Events

Sherwood Session with Danny Bell and His Disappointments

October 16th, 2021

Based in British Columbia on unceded Lhedli T’enneh territory, Danny’s music is regional. It’s steeped in his affection for his home in the hinterland, a blue collar town, the stink of the pulp mill, and everyday life in Northern BC. His writing is comedic and intelligible modern saga sharing. The music sits in a few genres, and could be called ‘Northern BC folk/story-teller/country/punK’. Danny Bell and His Disappointments released their second album, “Songs for the town”, in December 2020. Exclaim! magazine, called The album an “anti-capitalist, anti-elitist, anti-asshole folk record for small moments in small places.”
Ticket $12 Advance
19+ Event
No Dogs
*Masks Required*
*Proof of Vaccination Required*

PICKLEFEST

October 21st, 2021

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Join us Thursday, October 21 at 3:00pm for Picklefest, Sherwood Mountain’s very first Celebration of Pickles!

It’ll be a fun-filled day of excellent craft beer, live music by the talented Jim Ljungh, and a great selection of local pickles.

Come sample some of the creations donated by local pickle artists. From classic cucumbers to spicy carrots, we’ll have them all!

At 3:30pm we’ll be tapping TWO NEW brews – a delightfully refreshing Cucumber Sour and our own special experiment, a tangy Pickle Juice Pale Ale. Quantities are limited so try them while you can!

Picklefest 2021 brought to you by our Gold Pickle Sponsor, BC Brine!

Sherwood Session – Dean Chandler

January 31st, 2019

Show 8:30PM Tickets $10/Each

Dean Chandler is a singer/songwriter originally from Prince George. His acoustic guitar sets include an eclectric mix of originals and covers of rock, country, folk, jazz songs as well as a tributes to Canadian music.

19+ Events, No Dogs.

 

Sherwood Session – Saltwater Hank

January 24th, 2019

Tickets $10/Each

Saltwater Hank’s music echoes the traditions of regional folk artists of the past, with songs about people, place and perspective.

As a songwriter, his messages are delivered straight on, or thinly veiled well-crafted stories.

Sherwood Session – Paul Black

December 13th, 2018

Paul Black/Willms is an international recording artist with a grooved based funked up blues vibe that translates from his electric show to the acoustic with ease. With 2 CDs under his belt and a 3rd to be released in the spring Paul is looking forward to touring the new material.

19+ Event. Tickets $10 – Will update when Tickets are Available

Sherwood Session – Late Night On Air

December 1st, 2018

Late Night on Air is very excited to share an evening of music with The Dearly Departed at Sherwood Mountain Brewhouse. The evening will start at 8:30 and tickets are $15. Come on out to fill your music cup with two great local bands. You’ll get a double whammy of rich harmonies, sweet solos, thumpin’ bass and groovin’ drums.

Sherwood Session – Origami Army

November 29th, 2018

Tickets – $10
19+ Event

Origami Army is the musical vehicle for Al Peterson, founder of popular Canadian reggae group Tasman Jude, with whom he wrote four albums, won several awards for songwriting from Akedemia Music, Sun FM Radio, Tempo TV and scored a number one radio single with the song “Every Breath”.

With Origami Army he aims to create a journey as much as a sound. It is the musical exploration of life and the character of the human experience, with honest and humorous storytelling, and beautiful touching melodies. The music crosses genre boundaries to mix roots, infused with blues, western, rock and alternative influences work to create a style that at once feels nostalgic and fresh, timeless and familiar while stretching out into modern sounds and bold new ideas.

Having touring experience doing almost 700 shows across Canada, Australia and to the Caribbean, and winner of awards such as the 2018 Okanagan Singer-Songwriter Competition, Origami Army brings entertaining stories and anecdotes to create an atmosphere that invites you into his world.

An Evening Of Drums

November 15th, 2018

Hosted by Nate Northridge & Jay Hughes

Discussion & Performance featuring Yamaha Drums

Topics: Elements of a groove, playing for the song, double bass technique and much more!

