braden Farr, Matthew Depper, Nicholas Depper, Jesse Hett, Milan Bertucci.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Sunday, November 29 – QueeReads – Christmas Blues (Part 2 of 4), 7 pm – 8 pm, written by Leigh Jarrett, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge, and sponsored by Leigh Jarrett, read by the lovely Dustin Dufault ~ Online

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he’d find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother’s annoying childhood friend, Michael, he’d been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza, and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael’s friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

Contemporary Bisexual Romance, rated R: Restricted – Suitable for viewers only 18 and older due to coarse language, sexual themes, mature content of a sexual nature, alcohol consumption.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE



Monday, November 30 – Basically Ella – Contour to Blush, 12:30 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE and presented by Ella Lamoureux ~ Online

Contour is everything — ask any queen worth her salt! Let Ella teach you how to accentuate the positive through perfect application and contouring of blush, making you a mistress or master of disguise by magically shaping and sculpting your beautiful features.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Thursday, December 3 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Andrew Johns, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Andrew Johns is a high-energy, one man show, who takes the audience on a gradual ride of music through the ages with his unique style of performance and humour.

Often described as a combination of Billy Joel and Elton John, his amazing vocal range allows him to tackle everything from opera all the way to Louis Armstrong, Nora Jones, Macy Gray, and Led Zeppelin. From Victor Borge style classical, to his trademark Elton John tribute, all the way to the latest pop hits and everything in between, Andrew Johns loves to make people smile and invoke emotion through his cover tunes and impersonations, with the occasional original song mixed in.

The indelible spirit, honesty, humour and talent of Andrew Johns is a performance you’ve got to see! You will definitely get more than expected every time with Andrew Johns!

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE


Friday, December 4 – Live @ the KCT, featuring Post-Modern Connection, 7 pm, presented by Rebellious Unicorns and Unicorns.LIVE ~ Online

Post-Modern Connection is an indie-band that defies norms. By constantly showcasing eclectic inspirations, the band keeps you anticipating what’s next. Their soundscape varies, the music paired with thoughtful and carefully crafted song writing. Soulful R&B infused vocals meet catchy indie-pop riffs—electronic synths pair with classical violin—Post-Modern Connection’s ability to play with dynamics is apparent.

They describe their sound best as Indie rock meets Neo-Soul & RnB. The Strokes meets Leon Bridges. Inspiration comes from artists like King Krule, The Strokes, Alabama Shakes, and Early Eyes.

To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page

Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE