* 2019 Artist Line Up coming soon!
The Strathearn Art Walk SECLA stage, strives to bring an eclectic slice of the Edmonton music scene throughout the day. Located in the beer gardens stage sponsor South East Community League Association brings you live entertainment while you enjoy food and beverages from our partners Juniper Cafe & Bistro, Blindman Brewing, and Strathcona Spirits as well as water and San Pellegrino. Kids are welcome in the beer garden. This year's lineup brings established local musicians and scrappy up-and-comers ready to win new fans. From honky tonk to classical there's something for everyone all afternoon.
Orchestra Borealis Society - https://www.facebook.com/orchestraborealis/
A volunteer orchestra comprised of talented, passionate musicians, Orchestra Borealis rehearses once a week from September through April of each year to perform three captivating concerts. Our repertoire spans Classical, Romantic and contemporary orchestral masterworks, including lesser-known and Canadian contemporary composers.
Goldtooth - https://www.facebook.com/GoldtoothAccordion
Goldtooth, the beautiful gold-speckled accordion, and his pals Drew, Melissa, Allyson and The Fab Tiff Hall are gonna play all "your jams!" From Brittany Spears, to Ke$ha, or Jay Z, we're gonna cover all your bases. You're pumped. Goldtooth knows.
Jody Shenkarek and Country Vulture
Jody started her musical career sometime in the early nineties as one of the founding members of Edmonton’s All Woman Brothers Band. Over the years Shenkarek has been part of numerous local groups: in 1995 or 96 she formed Jody and the Millcreek Boys; soon she formed a duo alongside Gavin Dunn, opening for such names as Richard Buckner, Corb Lund, and Jay Farrar.
Suicide Helpline - https://www.facebook.com/suicidehelplineband/
Suicide Helpline makes nihilistic glam-punk for a post-truth world. The band’s debut Pink Jazz is snotty and fun, with a ’77 spirit and “catchy hooks that latch onto your brainstem and don’t let go for days” (Vue Weekly). Featuring members of Edmonton’s punk, goth, synthpop and psych-rock scenes, crowds can expect makeup, dancing and the occasional swallowing of guitar picks.
Benjamin Williams and Naeem Gabriel - https://www.facebook.com/BenjaminWilliamsOfficial
Benjamin Williams is a musician, singer-songwriter and producer from Edmonton, Alberta whose unique and buoyant zest has quickly established him as one to watch in the local music scene. At the ripe old age of 18, he possesses an unmatched ability to captivate you with his outrageously charming personality and musical prowess, whether performing at concert halls, coffee shops, festivals, charity events or busking.
Dylan Farrell Band - https://www.facebook.com/DylanFarrellmusic/
Dylan Farrell is a born guitarist whose playing displays a level emotional maturity and a technical depth and dexterity that is truly remarkable for someone only in his mid-twenties. Originally from Minto, New Brunswick, and began his professional career playing in his father’s band in Saint John at the age of 15. Upon moving to Edmonton in 2012, he almost instantly became a fixture in the city’s thriving roots and blues scene, lending his consummate skill as a sideman to several acts, and hosting a weekly blues jam at the Have Mercy Southern Table and Bar.
Having solidified a sterling reputation through these side projects, Dylan is now placing his focus on his own musical voice. With his band, the Dylan Farrell Band, he is a two-time winner of the Memphis Bound Blues Challenge, and semi finalist at the 2018 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN.