There will be no concert in April as both the Chinese Bunkhouse and Murakami Boasthouse are undergoing major repairs.

Show time 7.30pm, 3rd Thursday of each month. $12.00 at the door
Chinese Bunkhouse at Britannia Shipyard

Thursday May 18th - Murakami Boathouse at Britannia Shipyard

Brian Robertson & Michael Burnyeat

Brian Robertson has been called “a genuine BC treasure” for his “well-crafted and entertaining songs” about the west coast, as well as some that reflect more universal themes of love, travel, social justice and the blues.


His music rings with a real depth, and derives from a long and varied working life, and extensive world travels and interests. Together with Michael Burnyeat, a two times BC Champion fiddler, and multi-time finalist in the Canadian Grandmaster Competition, Brian and Michael will leave you spellbound with their interpretation of some of the hottest fiddle tunes you will ever hear.

Thursday June 15th - Chinese Bunkhouse at Britannia Shipyard

Tom Rawson & Ellen Van der Hoeven

Welcome back Tom & Ellen. This international duo of Ellen van der Hoeven, from Vancouver BC, and Tom Rawson, from Orcas Island WA are armed with banjo, mandolin, penny whistle, and other weapons of mass delight.

Ellen and Tom love to strike up hootenanny fun on both sides of the 49th Parallel. Their humorous stories, user-friendly songs, and acoustic folk philosophy are guaranteed to have you singing along in no time and to leave you smiling. Tune up your vocal chords; you’ll need ‘em!

Thursday July 20th - Chinese Bunkhouse at Britannia Shipyard

Charles Johnson

Charles Johnson is a very versatile musician. Originally from the US, Charles performing under the stage moniker of CJE, or The Charles Johnson Experience, Charles has 3 decades of experience performing in the USA and the World. With a background ranging from rock, country, bluegrass, R & B’s, and Jazz, Charles can handle anything, Not only a solo artist, he is also the vocalist/guitarist for the bands TK-421 and Bananas at Large, both based in Virginia, and also tours with jazz artist Najee. Charles brings a high energy intensity to his performances, and when it comes to his concerts, he has but one goal: "Let's Make Some Magic Happen".

Thursday August 17th - Chinese Bunkhouse at Britannia Shipyard

Fraser Union

Fraser Union returns to SFG. Now into its fourth decade, they have five albums of songs, with a long history of performing for audiences in B.C. and beyond, dating from 1983.

Fraser Union is currently Barry Truter, Roger Holdstock, and Kathy Griffin. Their repertoire draws heavily from Canadian sources, including their own original songs, chosen carefully to tell stories of people’s struggles and triumphs and to share the love of music sung in harmony. We look forward to seeing them again at SFG.