Join us Wednesday nights in Pioneer Park (corner of West Saanich Rd and Clarke Rd) from 6:30-8:30. There's parking at the library, or you can walk or bike to the park. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and a picnic dinner, or buy dinner from one of our vendors. We sell 50/50 tickets each week to help us cover our costs, so remember to bring your $5!
Last year, we added an extra small evening concert. It was such a success, we plan to add extra shows at the Brentwood Bay Village Empourium this coming summer as well, all on a Thursday evening. This gives us the opportunity to present workshops and smaller intimate concerts featuring touring BC musicians.
For over 16 years we've hosted our outdoor concerts, and have helped other municipalities set up their own outdoor concerts. We're very proud of our all-ages event, which brings the community together each week.
If you wish to have your band considered for next year, please note that we do limit the number of cover bands that we book. We are looking for polished, experienced bands that can connect with the audience and play great music. We're looking for original, creative & engaging music that will suit an audience ages 0-100.
Please check out the bands from this year, and see if your band fits the bill. PLEASE NOTE: due to the high number of submissions we receive each year, we cannot reply to each submission. We will only contact those we are booking.
We are kicking off our summer season in fine style with these rockin R & B Legends from the West Coast Music scene. Come ready to dance!
have a listen here.
Auntie Kate hits the stage like a barely controlled force of nature, rocking and kicking out a powerful blues routine honed in the clubs of Western Canada. Auntie Kate and the Uncles of Funk stir up a mess of blues, seasoned with good old R&B and delivered on a plateful of soul and funk. Have a listen here.
The Vancouver-born son of Canadian roots rocker Barney Bentall, Dustin Bentall was raised on the music of Neil Young, The Band, Bob Dylan, Tom T. Hall, The Beatles and Steve Earle. He has toured with his band across Canada, down to Nashville, to Denmark, Germany and Ireland, opening shows for Kathleen Edwards, Blue Rodeo, Sam Roberts and Matt Mays. Kendel Carson, a rock & roll fiddle player, first played with Dustin in the Grand Cariboo Opry – and they haven't looked back. Have a listen here.
Bursting on to the Canadian music scene in the fall of 2014 with the release of a music video for their first single, ‘Hey, Allison’, Vancouver’s Echo Nebraska quickly gained a reputation of combining soul strung acoustic songs and subtle shades of Americana. Within a week of launching the band, CBC Music added the video to their list of Best New Music Videos for November 2014. Click here to have a listen.
Traditional & contemporary Irish, acoustic roots, Americana, West Coast Celtic, blues and old-time are all part of the Black Angus sound. Click here to have a listen.
Victoria's hottest cover band!
Soulgrass, roots, rock, and rhythm. The Electric Timber Co. is a collaborative of local musicians that include: Matt Bromley, Ronald Bell, Danielle Sweeney, Tyler Jackson Piercy, Esme John, Aaron Scoones, Mike Roma, Shawn O'Keefe, Peter Mynett, Chris Dobell, Myke Hall, Josh "Unky Murge", Jesse Manason, Mike Boyle, David Lang , Ghosty Boy, Robbie Aylesworth, Amhed Sidky, Mike Maclean, David Augustin, Alex MacCuaig, David Burke, Noah Edwards, Keiht Gallant, Hugh Mackie, David Flellow, Caitlin Tally, David Burke, Joby Baker, Casey Ryder, Brendan Pye, Jessica Benini, .....and growing