Ghostown Blues

+1 306 661 8481

Here at Ghostown Blues you can experience the organic beauty that remains in the craftsmanship preserved in our high quality, unique accommodations.  Sit by the fire and enjoy the quiet solitude while you enjoy the sunset. Put your feet up on the veranda & enjoy a glass of wine or have your supper out of the back of an original 1925 chuck wagon.  Experience the historic buildings, wagons and structures Greg has spent many years acquiring, relocating and restoring from the pioneer years on the Canadian Prairies. Ghostown Blues is one of, if not the only place in Canada where you can experience a feeling of connection to the land and spirit the early settlers must have felt when they risked it all for a better life in a new land.

Ghostown Blues is also a great venue for weddings, family reunions, conferences, holiday parties, and more.

Ghostown Blues supports and endorses full time independent professional musicians, performing original music in an intimate atmosphere. We also showcase local talent who support our music and have an interest in honing their craft with some of the best musicians going down the road today. You never know who you might find around the campfire at Ghostown Blues.

For all performances doors open at 7:00 pm with show at 7:30. The performances are "Music By Donation" (Suggested $20) with all proceeds to the artists. All ages are welcome to attend unless otherwise noted. Please feel free to bring your own beverages and snacks.

COME ENJOY OUR NEXT SHOW


The Burying Ground Monday June 19th, 2017 @ 7:30 PM

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The Burying Ground is an upbeat blues string band that brings the fire of punk to the technical prowess and distinct sounds of such early blues, country and jazz masters as Blind Blake, Bessie Smith, Gary Davis, Memphis Minnie, Big Bill Broonzy, Jimmie Rodgers and many others.

A band that shines when performing live, The Burying Ground has been charming audiences large and small across Western Canada, lending new life to old songs while performing original tunes that reference the 1920's and 30's but are for decidedly modern audiences. Known for their songwriting, they aim to shed light on aspects of the human experience that resonate into the modern day, touching on mental health, the traumas of war, social justice and good old fashioned lost and found love.  www.theburyingground.com

For All Performances Doors 0pen at 7pm - Show at 7:30 pm

Music By Donation $20 At The Door - all proceeds go to the artist