12 places to watch live music in Alberta this February

Here's where to find live music in Alberta throughout February

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From Calgary to Lethbridge, there are some amazing live music events happening throughout Alberta this month. Whether you’re looking to experience an intimate songwriters session for Valentine’s Day with the Blue Jay Sessions in Calgary, a folk-rock concert in Edmonton, or an alt-country performance in Longview, there is something out there for every live music-loving Albertan.


Blue Jay Sessions: What’s Love Got To Do With It? (February 11-13)

The Blue Jay Sessions are back with a special Valentine’s Day edition of the songwriter sessions at The Prairie Emporium. With 16 Canadian musical acts performing over February 11-13, make sure you grab tickets!


Natural Twenty at the King Eddy (February 5)

Neo-funk band Natural Twenty are performing at the King Eddy on February 5. With original music made up of soul, funk, R&B and jazz, Natural Twenty brings an exciting show that you don’t want to miss.


Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan at the Grey Eagle Resort and Casino (February 11)


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Join Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan at the Grey Eagle Resort and Casino on February 11 for their highly successful “Grits and Glamour” tour. Grab tickets!


Alex Hughes presents “Songs and Spices” at The Prairie Emporium (February 9)

Join singer-songwriter Alex Hughes for a night of music in support of Centre for Newcomers at The Prairie Emporium. With food provided by Ethnicity Catering, make sure you grab tickets for a great night of food and music in support of a great cause.


Misery Mountain Boys at Blues Can (February 17)

Misery Mountain Boys will take the stage at the Blues Can on February 17. Make sure you check it out for a night of great food and music.


RiseUp Weekends Presents Busker Sessions with Michela Sheedy at Studio Bell (February 5 and 6)

Join Michela Sheedy at Studio Bell on February 5-6 for the RiseUp Weekend Busker Sessions. With performance times taking place at 1 p.m., 1:45 p.m. and 2:30 p.m, the timing is perfect for grabbing a coffee and a casual bite at Rosso Coffee Roasters before heading up to hear some tunes.


Reuben and the Dark at the Starlite Room (February 18)

The acclaimed folk-rock group Reuben and the Dark will perform at The Starlite Room on February 18. Grab your tickets before they're gone!


JoJo at the Midway (February 19)


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Grammy-award-winning R&B artist JoJo brings her tour to the Midway on February 19. This is a show you won't want to miss.

But if you do happen to miss it, you can just head down to Calgary and catch her performing at MacEwan Hall on February 20.


Dean Brody at River Cree Resort and Casino (February 25)


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Join premier Canadian country singer Dean Brody at River Cree Resort and Casino on February 25. His show is guaranteed to be full of hit songs and of course there is plenty to eat and drink at the casino before the show starts.


Tanika Charles at Festival Place (February 24)

Celebrated R&B/soul artist Tanika Charles will perform at Festival Place on February 24. With a commanding stage presence and captivating voice, seeing Tanika live is a must.

Red Deer

JP Saxe - The Feelings Are Stupid Tour at Bo’s Bar and Stage (February 19)


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Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter JP Saxe brings the “Feelings Are Stupid Tour” to Red Deer at Bo’s Bar and Stage on February 19 with up-and-coming act Alexander Saint opening up the show. Snag those tickets now!


Tyson Ray Borsboom at Owl Acoustic Lounge (February 25)

Owl Acoustic Lounge will host alt-folk artist Tyson Ray Borsboom on February 25. This is sure to be a great night of food and music.


The Twin Cities Series (kick off) at the Twin Cities Saloon featuring Amy Nelson and Mariel Buckley (February 26)

Head out to Longview, AB to soak up songs and stories by alt-country act Amy Nelson and roots singer Mariel Buckley. This show is the first in a monthly series from the saloon and season tickets (five shows total) are available via Showpass for $100 plus taxes and fees.