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General Admission: $30.00

The Rocky Mountain-based band’s stories and songs rise from the very land they’ve protected as Canadian national park wardens. With haunting three-part harmonies and chilling tales, the band’s mountain music - blending folk, roots and western styles – reflects Canada's protected wilderness areas. Celebrating the return of wild buffalo, wrangling grizzly bears, lonely nights on the packtrail and reflecting on an environment in crisis, a performance by The Wardens has been dubbed “the quintessential mountain-culture concert experience."

Following the 2021 release of their third full-length album Sold Out at the Ironwood, band member Ray Schmidt was nominated Traditional Singer of the Year by the Canadian Folk Music Awards. The band has also received numerous regional nominations including 2022 Touring Artist of the Year by the BC Touring Council and Album of the Year by Country Music Alberta.

MARCH 8TH 2024

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Vancouver international mountain film festival

Tickets: $20.00

For the second year in a row we will be showing the Vancouver Mountain Film Festival. 

Grab tickets to this action packed award winning evening of mountain adventure films.


Driven by a passion for film, culture, and the outdoors, the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) Society seeks to advance appreciation of films and film-making while inspiring, informing, and educating the public in these areas.

VIMFF achieves its aim by producing film festivals and photo exhibits, and providing a forum for film-makers and photographers to present and discuss their works. Its instructional seminars on films, film-making, and photography provide further education for those seeking to develop their skills.

APRIL 18TH 2024

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General Admission: $30.00
Student/Senior: $25.00

Amai Kuda et Les Bois don’t fit into the usual boxes. Breaking boundaries is part of their superpower. Not a band or a solo act, they prefer to call themselves ‘a movement.’ Led by Amai Kuda, their shows and albums always begin with the pouring of libations and the invocation of ancestors. This spiritual element weaves its way throughout all their music, whether that be soothing acoustic ballads, dancy electronic grooves or alt-rock-hiphop-infused political tracks. Ecouché, for example, the “stunning new single” (Indie88) off the new album EmUrgency! is sung entirely in a language of ancestral communication and can’t be delivered the same way twice. It embodies what  NOW magazine has called the group’s  “tantalizing Afro-soul” fusion sound, "earthy and rootsy and good for your ears" (Errol Nazareth CBC in reference to  AfroSoul Volume II: MaZai). Indeed, it is the  genre-defying nature of their work which led their debut album, Sand from the Sea,  to be named “one of the year's most exciting discoveries” (Nicholas Jennings - Canada's foremost music journalist).


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Juan Martin blew us away on October 24th with his amazing flamenco playing.


local talent showcase!

Tickets: $20.00


Mother Tongue Documentary HALF/ASIAN & Amy the CODA, plus special guest Ben Coyle.

She's the child of a mother who is Deaf. He is mixed race. Together they are HALF/ASIAN and Amy the CODA, a synth-pop duo turning the spotlight on Deaf culture in the music industry. Join them on tour and discover how Amy's experiences became the driving force behind the band.

A mixture of film & music, this is a night to not be missed! Sit back and feel yourself being moved by this 22 minute documentary, followed by a set by Ben Coyle & HALF/ASIAN & Amy the CODA.

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