Jam Out With (and Support) Local Performers

Edmonton’s thriving music scene has gone virtual, with local artists sharing their sounds from home. Experience past and upcoming shows (and donate to good causes) by some of Edmonton’s most talented performers.

Courtesty makiisma.com

Von Bieker

Each week, Von Bieker puts on a live show with guest musicians and poets from across the continent.

Kimberley MacGregor

Empress Alehouse presented Kimberley’s show late last month, and she’ll be opening for Makiisma’s album release party April 11.


This doom folk-rock artist, along with her three-piece band, will debut their new album via live stream, hosted by the Sewing Machine Factory, April 11 at 7:30pm.

Carolyn Mark

Every Sunday, catch “Carolyn Mark’s Virtual Hootenanny” with long list of talented friends from across Western Canada.

Kristy Nanise

There’s nothing like a boozy accordion poetry show, and that’s exactly what you’ll get on April 20. As Nanise says, “it just might be the most delightful and semi-naughtiest way to spend an afternoon on a Monday!”

Ken Stead

You can check out Ken’s performance/fundraiser for single parents from last month, and keep an eye out for upcoming online shows.

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