Aug
31
9:00 PM21:00

Steve Pineo's Elvis Show

Every August 16th is “Dead Elvis Day”, the day Elvis died. We usually celebrate his life and music on that day at Ironwood Stage and Grill, but this year I was away at the Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival (which was fantastic!). This year we celebrate Elvis on August 31st. Join me with Tim Leacock, Kit Johnson, Kelly Kruse, Earl McAuley and the fabulous Heebee Jeebees (a.k.a. Jonathan Love, Ken Lima Coelho, Chris Herard and Cedric Blary) for an unforgettable night of Elvis classics. Unlike the impersonators, we play faithful versions of his songs on real instruments. Shows sell out regularly so phone Ironwood right away!

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Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival
Aug
18
10:30 AM10:30

Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival

The Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival is a three-day music festival that occurs every third weekend in August. It has six stages and features an international roster of artists as well as a strong contingent of Canadian talent. The event takes place at the Salmon Arm Fair Grounds, an 18-acre site at the base of Mount Ida in Salmon Arm, a town located on the shores of the Shuswap Lake in British Columbia.

The festival features folkbluesworld, alternative, roots, electronica and many other different types of music and fusions. The festival also has food vendors, an artisan market, beer gardens, workshops, a children's area, and camping. It is wheelchair accessible[1] and offers free admission to children 12 years and under as part of the festival's ongoing mandate to educate audiences to the diverse genres of music and musical instruments, and to the artists who play them.

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Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival
Aug
17
10:30 AM10:30

Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival

The Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival is a three-day music festival that occurs every third weekend in August. It has six stages and features an international roster of artists as well as a strong contingent of Canadian talent. The event takes place at the Salmon Arm Fair Grounds, an 18-acre site at the base of Mount Ida in Salmon Arm, a town located on the shores of the Shuswap Lake in British Columbia.

The festival features folkbluesworld, alternative, roots, electronica and many other different types of music and fusions. The festival also has food vendors, an artisan market, beer gardens, workshops, a children's area, and camping. It is wheelchair accessible[1] and offers free admission to children 12 years and under as part of the festival's ongoing mandate to educate audiences to the diverse genres of music and musical instruments, and to the artists who play them.

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Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival
Aug
16
10:30 AM10:30

Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival

The Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival is a three-day music festival that occurs every third weekend in August. It has six stages and features an international roster of artists as well as a strong contingent of Canadian talent. The event takes place at the Salmon Arm Fair Grounds, an 18-acre site at the base of Mount Ida in Salmon Arm, a town located on the shores of the Shuswap Lake in British Columbia.

The festival features folkbluesworld, alternative, roots, electronica and many other different types of music and fusions. The festival also has food vendors, an artisan market, beer gardens, workshops, a children's area, and camping. It is wheelchair accessible[1] and offers free admission to children 12 years and under as part of the festival's ongoing mandate to educate audiences to the diverse genres of music and musical instruments, and to the artists who play them.

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