Where to watch live music in Alberta: August 30 - September 5

Where to find live music in Alberta this week

From Calgary to Cowley, Alberta has a wide range of live music happening this week. With great venues with amazing menus of food and drinks, here's where to find live music from August 30th to September 5th.


The Blue Jay Sessions: Anniversary Edition (September 1-4)

It’s The Blue Jay Sessions' 2nd Anniversary! Featuring songwriters such as Troy Kokol and Joni Delaurier of country duo Scarlett Butler, Marcus Trummer and Krissy Feniak, the songwriter rounds that are taking place from September 1-4 at The Prairie Emporium will have a lineup of food and drink options, making for a perfect evening of stories and songs.


Kitty & The Rooster and The Midnite Corn Dogs at Ironwood Stage and Grill (September 2)

Kitty & The Rooster are a rock and roll duo from Vancouver and will be taking the stage at The Ironwood Stage and Grill on September 2nd at 8 p.m. along with country, swing instrumental quartet, The Midnite Corn Dogs. The Ironwood Stage and Grill is always a great atmosphere for live music and has a great food and drink selection.


The Misery Mountain Boys at The Blue Can (September 2)

On September 2 at 8 p.m., head on down to The Blues Can for a night of music with The Misery Mountain boys. The four piece band plays everything from velvety jazz to upbeat blues. Pairing great music and the amazing food and drink menu from The Blues Can, this is a night of live music you don’t want to miss!


D’orjay The Singing Shaman and Dani Strong at The King Eddy (September 4)

On September 4 at the legendary King Eddy, country powerhouse D’orjay The Singing Shaman will take the stage to share a night of live music. Along with singer-songwriter Dani Strong, this is a night you definitely don’t want to miss!


Together Again YEG (September 4-5)

The Together Again YEG outdoor concert series at the Racetrack Infield on the Edmonton Exhibition Lands works to bring a safe, socially distanced live show featuring artists such as Kardinal Offishall and Salt-N-Pepa on September 4 and USS and Dear Rouge on September 5. With a restaurant style table setup with food and drinks, the concert series supports Edmonton businesses throughout the festival grounds.


'Saint and the Full 100 Band at Rocky Mountain Icehouse (September 5)

Rocky Mountain Icehouse will host four piece reggae band, Saint and the Full 100 Band on September 5 at 8 p.m. Rocky Mountain Icehouse has a great selection of food and drinks including wings, burgers and more.


Dueling Pianos with the Dueling Divas at the Patio at the Commercial on Whyte Ave (September 3)

For a night of great food and drinks, head on down to The Patio at the Commercial on Whyte Ave for their weekly Dueling Pianos with the Dueling Divas. Show starts at 7 p.m.!


Waynestock Music Festival at Last Chance Saloon (September 3-5)

The annual Waynestock Music Festival in Wayne, Alberta will take place from September 3-5. The lineup of artists includes Boots and the Hoots, Sergeant X Comrade and more. Last Chance Saloon will host the festival and have a solid lineup of food and drinks. Grab tickets for a great weekend of food and music!


Bennett Mitchell and Heather May at Flint Rock Ranch (September 4)

In support of the release of Bennett Mitchell’s forthcoming album, join Bennett and singer-songwriter Heather May for a night of live music at Flint Rock Ranch on September 4. The purchase of a ticket to the show comes with a full dinner including Mitchell Bros. grass-fed beef burgers, halloumi eggplant burgers and more.