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Events & Live Music
- 2024 -

TICKETS for events may be purchased

• online in advance,

• or at the door.

Thank you for supporting our local and traveling musicians :)

Once you've purchased your tickets,

please make a reservation! Phone (204)726-8785


Jakeleg Blues Band

Feb 16 • 8:00 - 10:00 pm

Dance to the jumpin’ • swingin’ blues of Jakeleg. A 6-piece band featuring Trumpet, Trombone, Harmonica and rhythm section. Jakeleg has been entertaining Westman audiences for over 20 years. Celebrate live music, instrumental improvisation and good times with the Jakeleg Blues Band!

open mic night

Open Mic

Feb 23 • 7:30 - 10:00 pm

Get in on the best open mic in town! Hosted by Brandon Open Mic's Dallas Hulley... if you're lucky you'll get to hear some good old "Dad Jokes".

This is an Open Mic for all local artists and entertainers to show off their talent! We want everyone from musicians to comedians, spoken word artists to hoop dancers! Got a magic act you’ve been practicing?! We want to see it! Come out and support local talent and show off some of your own! Get on stage and show your friends and family just what talent they have right under their noses!


Want to book a spot or know someone that should?! Text Dallas @ (204)761-1835

Jaryn Friesen

Jaryn Friesen

MARCH 1 • 8 - 10 pm

Singer/Songwriter, Americana, Country

Friesen's new collection is raw and simple, which makes the tunes feel like talking with a friend over a tall boy. His grovel-y voice with just the right amount of drawl sings of yearning for some place, some time elsewhere and hits familiar tones and themes which make it feel like coming home. Inspiration from storytelling troubadours like Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Gus Clark and American Aquarium help to create periods of reflection, both of oneself and the world around them. In any event, Jaryn gets what it means to be the man who knows how to talk about his feelings.

fuller hull

Fuller Hull

MARCH 8 • 8 - 10 pm

Country, Americana, Indie-Folk

Fuller Hull is a songwriter for the “Second Chancers”. His songs blend classic country and modern folk music into stories about bad decisions and good memories.


His second album is right around the corner, and you'll him on playlists alongside Nathaniel Rateliff, Mariel Buckley, Wilco, Jason Isbell, William Prince, Tyler Childers, Del Barber, and others in the New Americana genre.

Scott Nolan

Scott Nolan Tri0

MARCH 15 • 8 - 10 pm

Folk Roots

Scott Nolan is an acclaimed Folk/Roots songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and poet from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Treaty One territory.  Known for his spellbinding, intimate performances and engaging, often humourous, between song patter, his Trio provides exciting arrangement options for his music. Accompanied by long time musical friends Cory Wolchuk on piano and Paul Balcain on saxophones, the trio will cook up a generous portion of Folk, a dash of Roots, a splash of Blues, and a sprinkle of Jazz.  Manitoba Gumbo at it’s finest.

Cory and Scott began their musical journey together as high school kids, Cory on drums and Scott on bass.  While Scott stayed true to his musical path, Cory’s deviated until about a decade ago when they reconnected, and Scott helped Cory learn Scott’s music on the piano.  So, while not classically trained, Cory has developed a feel for Scott’s music that is deep and enriching.

Paul has played with an amazing who’s who of Manitoba musicians.  His musical connection with Scott goes back over twenty years, so he understands the simple elegance of Scott’s compositions and deftly weave his own magical thread through the music.


Trans Day of Visibility

MARCH 22 • 7:30 - 10 pm

The International Transgender* Day of Visibility (TDoV) is an annual event dedicated to celebrating trans and gender diverse people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide.


The year's event will include musicians, poets, and artists who identify as gender diverse. Featuring:







Proceeds will benefit the Westman Empowerment Fund (WMEF), a fund created to financially assist folks who identify as gender diverse with access to gender affirming care and support.

Tom Dowden

The Tom Cat Trio

APRIL 5 • 8 - 10 pm

The Tom Cat Trio is Tom Dowden, Deveryn Ross and Doug Sullivan, who’s combined years of experience date back to about the time Adam was a child.

Their repertoire is an eclectic mix, including; Rock, Blues, Pop, R&B, Funky, Jazzy, as well as a few originals - basically many of the types of music that form their influences over the years of playing.


Great music for dancing or just sitting back and listening!



APRIL 12 • 8 - 10 pm

Classic Rock,Folk Originals

Longshot is a musical duo from Neepawa consisting of Ron Nordstrom, guitar, vocals, and harmonica, and Hughie McLaughlin, bass and vocals. Between them they have many years of music experience. Ron played many years with the popular Neepawa group Swamp Gas and Hughie has played in several groups, the most recent being the Chris Ghidoni Band from Brandon. They both are members of the larger Neepawa band LunchMoney.


The duo play a wide variety of music including Classic Rock, Old and New Country, Folk, Easy listening, Blues, and several original songs.

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