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Edmonton based music group, Tallest to Shortest, are bringing their tight and twisty fluid surf-rock sound to the Royal on November 5.
Ascent to Powder and Winter of our Discontent had their Fernie premiers at the Vogue Theater.
This band combines their lighthearted and goofy approach with their punk/rock influences to create a fast, energetic and loud show.
The next edition of Indie Films Fernie is Into the Forest which will be screened at the Vogue Theatre on Nov. 6 at 5 p.m.
Sparwood’s own triple threat, pianist-composer-conductor Jesse Plessis returns.
Michael Saad is the author of All the Devils Are Here, was at the Sparwood Library last week for an author event.
Don Alder, an award winning guitarist, will be playing in Fernie on Oct. 8
As part of BC Culture Days, taking place from Sept. 30 until Oct. 2, Elkford artist Katherine Russell is opening her studio to the public.
he Edmonton-based trio is embarking on their biggest tour yet, and Fernie is the first stop on the Canadian leg.
Over the weekend of Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, the first annual Gillbilly Festival will be hosted in Fernie.
Canadian indie musician Noah Derksen is returning to Fernie for a Saturday night performance at Infinitea.
Vancouver-based indie-rock band, Echo Nebraska, is touring Western Canada, including at stop at The Northern Bar and Stage.
From Aug, 13 to 14, artists, artisans and purveyors of culture and heritage had their doors open for the Columbia Basin Culture Tour.
Musical duo Julia Bentley and Myla are scheduled to play two shows in Fernie this week.
The Columbia Basin Culture Tour will take place this weekend, starting at 10 a.m. and running until 5 p.m. on Aug. 13 to 14.
Ten bands will be taking the stage this weekend at the sixth annual Wapiti Music Festival.
More than 220 people attended the Elk River Alliance’s (ERA) Comedy Night raising almost $4,000.
Local author and teacher, Pepper Couëlle-Sterling released a children’s novel titled Secrets of the Painted Door.
Vancouver-based funk band, Five Alarm Funk, are returning to Fernie for an Aug. 6 show at the Northern.
This will be Linden Anthony's first year taking the stage at Wapiti.