End Your 2015 with Live Music


We’ve had a really great year of music at the cafe hosting over 60 shows with some stellar performances from talent across Canada. There’s only a few weeks of 2015 so be sure to catch a show or two before years end.

Show info@ http://streamingcafe.net/events/



SOLD OUT: Windmills Album Release with guest Andrew Judah


web windmills copyStreaming Cafe is proud to present Windmills for the release of his new album “Measures” with special guest Andrew Judah

Show at 8pm – Doors at 7pm


Windmills is the moniker of genre-bending experimental ambient-indie loop artist, Cory Myraas.Since 2011, he has released two records, his debut, FACTOR funded LP,Keep Moving (2012), and 2013’s follow-up EP, Tilting. Both have been well received in Canada and internationally, from the US, Europe, Asia, and many countries in between. Perhaps most importantly, there’s evolution between the two releases with the Windmills sound progressing and his song-writing becoming stronger and more mature.

2014 saw the release of “Face To A Name” via Indie Shuffle, the first single from upcoming LP Measures, to be released in October 14, 2015.


SOLD OUT Séan McCann (Great Big Sea) live at Streaming Cafe


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Séan McCann, widely known as “the shantyman” of internationally renowned band, Great Big Sea, has spent the last 20 years sailing around the world enamouring audiences from Copenhagen to California. Known as much for his intense sea shanties as his tender ballads, McCann decided it was time to leave the comfort of safer waters and set out on his own for a new shore.

Show at 8pm – Doors at 7pm
SOLD OUT watch the live stream of the show @ http://livestream.com/streamingcafekelowna

All ages show | No reserved seating | No ticket refunds or exchanges permitted.


SOLD OUT – The Bros. Landreth: Runaway Train Tour with special guest Donovan Woods


Bottega Festival & Streaming Cafe is proud to present The Bros. Landreth: Runaway Train Tour with special guest Donovan Woods at Bottega Farm on Friday, October 23, 2015
SHOW: 7:00 pm
DOORS: 6:00pm


Thanks to our sponsors New Horizon Productions and Kelowna Folk Club

The Bros. Landreth
The Bros. Landreth earned their first JUNO for their debut, Let It Lie, which won for Roots Traditional Album of the Year in the group category. The band has been on a hot streak, signing with U.S. label Slate Creek Records, winning a Canadian Folk Music Award for best new act, launching a video on CMT, and garnering accolades from international media, including a spot on Rolling Stone’s list of country artist to watch at SXSW

“Leave it to a group of Canadians to dish up some of the best Southern-style blues we wolfed down all weekend. …a quiet storm of slide guitar solos, blue notes, three-part harmonies…” Rolling Stone: 20 Best Things We Saw at Americana Music Fest 2014

Donovan Woods
With a voice as notable as his lyrics, Donovan Woods is a critically acclaimed and in-demand Canadian recording artist, performer and songwriter. His third record, “Don’t Get Too Grand”, featuring the hit single “Put On Cologne” garnered radio airplay around the world, and was nominated for “Roots & Traditional Album of the Year” at the 2014 Juno Awards. Splitting his time between Nashville and Toronto, Woods’ versatile songs have been recorded by everyone from Canadian indie artists to established stars like Tim McGraw or Alan Doyle (Great Big Sea), and been featured in television shows, major motion pictures and commercials. Piercingly honest and quietly anthemic, Woods sings with a striking sense of the world that produced him – the unsung towns of Canada’s industrial heartland. The result is music that’s transporting, but never loses the dry, self-deprecating humour that has endeared Woods to audiences from the start.



Back in full swing for the Fall!


We’ve just the released the beginning of our fall line-up of shows, be sure to see who’s coming!


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Jenn Grant with guest Mama Kin – 2 NIGHTS!


Streaming Cafe is very proud to present Jenn Grant with special guest Mama Kin from Australia on Monday, July 20 & Tuesday, July 21 (Tuesday show SOLD OUT).

Jenn Grant – http://jenngrant.com/
Canadian indie folkstress Jenn Grant is as one of Canada’s premiere singer/songwriters with her latest release Compostela receiving two Juno Nominations.

Mama Kin – http://www.mamakin.com/
Part raconteur and all-out entertainer, Mama Kin has been nominated for ARIA and AIR awards in her native Australia.
As mischievous as she is charming, Fremantle’s Mama Kin is part raconteur and all-out entertainer. With a widespread reputation for her unique blend of foot-stomping soul, heart-wrenching ballads and stirring live shows, Mama Kin is back with a swag of new songs and a shift in sonic direction.

Show at 8pm – Doors at 7pm adv. tix $25+tx&fees
No reserved seating
No ticket refunds or exchanges permitted.



Jenn Grant http://jenngrant.com/

Mama Kin http://www.mamakin.com/


Bottega Festival | July 17-18, 2015!

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Streaming Cafe is proud to be partnering with Bottega Farm Inn to organize the ‘Bottega Festival‘ (formerly Lille Gard Festival). It will be held over the July 17th & 18th 2015 weekend here in bofestival_web_smallKelowna BC. The weekend line-up features many talented past performers of the Streaming Cafe. This family-friendly event will feature an eclectic mix of musicians (soul, folk, acoustic, pop, rock, & blues) along with a collection of local visual artists. We hope you will join us for what promises to be an inspiring weekend of Music and Arts.

Built on the 5 year success of the grassroots Lille Gard Festival, Bottega Festival will welcome a diverse crowd of all ages to experience 2 days of inspiring music, arts and entertainment. Proceeds will benefit New Horizon Romania – an organization serving the disadvantaged through education and medical services in Romania.

Early-bird tickets are now available on the Bottega Festival website: http://bottegafestival.com
Check out the talented line-up and keep up to date through the Facebook page, Facebook event page, Twitter and Instagram.


Danny Michel (LIVE!) & his vintage 1978 Star Trek Van

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Life’s too short not to tour Canada in a vintage 1978 Star Trek Van, right? So that’s exactly what Danny Michel be doing this June. Before recording a new album Danny thought he’d hit the road and test drive any new songs in front of some live audiences. But that’s not all. Along the way he’ll also begin filming a music show called “Dan’s Space Van” that will become a free webcast in the following months. The show will feature and interview musical guests across Canada. Of course, they’ll also perform IN the van. We’ve already lined up a bunch of familiar faces. He also tracked down the artist that airbrushed this gem in 1980. We’ll definitely stop and visit him too. Think of it as a mobile version of our “School Night Mondays” shows…it just happens to take place in a Star Trek-themed van”.

danny michel SOLD OUTWith two Juno nominations and six solo albums to his credit, Danny Michel is one of the finest and most charming songwriters to grace the stage. His honest and straight-forward lyrics, earnest live performances and witty stage banter have earned him a devoted global fan base. If you’ve seen Danny live in concert, you’re probably already a fan. If you haven’t, you are missing out on one of this country’s undiscovered musical treasures” (Toronto Star).

Streaming Cafe is proud to present Danny Michel on Saturday, June 6!
Show at 8pm – Doors at 7pm
The show is sold out

Tickets available here:


Featured Visual Artist of the Month: Hayley Stewart


We are so happy to have the amazing works of Hayley Stewart on our walls for the months of March & April. Come down and take them in and join Hayley and local folk duo Tiger Moon on Wednesday, March 4th for the art opening.

WEB: www.hayleystewart.com
FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/hayleystewart6


More about Hayley Stewart:
Originally from Ontario, Hayley studied fine art at the Ontario College of Art & Design. Toronto’s culturally rich metropolis, although inexhaustibly energetic, left a void in her style. She migrated west lured first by the ocean to Tofino and later by the mountains to Golden, British Colombia. In these flourishing landscapes, Hayley developed a voice synchronized to the natural aesthetics of the world. Currently residing in Calgary, Alberta, Hayley works part time in the theatrical industry as well as pursuing her own artistic career.

Hayley’s most influential discoveries as an artist were made exploring the beautiful and vast wilderness of Western Canada. In these inspiring settings she became vividly aware of some peculiar connections. A glance at nature reveals an overwhelming diversity. However, it turns out patterns and forms are repeated and the immense variety that nature creates emerges from the workings and reworking’s of only a few formal themes. Hayley often emulates these patterns of tree roots, veins, grains, and intestine-like meanders.

Hayley’s process begins on canvas with aerosol paint. There are typically two stages; chaos & order. Phase one, is explorative and expressive. Aerosol paint is applied, using a variety of techniques, with no intentions or foresights of the outcome. The second phase, is much more deliberate & controlled. She sketches, maps and plans the foreground, with meticulous detail. This contrast in her work creates balance & visual complexity. Common in all her work, is the use of bold colour. Hayley has an undeniable and inescapable attraction to saturated colour. Fascinated by the beauty, mystery & behaviours of animals, the appearance of intriguing creatures is common in her works.

Continuously exploring new processes, techniques, and mediums, Hayley aims not only for her pieces to be aesthetically pleasing, but also to draw attention to the beautiful details in life that are sometimes overlooked.


CBC Searchlight 2015


We have had the pleasure of presenting so many talented up & coming performers over the last 6 years and it has always been so great to see the support that CBC brings our Canadian artists. CBC Music is presenting another year of Searchlight and we are helping to spread the word!

Tune up your guitars and warm up your vocal cords, in less than a month CBC Music presents Searchlight 2015 – The Hunt for Canada’s Best New Artist. Last year, thousands of Canadian bands showcased their range of musical abilities, Lauren Mann & The Fairly Odd Folk took home the grand prize of a showcase at the CBC Music Festival and $20,000 in gear from Yamaha, and tons of other bands received radio play and national exposure that led to record deals, more radio play, coverage in newspapers and magazines, and tons of new fans.
Submissions open on March 2. What can you do to prepare now? Choose your song that will represent you throughout Searchlight, and head to CBC Music and create an artist profile.