Harpdog Brown and the Travelling Blues Band July 12th

Harpdog Brown is a gifted vocalist and an imaginative harmonica player.  Guitarist Jordie Edmonds plays a lowdown understated style yet has plenty of flash when needed.  Doghouse bass player Pat Darcus drives the engine with his percussive style.  The Travelin’ Blues Show sometimes includes other guest musicians that befit the band and situation such as sought-after drummer Andy Graffiti.  Regardless of the incarnation you see, this show is unique, refreshing and leaves audiences feeling good and wanting more.


8 PM July 12th. No Cover but a donation to the Band would be appreciated.

WheelGrinders – Sept. 23rd

This very popular rockabilly trio is coming back to the Barley Station in Sept. 23rd  Be sure to get here early for a night of great music.

ART BATTLE – Sat. June 3rd

UPDATE – What a great night! We raised $ 11,000.00 for the hospital foundation! Thank you to all the artists and congratulations to Adam Meikle who was the nights big winner. And of course a big Thank You to everyone who came and helped make the night a huge success.



Salmon Arm, BC (April 20th, 2017) – A night of Art Battle® ​live competitive painting connects and celebrates the local Salmon Arm creative community while supporting the Shuswap Hospital Foundation. Twelve artists compete in timed rounds of live painting, the audience votes for winners, and all works are auctioned. The winner of this event will qualify for the BC Championships on June 24th in Vancouver.

The event and silent auction proceeds will support Shuswap Hospital Foundation in the purchase of much needed health care equipment and project completions in the Shuswap health care facilities to ensure the best healthcare for Salmon Arm and area. Specifically, these funds will be directed to the provision of a new labour and delivery bed for Shuswap Lake General Hospital.

Since 2009, artists have been coming together at Art Battle Canada events across the country with the goal of turning a blank canvas into a magnificent creation, and to share the secrets of artistic process with voting audiences. The movement has spread to more than 100 cities and 6 continents, with more than 1000 events produced. From Brooklyn to Europe, South America, Asia and beyond, Art Battle has showcased incredible creative talent and built communities and relationships that support live art as a way of expression, innovation and celebration.

All 16 works created at the Art Battle in Salmon Arm will be sold by silent auction on the night of the event.

Confirmed artists for the June 3rd competition include:12 artists and one wildcard artist will be chosen on the night of the event from applicants in the audience. Artists can apply to join the tournament at artbattle.com/join.

Advance tickets for this event are $35 and include some light food for audience enjoyment. Please visit artbattle.com for further information or to reserve tickets.

Tickets are also available at the Barley Station Brewpub or by calling 250-832-0999

Event Details:

AB551 – Salmon Arm, BC

Saturday, June 3rd

Gateway Public Market

2090 – 10th Avenue South West

Doors 6:30 PM


Art Battle is coming to Salmon Arm! Join us for a wonderful evening of creativity and community featuring local artists and connecting Salmon Arm to towns and cities around the world! Come and be part of the fun as a spectator, or participate as one of the featured artists by applying online at artbattle.com/join/ The winner of this event will advance to the BC Finals in Vancouver on June 24th with a chance to advance to Nationals this summer. Don’t miss it.

Ticket prices:

$35 General Admission (includes food)


Online Take Out Ordering is now Available

Our new online ordering system will make it easy for you to place orders directly from our website, Facebook page, and branded iPhone and Android apps.

Watch for our roll out early Feb. 2017 and get ready to download our Free app

** visit our website and click on the take out button to order and pay for your online take out order. Limited time only – Receive 10% off your first order.

Raine Hamilton with Brett Nelson – June 8th

Resonant, acoustic folk with an other-worldly edge, and a lyric presence that cuts deep. Prism-clear vocals + strings; A combination of vocal agility and power.

Raine is part prairie songstress, part storyweaver; Each song has a story, delivered between songs with humour and grace. Expect to laugh, expect to cry. Also, she’s probably shorter than you’re imagining, so expect that, too.

Raine invites her love of the violin into the singer-songwriter genre, writing for violin and voice, as well as for guitar and voice. Joined by cello and upright bass, expect string arrangements that push and pull, that move as they console.

Reviewers describe Raine’s music as “simultaneously earnest and mature” (Daniel Emberg, Stylus Magazine), “complimented by menacing strings anRaine has an established history of live shows, including performances for the Governor General of Canada, West End Cultural Centre, Edge of the World Festival (Haida Gwaii BC), Home County Festival (ON), Festival du voyageur, Rainbow Trout, Fire and Water, Harvest Sun, Matlock, Anola Little Music Festival, and the Shine on Festival of Music and Arts. d balanced out by Hamilton’s sugary vocals”  (Nicholas Friesen, The Uniter).


Music starts around 7:30. No Cover but please donate directly to the artist.


10th Anniversary Houseboat Giveaway Contest

Congratulations Linda Thompson ! Winner of the Twin Anchors Houseboat Vacation.

Thank you to Twin Anchors and all who entered.




Larissa Tandy – May 5th

Larissa Tandy was recently named as one of Australia’s top ten emerging songwriters.  Her instinctive, muscular songwriting and unrestrained performances are fast becoming her hallmarks, and she writes songs that communicate a sense of time and place, and invite the listener into the world of the song. Her most recent single, “shut down”, was picked up by radio in Australia, the US and the UK, and recommended by Canada’s CBC in their regular “songs you need to hear” feature. Between staking a claim on red carpets as a film composer for hire, Larissa has been hard at work in the studio with Jim Bryson recording her debut LP. The album, due for release mid 2016, showcases the songs and sounds that set her apart: potent stories, and a surprising, yet effortless blend of Southern Rock, 90s alternative, vintage gospel and country soul.


Music starts around 7:30. No Cover but please donate directly to the artist.

Pint & Paint Mondays

Next Paint Night – Feb. 13th – Sorry – SOLD OUT

Always wanted to paint? Bring your talent to one of our Pint and Paint Nights here at the Barley Station.

Visit meikle studios web site and sign up for one of the classes and discover your hidden talents while enjoying a pint of beer or a glass of wine at the Barley Station.

Feb. 20th and 27th

Cliffjumpers Dixieland Jazz Band – Last show April 27th

This local Dixieland Band performs Thursday night. Come and listen to the great sounds of Dixieland Jazz right here at the Barley Station.

Music starts around 7:30

Dinner Special – tba

Drink Special – Dixieland Tea –  Whiskey, Amaretto and iced tea – $4.99

Feb. 15th – West My Friend – Live Music

Described as everything from indie-roots to chamber-folk, West My Friend has an acoustic blend of instruments and four-part harmonies that challenges the conventions of popular music. The band features pure and thrillingly elastic vocals with catchy arrangements of bass, guitar, mandolin, and accordion that draw from jazz, classical, folk, and pop influences. Inspired by artists such as Owen Pallett, Joanna Newsom, Bright Eyes, The Decemberists, and the Punch Brothers, and forged from a sonically adventurous acoustic music scene on Canada’s west coast, West My Friend is proving to be a key part of a new generation of grassroots folk music.

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