An intimate and acoustic performance aboard the historical S.S. Moyie Sternwheeler.
Love live music? Love live music in a one-of-a-kind historical venue!? You’re in for a treat…an intimate concert with the region’s up and coming singer-songwriters aboard the historical and elegant S.S. Moyie sternwheeler, drydocked in Kaslo, BC.
While the sun sets over the Kootenay lake, enjoy a drink prior to the concert on the ship deck where you’ll meet the musicians personally. After the meet and greet, climb aboard the S.S. Moyie for an intimate concert performance in the exquisite “Ladies Salon” which exudes comfort and elegance. The history of the ship seeps into your veins as you enjoy sublime and talented up-and-coming singer/songwriters from the West Kootenay region—acoustic, raw and real.
The Amazing Line-up!
- July 5, 2019 Freya, New Denver, BC
- July 19, 2019 Dominique Fraissard, Kaslo, BC
- August 16, 2019 Mountain Weather, Kaslo, BC
- August 30, 2019 AllenSong, Burton, BC
- September 13, 2019 The Eisenhauers, Kaslo, BC
Details/Good to Know:
- Length of time: 2.5 hours
- 7:00 pm-9:30 pm
- Level of fitness required: Low
- Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available to purchase
- Families welcome with kids over the age of 10
- Meet and greet with the musicians
- 1.5 hour live, intimate concert and storytelling
- unique after-hours opportunity to explore the SS Moyie National Historic Site.
- 30 persons max*
- Please contact us for private or special group bookings
- Pricing: adults $35, youth 10-16 $25 plus GST
*A minimum number of guests from one or multiple groups are required for this experience to be offered. Please see Small Print.
About the S.S. Moyie, National Historic Site
The S. S. Moyie Sternwheeler was built in 1898 and provided transport to passengers and freight for 59 years on Kootenay Lake. The S.S. Moyie was retired from service in 1957 and started her second career as a historical site and museum, drydocked in Kaslo, BC. She is the oldest intact sternwheeler in the world and a Parks Canada National Historical Site.
A portion of the proceeds from these events goes towards maintenance and upkeep of the ship.