* Click on the name of each concert below to visit their web page.* Please be aware of the following COVID guidelines: - proof of double vaccination or negative Covid test results taken 72 hours prior to showtime will be needed for entry along with government issued identification. (Rapid Covid test results will not be accepted). -Mandatory masking is in effect for all patrons, in all areas of the building - no food or drinks allowed -Social distancing is strongly encouraged
* All concert start at 7:30 pm and door open at 6:30 pm*
"Wow, Martin Kerr - what a voice! Pristine, measured, beautiful." - Sarah McLachlan "Had me in tears" - Bruce Cockburn Martin Kerr might be the only artist in the world to have played 300 live shows during 2020-21. When Covid-19 cancelled all his touring and festival plans for 2020, he launched 'Stay Home Street Concerts' instead. As soon as the snow melted (in his adopted hometown of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) he was out on the streets every day, bringing music and hope to the masses, one block at a time. From their driveways, balconies and front lawns, every show finished with the whole street singing ‘You’re Amazing’, the uplifting, instantly singable hit from Kerr’s latest album. The street tour was a return to his roots.
Formed in the summer of 2013, The Bromantics are a Saskatchewan six piece that perform a sensational tribute to the 50s. They also perform original music following similar chord progressions, while working within the parameters of the genre. In making use of warm brass instruments in combination with vintage guitar tones, and accompanying them alongside doo-wop style harmonies, The Bromantics are reviving the era with a youthful energy.
Often referred to as the next Victor Borge, Sarah has transformed her award-winning role as "concert pianist" into a stand-up, or rather, sitdown comedy. Pairing anecdotes with music, "Perk up, pianist!" takes audiences deep inside the world of a classical musician as she shares her earnest efforts to keep her spirits up in the midst of troublesome times. Created, written and performed by Sarah Hagen, with original compositions