Join us for Happy Hour Monday to Friday from 4-7pm including live music from 5:30-6:30pm. Our happy hours are all ages events up until 9pm and all are welcome. Ask your server or bartender about our daily food and drink specials!

Monday, November 6th: The Raven and the Fox


Love-inspired mountain music by Canadian singer/songwriters Julie Chang and Sean Isaac.

Tuesday, November 7th: Rising Star Tuesdays with Robin Cisek, Homemade Psycho and Matthew Baba


Robin is a 19-year-old talented vocalist, songwriter and performer in the pop-alternative genre. Robin is excited to be releasing two new originals this month that she recorded with six-time Grammy award winning producer, Alex Houton in New York City.

Homemade Psycho was created after Ty Calder and Brodie and Cooper Walsh met at a one week Rock Band Camp at Visionary Centre for Performing Arts in 2015. Once September came they began meeting weekly, under the irreplaceable tutelage of Sean Presiloski, in the Band Factory program, to create original music and learn how to be rock stars! They have been meeting every week since then! Ty, 12 years old, is on drums, Brodie, 14 years old, is on guitar and Cooper, 11 years old, is on bass and vocals.

Matthew Baba is a 12 year old singer from St. Albert, Alberta. He has been taking music lessons at Visionary College in St. Albert since he was 18 months old.
He has performed in music videos for the Lurana Shelter Society and the United Way. He sang the national anthem at local hockey games and at the Edmonton Prospects baseball games at Telus Field. He has performed his own concert at K-Days. He has sung at the St. Albert Pride festival, the St. Albert Childrens’ Festival and the Snowflake Festival to name just a few.

Wednesday, November 8th: Grace Miazga


Grace Miazga is a folk singer/songwriter from Edmonton. Grace’s background in fiddling, musical theatre and the performing arts led her to the guitar a few summers ago.

Thursday, November 9th: NO HAPPY HOUR

Our upstairs neighbours aren’t huge fans of afternoon sound checks, so to keep them happy, we’re cancelling happy hour ahead of the Silverstein show. If you’re unfamiliar, they’re pretty loud! Thanks for understanding. We’ll be back with….

Friday, November 10th: The Silkstones


The Silkstones are an indie-rock group from the Lethbridge and Calgary area. Consisting of core members Ryan Phillips and Dylan Jerome Wagner, the two developed an honest and focused song writing relationship by becoming great friends not only in the band, but being supportive in their personal lives as well. Together, they push each other’s in their song writing limits farther and farther which matures the band’s sound. Their outlook on music has always been to take the art seriously and to have depth and thoughtfulness while songwriting.

   **No cover is charged for our Happy Hour performances, but we do pass a hat around the audience to collect donations for the performer. There is never any pressure to donate, but it is appreciated as every penny goes to the performer(s). Thank you for supporting the local music scene!