Fernie Music

On June 19, 2020 Fernie's own Shred Kelly released its new album Like A Rising Sun in a unique and COVID-friendly way. Utilizing the Fernie Heritage Library's Book Bike and filling it with copies of their album, they cruised the streets of Fernie, played songs from the album, and gave out free copies to the public!

Event Date: 
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Time: 
4-5pm

RedGirl is playing live to bring a little music to your Saturday afternoon, singing tunes right from their kitchen to yours! Watch for the live link on the Facebook or Instagram page, share with your friends, and song requests are welcome!

This August 7 and 8, the tenth annual Wapiti Music Festival takes place in the Annex Park, alongisde the majestic Elk River in beautiful Fernie, BC. Each spring as the event approaches the air is thick with anticipation. Who will headline this year? How can it trump the epic live performances we've enjoyed in past (Black Pistol Fire anyone)? One thing is for sure, the team at Wapiti never disappoints and getting early bird tickets is always a no-brainer.

Photo by Velvet Leaf Photography

Tonight is the night, folks. Elliott Brood is taking the stage at the Northern in downtown Fernie, BC and excitement is in the air.

Many of us were introduced to Elliott Brood here in Fernie, at the innaugural Wapiti Music Festival in 2011, and the band left all in attendance wanting more. Forunately, they have returned both at Wapiti and at the Northern.

It may be March 1, and the snow is still flying but many of us have our eyes set on summer! A big part of summer in Fernie is Wapiti Music Festival. Voted Best Cultural Event in the 2018 Fernie Fix: Best of Fernie Survey, this event not only brings a variety of exciting Canadian music to our backyard, it creates such an energetic and positive vibe for all in attendance and most importantly, a strong sense of community.

Event Date: 
Repeats every week until Sat Jan 12 2019.
Friday, January 11, 2019
Time: 
10:30pm

The Steadies take the explosively popular Top 40 sound and mix it with rocksteady and reggae influences, creating what they’ve dubbed, “island rock.” No matter your mood, The Steadies pick you up and carry you to the beach in your mind, the club in your dreams, the place you go to clear your head and dance. It’s a scene where rumbling fault lines rip open the dance floor, and the only thing that keeps you from falling over is the gravitational pull of the steady beat. The Steadies aren’t invited to the party---they are the party.

Shred Kelly just released a new video off their third album Sing to the Night, shot at Fernie Alpine Resort by local videographer Dylan Siggers with Fernie's infamous "Hot Dog Day" event as the theme! https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/sing-to-the-night/id961649368 

"Sing to the Night" from Shred Kelly's third album "Sing to the Night" (2015) available on iTunes

Shred Kelly "Sing to the Night" (Official Music Video)
Shred Kelly
Published on 2 Feb 2015