Hawksley Workman

Hawksley Workman is a multi-talented singer-songwriter who has won a JUNO Award and has been certified Gold Record. His music career spans from his indie debut in 1999 to chart-topping singles in 2020. Hawksley’s work ranges from major-label international hits to indie releases deeply rooted in Canadiana. He has a collection of 17 solo records…

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Ocie Elliott

Ocie Elliott pen tunes that feel lived-in. You can hear their memories, moments, and emotions in the dusty acoustic guitars, the sparse production, and the graceful harmonies between Jon Middleton and Sierra Lundy. Their experiences as a couple pour into a living and breathing vision for 21st century folk amplified by alternative nuance and unassuming…

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Postponed – Allison Russell with Aysanabee

Postponed due to weather, hold on to your tickets until further notice. Allison Russell’s second album, The Returner, is a powerful expression of Black liberation and self-respect. Recorded with an all-female musical collective called The Rainbow Coalition, the album showcases Allison’s immense talent and features special guests Brandi Carlile, Brandy Clark, and Hozier. With a…

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Feist

Leslie Feist had a busy decade. Her album Let It Die won a Juno award in 2004, and her album The Reminder in 2007 earned her four Grammy nominations, six Juno wins, and the Shortlist Music Prize. She also taught on Sesame Street. Feist made her Saturday Night Live debut, toured the world, collaborated with…

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Jeremie Albino with Benjamin Dakota Rogers

Jeremie Albino’s grainy ballads are inflected with a joyous tenor that has found him a distinct space in the world of Americana, folk, blues, and country. Reimagining the image of the lonesome wanderer, his music is rooted in the instant when everyone in a room experiences the same moment in a multitude of different ways—embodying…

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Funk the Halls feat. The Funk Hunters with Maddy O’Neal

In a sea of carbon-copy producers, The Funk Hunters have cultivated their signature sound by creating forward-thinking electronic music that is influenced by old school funk, soul and hip-hop. As longtime friends, collaborators, and multi-dimensional artists, Nick Middleton and Duncan Smith’s chemistry is perfectly aligned. Middleton steers the band’s studio efforts, having produced, co-written, and…

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The Rural Alberta Advantage with Julianna Riolino

Standing room only. Limited accessible seating available.  The Rise & The Fall is the fifth studio album from award winning, charged folk-rock trio The Rural Alberta Advantage. It is the first album featuring the return of original band member, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Amy Cole alongside Paul Banwatt (drums) and Nils Edenloff (lead vocals, guitar, keyboard).…

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The Paper Kites with FONTINE

Accessibility Information Assigned seating. There’s been no stopping for The Paper Kites since their critically acclaimed 2015 album twelvefour and their 2018 On the Train Ride Home and The Corner Where You Live. With official platinum certification in the US, Melbourne indie folk outfit The Paper Kites released their highly anticipated fifth studio album ‘Roses’…

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Vance Joy

Australian indie folk singer/songwriter Vance Joy began his career playing the Melbourne open-mike scene at the end of the 2000s while completing his law degree.

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The Weather Station – Ignorance Tour

Due to current public health orders, the West End Cultural Centre has outlined COVID-19 protocols for concert attendees. Please visit their website for more information. Opener: Jacob Brodovsky RSVP ON FACEBOOK Accessibility Information *Limited Seating Available Ignorance, the new album by The Weather Station, begins enigmatically; a hissing hi-hat, a stuttering drum beat. A full…

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