COVID-19 Cancellations & Postponements

IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding COVID-19 ("Coronavirus")

As public health policies evolve, there may be a number of events that will be cancelled or postponed.

We will be updating our event listings as and when we find out about these changes. Since this is a rapidly evolving situation, we encourage you to confirm any event listings directly with the event venues or organizers, or check via social media for the latest information.

· Nov · 3 Sat 7:30 pm at Artery
9535 Jasper Ave Edmonton, AB T5H 3V2

Tickets: $10.00 in advance, $15.00 at the door.
($1.99 e-ticket fee)


The Collective West

The Collective West

Edmonton, AB
Alternative / Folk

Alex KlassenHometown: Fort St. John, BCInstruments: Vocals, Guitar, PercussionOther Activities: Absurd side projects, watching documentaries and getting angry, mythical creature enjoymentFavorite Food: PhoTop 3 Albums of All Time: Jose Gonzalez - In Our Nature, Attack in Black - Marriage, Between the Buried and Me - Colors Erin Faught:Hometown: Beaumont, ... Read more

Fish & Bird

Fish & Bird

Raised on equal parts roots music and Radiohead, Fish & Bird have ... Read more

Lindsey Walker

Lindsey Walker

Lindsey Walker looks at the dark side of love and life through ... Read more

18+ No Minors // General Admission // Doors open at 7:30 pm // Show at 8:30 pm

Following the release of their acclaimed debut album, Things We Do, and their Western Canadian Tour, The Collective West has been busy recording their second album, Fire & The Ocean. The group plays fun-loving, inclusive, and innovative music with an energy that has quickly turned their shows into an Edmonton must-do—audiences have left not only with powerful music experience but also having been involved in the band's good-natured banter. 'Things We Do', has been called 'a must-have, not only for the folk music enthusiast but perhaps even the pop music lover' (Jon Squires, Merge Magazine) and a song from the album, Bottom Line, was recognized by the Calgary Folk Fest Songwriting Contest as Arusha's Song for Social Justice. Most recently, "Things We Do" was nominated for Roots/Folk Album of the Year in the Edmonton Music Awards. Following their Western Canadian Tour the band has been hard at work recording their second album to be released November 3rd. The album represents great growth in the band as a collective--showcasing a development in songwriting content to more mature themes and a shifting of instruments to create a larger, more impactful sound.

Joining The Collective West are sensational Victoria folk-bluegrass artists Fish and Bird and powerful local songstress Lindsey Walker.