Saturday, Aug 30
From the flamboyant fashions on the streets to the sounds that ushered a new electric era in rock, Jimi Hendrix impacted the swinging sixties in an unforgettable way. Widely considered one of the most creative and influential musicians of the 20th century, Hendrix ignited crowds with a new innovative style combining fuzz, feedback, and controlled distortion. Hendrix once quoted, "When I die, I want people to play my music, go wild and freak out and do anything they want to do!" You heard the man Red Deer! Join us on the last weekend of summer as local band the Klamdaggars re-birth one of the most popular and highest grossing touring acts in the world, "The Jimi Hendrix Experience." Woodstock meet FRATSTOCK. SHOWTIME 9PM | Cover $10

Sunday, Aug 31
Open at 2PM-10PM. Enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon on our patio with our delicious lunch menu made all the better with 20 choices under $12, and all sorts of twisted, stirred, and blended drinks on our new Summer Fling Drink Menu. Stay into the evening with $3 OFF steaks & 1/2 OFF bottles of wine as we screen CULT CLASSICS for the month of August.

Wolf Teeth
Wednesday, Sep 03
Rock/Blues/Alternative Sounds like: Tom Waits, Howlin' Wolf WOLF TEETH is a three piece rock band from Alberta, Canada. They formed in early 2014, and in that short time have already recorded an 8 song full length album with Jesse Northey at Riverdale Recorders. The songs are short, heavy driven, and straight-to-the-point and appeal to a wide variety of audiences. The album has a tentative release date in May of 2014 and the band should be making their way through Central Alberta very soon. Stay tuned! Showtime 8:30PM | No cover!

Nightkeepers featuring Dave Babcock
Friday, Sep 05
High-Octane Blues The Nightkeepers are a 4-piece Edmonton-based recording act that lights it up with their high-octane blues style. Amongst some of Canada’s best blues players, their line-up features the soulful voice and wailing tenor sax of bandleader Dave Babcock, the fiery playing of Juno-nominated guitarist Alex Herriot, the organ wizardry of skilled producer Doug Organ and the powerful grooves of drummer Jamie Cooper. Dynamic horn man and singer Dave Babcock won the Calgary Blues Music Association’s ‘Horn Player of the Year’ Award in 2013 and has appeared on two Juno Award winning albums. Guitarist Alex Herriot is a founding member of the award-winning band The Rockin’ Highliners and plays the blues with a passion matched by few. Owner of Edmontone Studio, Doug Organ’s prowess on the Hammond B3 Organ adds to his reputation as a consummate musician and award-winning producer. Jamie Cooper is a much in-demand drummer, at home both on stage and in the studio. Inspired by the saxophone, guitar, organ and drum combos that topped the R&B charts in the late-50s, The Nightkeepers sound is influenced by the likes of T-Bone Walker, Bill Doggett, Junior Walker & The All-Stars and Jimmie Vaughan. Whether they’re playing a small nightclub or a festival stage, The Nightkeepers always put on a great show, performing their exciting brand of original and vintage blues, R&B and surf-style music. The Nightkeepers released their debut album “Dusk Till Dawn” to two sold out crowds at the Yardbird Suite in 2011. "Dusk Till Dawn" received significant airplay on CKUA Radio in Alberta, peaking at 16 in the Top 30 Album Charts in July of 2011 and finishing the year at 55 in their Top 100 Albums of The Year. Their album garnered frequent airplay on CJSR Radio in Edmonton and tracks from "Dusk Till Dawn" have also been featured nationally on Holger Petersen's "Saturday Night Blues" show on CBC Radio. Showtime 9PM | $10 cover for show