YEG Extra Life at KDays!

You probably already knew that KDays started tomorrow… but did you know just how Nerdy it’s going to be? YEG Extra Life is going to be putting on quite an epic week with sooooo many special guests, live entertainment and video games. Lots of Video Games.

Check their Facebook event page here for times. We’ll have even more KDays info for you soon… There’s a lot going on…

“Tournaments
We are hosting tournaments in Super Smash Bros. Wii U, Rock Band 4, Mario Kart 8, NHL 16, FIFA 16, Halo 5, Rocket League, Pokken, Just Dance 2016, and Street Fighter V. Tournament types and rules to be determined by number of registrants.

Registration for tournaments is starts every day at noon, first tournaments begin at 2:00pm.

For more scheduling information, click here: http://tinyurl.com/ho7jve3

Games and times subject to change.

*Updated: July 20, 2016:* Entertainment
We’re going to be hosting amazing musical performances and interactive fun! Here’s our guest lineup:

July 23 @ 7:30PM: Hey! Listen!
facebook.com/heylistenAB
Hey! Listen! is a seven piece instrumental band from Edmonton, AB specializing in classic video game music arrangements.

Members: Andrew Creswick (Bass) Stephanie Urquhart (Keys) Murray Cameron Smith (Drums) Geoff Li (Guitar) Matt Graham (Trumpet) Sean Bumstead (Trombone) Garret Johnson (Saxophone)

July 24 @ 2:00-4:00PM Vivid Vision (Vicki Lau)
facebook.com/vivivision
Vicky from Vivid Vision will be dazzling us with her amazing cosplay as well as giving away Animethon passes at the Mario Kart 8 tourney!

July 26 @ 5:00PM: WEM Microsoft Store, Hosting Halo Tournament
facebook.com/MicrosoftStoreCanada/
Our friends from the WEM Microsoft Store will be hosting our Halo 5 tournament and providing swag, laughs, and more!

July 30 @ 7:30PM: Orbis Orchestra
shawngmusic.com
Orbis Symphony Orchestra, previously named the “Edmonton Concept Pop Orchestra”, will perform video-game-related music!

Formed by Shawn Gan in 2015, the orchestra features versatile students from MacEwan University, University of Alberta, Royal Conservatory of Music, and even self-taught musicians.”