Matt Stern at OUTstages After Dark

Raucous cabaret numbers. Fabulous performance art. High camp. Heartfelt music. This weekend, we’re back at the theatre bringing OUTstages After Dark | Cabaret Livestream Series to your screens. Join us at 8pm on Facebook and Instagram as we go live from the stage at The Metro Studio.

Friday night is singer/songwriter Matt Stern with an intimate solo set, performing an all-request livestream. Matt Stern is known for infectious melodies, uplifting energy, and an ability to inspire a sense of community in a diverse crowd. Published for Precious and Sacred, a book dedicated to Indigenous children, and featured twice on, Matt performs in Japanese, French, English and Spanish and has been featured in Exclaim!, Italy’s Periodico Daily and on Let’s Go There (Channel Q) in Los Angeles. His new album, Take It or Leave It, was released in January 2020 on all platforms and its first music video, Full Moon, was screened at the Victoria Film Festival in February. That same week, the first single Don’t Tell Me was syndicated on CBC and picked up by shows across the country while French singles Dans mes rêves and Droit devant were broadcast on Radio-Canada. A recent feature in Addicted Magazine characterized Matt’s new album as “beautiful music that makes you feel seen and safe.”

Jason Camp and the Posers presents: an extravaganza of sights, sounds ,and songs for a severely severed socialite society or something in association with or something

In the depths of the great potluck ban of 2020, Jason Camp and The Posers recorded a live basement session on Haida Gwaii. Showcasing some new songs on a boring afternoon, some of the lost chronicles of Jonny Begel and his quest to return to his motherland, and some reminders that its good to focus on trying to smile as the world crumbles around you. So lean back and settle in, and join the Haida trio as they help you waste another afternoon.

Warren Dean Flandez ‘Home for the Holidays’ Virtual Concert

On Tuesday, December 22 at 7PM PST, enter the soulful world of two-time JUNO nominated, award-winning recording artist Warren Dean Flandez for a holiday charged, gospel infused virtual concert proudly presented by the City of Delta and supported by Creative BC. This unique holiday special will showcase reimagined Christmas classics along with original material from Warren’s JUNO nominated album ‘Speak’. This broadcast will air on the City of Delta’s Facebook and Youtube platforms as the finale of the ‘Home for the Holidays’ campaign dedicated to supporting local businesses and connecting the community during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Performances will take place in various locations across Delta showcasing Tsawwassen, Ladner and North Delta, the three communities that make up the unique tapestry of the city of Delta.

KAREN FOWLIE – LIVE ONLINE CONCERT – “A Tribute to Canadian Women in Song” (Pre-recorded)

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 7:00 – appx 8:00pm PST
Join Karen Fowlie and her friends Terri Breeze (bass), Mal Temple (drums), Owen Thomas (electric guitar) and Mike Hurst (keyboard) for their pre-recorded live concert from the comfort of their living rooms to yours. You will hear songs from Sarah McLachlan, Joni Mitchell, Shania Twain, Sylvia Tyson, Loreena McKennitt as well as “Moment in Time”, one of Fowlie’s Originals. Feel free to chat with the band live during the show. Hope you can make it!
Tickets through SideDoorAccess $10

Camaro 67 Quarantine Livestream Show

Please join Camaro 67 for our livestream show on Thursday August 27th at 7pm (PST). The performance will be streamed from our Facebook page.

COVID-19 has prevented the band from performing onstage together this year, and saw the cancelation of all our Spring and Summer bookings. We are very happy to be able to share this quarantine sessions performance with you live from your favourite mobile device. We would like to thank Creative BC for their support in producing this event.

Camaro 67 brings together classic Afrobeat influences (Fela Kuti, Tony Allen), and modern Afrofunk / Groove sounds (Antibalas, Budos Band, The Herbaliser) to produce a propulsive, high-energy, made-in-Vancouver heavy funk experience.

All proceeds from this event will be donated to the DTES Response fund. DTES Response is a consensus-based collective that provides agile responsive support for the unhoused and the precariously housed in the Downtown Eastside.

Donations to date are going to the following non-profit groups:
DTES SRO Collaboration – TORO program
Western Aboriginal Harm Reduction Society
Friends of Carnegie Community Action Project
Overdose Prevention Society
Aboriginal Front Door
Muslim Care Centre
Pace Society

Fun For Cover Quaranstream Volume 2

Join Fun For Cover for our second live stream performance during this very strange time. Remember a time when you could go to a bar? Remember when you could put on your best digs and and listen to a band at that bar? Remember when you could look at someone up then down annd say “Nice shoes!” We can’t give you a bar. We can’t give you physical closeness. But what we can give you is music, themes, and drinking cheap liquor from the comfort of your own home. I mean you guys will have to provide your own booze, but we got you covered for the rest. So… BYOQB.

Dress your best, take a photo and post it to our facebook wall. OR DM the band on instagram (@fun4cover) or facebook. We will select the best outfit and you could win A BRAND NEW FUN FOR COVER T-SHIRT!!!!!!!

We’re happy that we can share our music with you and feel very blessed that we live in a house together and are able to give you a full band experience. We went pretty long last time so we thought we make this one short and sweet. We can’t wait to make your Saturday night a little more FUN (for cover).

Stay Safe. Stay Healthy. We love you

Shari Ulrich Solo SequesterFest

It’s high time! All set up in my studio so I can, for the first time ever, do a concert that involves playing my grandparents’ Steinway grand piano. I am SO LOOKING FORWARD to seeing your wonderful faces after so long! (Well, if you choose to let me!). Side Door’s use of Zoom is the best and most enjoyable way to experience a non-live live concert that I’ve come across in these times. Co-hosted by the wonderful Mark Busse’s expertise in managing the room – including your questions and requests, I’ll be free to focus on the music and answer the some questions in lieu of an intermission. Snacks will be self provided by YOU in the comfort of your living room, bedroom, or whatever space (other than the bathroom!) from which you so choose to join in!

I’ll be doing ongs from my 43 years as a songwriter, from Fear of Flying to the new Back To Shore album on piano, guitars, and violin.