The Rogue Folk Club presents

Rachel Beck | Sarah Wheeler **POSTPONED**

Rachel Beck has cancelled her Western Canada tour. This concert will be rescheduled and if you have advance tickets they will be honoured then. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Rachel Beck (PEI)

Sarah Wheeler (Vancouver)




3214 West 10th Ave, Kitsilano

Accessible All ages

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Sorry, this event is POSTPONED until further notice


This Canadian singer-songwriter’s recent recording Stronger Than You Know is an echoing cry-out from a forest, a chilling dance upon a grave, an arrow shooting straight to the heart of what is, a call to strength. Intimate and close, the six-track EP, recorded at Echo Lake (Halifax), is sonically decorated amidst compelling electronic rhythms and dreamy synth layers. Beck’s vocals float across the vivid, harmony-laden, ethereal soundscape for which she has become known.

"Beck's rich, haunting vocals always deliver an emotional punch, something etherial and uplifting and a tiny bit mystical. The songs range from empowering to romantic, with georgeous, piano-based melodies. Lead single 'Warrior' is a showcase for Beck's songwriting skills - danceable, beautiful, but filled with strength - a modern feminist anthem. - Bob Mersereau, Top 100 Canadian | CBC Radio.

Stronger Than You Know follows Rachel Beck’s self-titled debut, which garnered​ two ECMA nominations, two Music PEI Awards​, and a SOCAN #1 Award. In addition to hitting #1 on the CBC Music Top 20 Chart in March 2018, Beck’s single Reckless Heart was named one of the Top 100 Canadian Songs of 2018 and ranked #4 on the All Canadian Fan Favourites of 2018 by CBC Music.   

Beck’s tour highlights include performing for Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, appearing twice at the legendary Stan Rogers Folk Festival, opening the 2019 ECMA Gala Awards Show, and playing beautiful festivals and stages from the Rogue Folk Club in Vancouver, BC to the Imperial Theatre in Saint John, NB. Her live show is exposed, empowering, connective.

“Rachel Beck knows how to bring an audience together, as she gives her all on both musical and personal levels, creating an atmosphere that is at once seductive and celebratory – an invitation to joy.” - Lynn Ann Bradley.


Sarah Wheeler is a queer artist and recent cancer survivor who is defined by power house vocals and an indomitable positive spirit. A blazing live performer. Although she has enjoyed collaborating with other musicians, lending her vocals to recordings such as “A Small Wonder” by A.C. Newman of the New Pornographers, and sharing the stage with artists including Dan Mangan and Tanya Tagaq, this Vancouver-based artist has consistently remained focused on writing and performing her own music.

Life changing experiences inspired Wheeler’s upcoming unreleased album Revival. Having been diagnosed with cancer and undergone treatment that kept her from performing for a year, Sarah wrote much of what would become her newest album during that time. Wheeler wrote, performed, produced and recorded all of the songs for Revival, giving it a perspective that is uniquely homemade. The result is a collection of songs with an unforced honesty and message of positivity through dark times.

Sarah Wheeler is a third generation Vancouver born Canadian singer/songwriter who has leant her vocals to recordings such as “Don’t You Think We Should Be Closer” by Edmonton’s Mark Davis of Old Reliable, and played live with artists including Mike McDonald of Jr. Gone Wild and The Be Good Tanyas. None of which means anything without something to say. Wheeler’s new album is a true Revival. Growing into a seasoned recording artist has been a natural progression for Sarah. In the present day pop culture climate of false celebrity, Sarah is an old fashioned believer in remembering that the true power of music is the love of it.

Sarah Wheeler has an “effortlessly big voice which falls somewhere between Chrissie Hynde and Neko Case.” - Adrian Mack, The Georgia Straight

“An artist who has always had it but really tapped the right points and doesn’t miss here” - Stuart Derdeyn, The Province

“One of Vancouver’s punchiest indie singers.” - Fish Griwkowsky, Edmonton Sun

Environmental Initiative: Like many organizations, the Rogue is concerned about the environment. We are doing our best to separate and recycle wherever we can. We use compostable cups at all shows, and charge 25 cents for all cups (beer, wine and coffee). We encourage people to reuse their cups if they return to the bar for another beverage. We also invite you to bring your own cup or glass. Beer drinkers can choose to consume right out of the can. These may seem like small things, but they are an important contribution to cleaning up our planet.

The Rogue Folk Club is pleased to provide great Sponsorship Opportunities for all our shows. For a nominal cost, individuals or businesses can sponsor any of our shows and reap a number of benefits - free tickets, reserved table, recognition on literature, our web site and at the concerts. Find out more here, or simply contact our Sponsorship Director Morris Biddle at