 

Tickets available at Sight & Sound and at the Brewhouse

All proceeds go to “The Dare to Dream Foundation”

Sherwood Session – C.R. Avery

November 17th, 2018

Tickets $20

C.R. Avery is a musicians’ musician.

This is his new solo album and we’re proud to bring him to a wider audience. Whether playing in front of thousands on the folk festival circuit or in a small cafe in Berlin, C.R. Avery is a unique and electrifying performer. He simultaneously beatboxes, sings, plays harmonica and a Herbie Hancock 80s style red rocket keytar. Having drawn from a well of influences, C.R. is to hip-hop what Jimmy Reed was to Chicago blues; a one man traveling troubadour – but he is one for these modern times.

His lyrical skills and vocal delivery have brought him to the forefront of the international spoken word scene. He is a past winner of the CBC national Poetry Face-Off. Scratchy, smoky, beaten by years of cigarettes and off-mike shouting in cabarets all over the world, C.R. Avery’s voice is instantly identifiable.

Sherwood Session – Big Legged Woman

November 3rd, 2018

Join us for a night of Blues and Brews!

Tickets Available at the Brewhouse – $10

The Band Big Legged Woman is a tribute to The Blues Greats. From the same blues that have sculpted the sound of this dynamic trio, to the gritty acoustic sounds of the pre electric era and the face melting grooves of modern times. Big Legged Woman is going to take you on a journey to a dark place and then show you the light! Get on your dancing shoes and come enjoy a night of Blues and Brews!

Sherwood Session – Lester Quitzau & Michael “Barefoot” Treadway

October 11th, 2018

Show 8:30PM Tickets $15/each

Meet Canadian roots music artist and snowboarding pioneer Lester Quitzau, a mellow guy who throws down a heavy groove. In a field where intangibles like feel and integrity count for so much, Quitzau has forged an exemplary career. Distilling the experience of the past 25 years of writing, recording and performing his music, Lester has come up with an approach that is his own. His unique style and fluidity on slide, acoustic and electric guitars, coupled with his well crafted songs and warm vocals, are the fruits of this musical journey. Many of his followers have watched his career with love and loyalty in what began as a solid traditional folk/ blues foundation, that has branched out into myriad of influences and a sound that is his own.

Oktoberfest Beer & Bratwurst Fundraiser

October 11th, 2018

Fundraiser for the Rotary Club of Terrace Skeena Valley

Stop by anytime between 3:30-7:30 on Oktober 11th, 2018 for a Bratwurst, Potato Salad, Beer & an Oktoberfest Mug to take home!

Tickets $25 Available at the Brewhouse and Uniglobe Travel

Sherwood Session – Steelhead Society Fundraiser

October 4th, 2018

Limited Tickets Available $20/Each

All proceeds donated to the Steelhead Society

Keith Scott + Local Musicians Bull Trout, Bobby Middleton & Storm Carroll will be performing!

Sherwood Session – The Racket

September 20th, 2018

Based out of Smithers, BC, The Racket has gained a substantial following throughout BC’s Northwest in their seven years as a trio and have toured all over the rest of the province, giving them the experience to know damn well how to get a dance floor (or dirt field) grooving. From their original music, you can expect steady rock grooves, tight rhythms, and foot-stomping folk, along with subtle elements of jazz. Everything these boys do it topped of with a large dose of good energy and originality. With a lot of songs revolving around social change, they set the new ago to a heavy down beat…..

TORCA – Grand Funduro

September 15th, 2018

11AM-4PM

If you came to Yeah Girl/Yeah Boi last year then you know this is the event of the year that you don’t want to miss!!
Mountain biking, costumes, fun stations, prizes and beer … what’s not to love?
This year’s theme is Dress to Impress. It’s a fun event where the fanciest or most outrageous formal costumes (hers & his) will be rewarded.
Wanna race? That’s cool. Wanna ride at a social pace? That’s cool too. We’ll be handing out prizes to the fasties but there will also be prizes for the MOST AVERAGE time.