The live music scene in Alberta brings a wide variety to choose from at some amazing venues. Here's where you can find some great live performances in Alberta from November 22-28.
Ocie Elliot at The Gateway (November 25)
Canadian indie-folk duo Ocie Elliot will be performing at The Gateway on November 25. From touring Canada and playing with the likes of Mason Jennings and Kim Churchill, you definitely want to grab tickets.
Acoustic Afternoons with Maddison Krebs at King Eddy (November 27)
Singer-songwriter and Project Wild Top 12 finalist Maddison Krebs will perform at the King Eddy on November 27. Acoustic Afternoons begin at 11:30 a.m. and make for a great way to get your Saturday started.
Bow Valley Music Club Presents Madison Violet and Emily Triggs (November 27)
On November 27, Bow Valley Music Club will host roots musician Emily Triggs and Juno Award-nominated songwriting duo Madison Violet. The show starts at 7 p.m.!
BREADMAKER Vol. 7 | Live at The Pioneer (November 23)
Breadmaker Volume 7 will take place at The Pioneer on November 23. The singer-songwriter circle will host Shaela Miller, Ryan Langlois, Steph Irene and Lindon Carter. Grab your tickets!
Chantal Kreviazuk at River Cree Resort and Casino (November 27)
Multi-platinum selling artist and Juno Award winner Chantal Kreviazuk will take the stage at River Cree Resort and Casino on November 27. Coming off the release of her newest album, Hard Sail the singer-songwriter brings a whole new lineup of songs to her show that you definitely want to check out!
Over The Moon at Parkland Community Hall (November 27)
On November 27, Northern Lights Folk Club will host folk duo Over The Moon at Parkland Community Hall. The award-winning vocalists and multi-instrumentalists will share an evening of great music that you don’t want to miss!
Tom Jackson: Stories, Songs and Santa Causes at The Arden Theatre (November 23)
Canadian entertainer Tom Jackson will share an evening filled with Christmas classics and stories at The Arden Theatre on November 23. Grab tickets!
Bahamas at the Winspear Centre (November 23)
Award-winning singer-songwriter Bahamas will take the stage at the Winspear Centre on November 23. Grab tickets for a night of authentic and honest storytelling for the Still Sad tour stop in Edmonton.