Rogue Reloaded

We will kick off our fall season on September 11th in grand style with audience favourite The Paperboys! Between mid-September and mid-December you will likely see most of these talented BC artists on our stage: Viper Central, Meg Tennant, the Chris Ronald Trio, Lydia Hol, Beau (formerly Sarah Wheeler), Gabriel Dubreuil, The Lonesome Town Painters, Boxcar Campfire, The Rocket Revellers, The Burying Ground, Company B, Mark Perry, Dalannah Gail Bowen, Blackthorn, Tower Of Song, Roots & Grooves, Pharis & Jason Romero, Jane Mortifee, Shari Ulrich, James Hill & Anne Janelle, John Reischman & The Jaybirds, Mad Pudding and The Bills. All of the booking details are being finalized in the near future. Please check back here as more shows are added.

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The St. James Community Square picked as one of the CBC's '50 Magical Canadian Concert Venues'

Here's an excerpt from the article  ...

In 1928, it was the St. James United Church, but since 1993, the St. James Community Square has been a dedicated hub for artists, activists and community groups of all kinds in the Kitsilano neighbourhood on the West Side of Vancouver. It’s a humble building with multipurpose rooms, a daycare centre and a kitchen, but the centrepiece is that former church space: a beautiful wood-paneled hall with arched rafters and soaring ceilings, a stage, a piano, stained glass windows and a small balcony. Dedicated as the Mel Lehan Hall, named after a prominent local community member, the space is regularly home to the Rogue Folk Club which, in non-pandemic times, hosts regular concerts of local and touring folk, roots and Celtic musicians. Rogue Folk has hosted everyone from Loudon Wainwright III to Irish Mythen and Le Vent du Nord to Birds of Chicago at the Mel Lehan Hall. - Andrea Warner.

To read the entire piece, please go here. (Select 'Britsh Columbia' and scroll down.)