If you’d like to play a show here or host another event, please email us at events@gorgeouscoffee.com – we are open to many types of events

Friday, September 6th – 8:30pm

Just back from his summer international tour, Robbie Hancock is an 
indie-folk singer/songwriter, composer and producer for film/tv.

Friday, September 13th – 8:30pm

Willis Taylor has been playing music with bands and solo for over 30 
years now mostly on the mainland.

His music is like if Bob Dylan and Neil Young met the ghosts of Gord Downie
and BB King at midnight on a boxcar and decide to trade songs until 
Dawn. Or folk rock with a bluesy twist if you will.

Saturday, September 14th – 8:30pm

Peter and Helen play original pop/country tunes, with some covers.
They’re rock, pop, blues, country and more!

Helen Northwest on guitar, bass and vocals;
Peter Hawkins on electric guitar and harmony vocals!

Friday, September 20 – 8:30pm

Ailsa and the Seahorses
Scottish singer-songwriter Ailsa McEwan is known for her distinct brand 
of ethereal indie, delivered by a warm smoky vocal described by one fan 
as “liquid gold.” Performing under the name Ailsa and the Seahorses, her 
unique sound, both tranquil and haunting, is somewhere between the 
atmospherics of Mazzy Star and singer-songwriter tradition of Rickie Lee 

Following the release of her debut EP, she is touring Canada and Europe, 
spreading her songs of hope and melancholia across the globe.

Saturday, September 21th – 8:30pm

Dirty Sheep carry a powerful blues vocal styling to their playful folk songwriting.  Solid harmonies flow between Deborah’s powerful lead and Allain’s gritty and plucky follow. They are touring across Canada in the fall to share songs from their new song collection “This is Where” –learn more at https://www.dirtysheep.band/epk

We hope you will also join in as we wish our dear friend Georges (who calls Victoria home)  a very happy birthday that evening.

CANCELLED – Friday, September 27th

Alex the Mind Reading Mentalist will show you just how predictable chance and the human mind can be… not your mother’s magic show!

Saturday, September 28th – 8:30pm

Frances Hope & Hefe –
Frances Hope: singer-songwriter, born and bred in Edmonton, Alberta, until she relocated to Victoria, BC to follow her dreams with sharing her musical forays through love and the beautiful messes of life. She looks forward to sharing her music with you this evening.

Hefe: Island native,  storyteller and multi instrumentalist,  hefe gathers his inspiration from his experience and surroundings.  
Salt n peppered with covers of the artists that influence him,  Hefe is sure to please

Saturday, October 5th – 8:30pm

Meredith Graham – more info to come!

Monday, October 7th – 8:30pm

J.P. Mortier is a singer-songwriter from Montreal with a penchant for the brutal and the delicate akin to a rocking Leonard Cohen or a Nick Cave with a conscience. J.P. has released 5 albums, toured Canada 4 times, played the Pop Montreal Fest and received airplay on 2 continents.

Sunday, October 27th – 2:30pm with sign up at 2pm

Read your work in a 5 minute slot and win a prize! Sign up is at the event only.


Tuesdays - Unplugged Open Mic, 8:30 to 10:30pm.​
Free event - bring a creative project (knitting, writing, etc.) or peruse our craft supplies, and chat with new friends! Then, at 2pm join our casual jam. Bring a uke or other portable instrument (or just your voice). We'll provide chords and lyrics for simple songs, and if you have song suggestions, we can print 'em out. Monthly beginner ukulele lesson on the last Sunday is by donation. BYOU (bring your own ukulele)!
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