LIVE MUSIC IN ARC
Join us for live music nightly in ARC!
Nightly | 6-10 PM
Even our live entertainment is local! ARC is proud to provide a stage for local emerging talent. Take in the upbeat and energetic sounds of BC’s up and coming artists over signature drinks in ARC Bar or stay for the whole set with an extended dinner experience.
Performing April 1 | 8 | 22 | 29
Rob Eller is a one-man cover band, crooning everything from Dave Mathews to Stephenwolf. Although the tunes are at once identifiable, Eller adds his own unique timbre to every note…and that’s where the magic lies! Rob uses a looping station to produce, ‘live onstage,’ all rhythm guitars, percussion and harmony vocals. Thus, he fills up the room with the sound of a full band, while paying attention to musical dynamics, continually finding new ways to express a song.
Performing April 2 | 9 | 16 | 23 | 30
Jeff has been performing music in one form or another for the last 20 years. After several years playing music in Toronto with his original band, The Human Statues, Jeff returned to Vancouver to pursue new opportunities in music, theatre and voice over. Jeff was a featured performer in the critically acclaimed productions of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, staged by the Arts Club Theatre Company. Additionally, Jeff has been singing at weddings and corporate events as a proud member of the award winning band, Side One, since 2011.
Performing April 3 | 10 | 17
Martin has performed at festivals and bars all over Canada and the U.S. as well as Europe and Asia. He plays a large range of cover tunes and has performed for crowds ranging from 3 people – 40,000 people. When Martin performs for any crowd, he makes you feel like you are the only one in it!
Performing April 4 | 11 | 18 | 25
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a song is worth a million. A soulful songwriter and multi-faceted performer, Cassandra Bangel has come into her own through the act of writing, playing, and sharing her music. Bangel was influenced by the sounds of blues and rock before taking her earliest musical steps on classical piano at the age of 7. As she became equally gifted on piano, guitar, and ukulele, Bangel came to realize that her greatest musical instrument was her voice and began playing at local festivals, starting with the 2009 Beanstalk Folk Festival and 2010 Golden Spike Days.
Performing April 5 | 12 | 19 | 26
Neal Ryan is a singer-songwriter. Although born in Ireland, his life and heart are woven into the fabric of Vancouver, Canada. Neal comes from an intensely musical family all signs pointed to music as a career and lifelong pursuit. Having gained professional experience and recognition early on in life as a boy soprano, Neal won many accolades in singing competitions in Ireland; building a very solid foundation for what is now amongst the strongest and most pure voices you are likely to hear in the current music scene. In his late teens, Neal picked up the guitar and discovered a new passion.
Performing April 6 | 13 | 20 | 28
Cory is a performance professional having toured with world with original artists for a decade as well as being a founding member of the Vancouver cover band SideOne. He has a wide range of contemporary as well as classic songs and a very unique voice; not your average acoustic guitar performer.
Performing April 7 | 15 | 27
Vicky’s first love in music is performing. She has a captivating stage presence and a powerful voice, with an energy that is pure & infectious.Vicky’s music path started with singing back up vocals for many other artists, which then inspired her to learn guitar and write songs of her own. She then formed her own band Cherrybomb, touring for 6 years throughout Canada and Europe.
Performing April 14
In a musical generation characterized by cookie-cutter pop acts, Michelle Joly’s impeccable vocal stylings and musicianship do more than stand out. They reveal qualities that cannot be engineered in the studio.Michelle has had a solid music career for the last 10 years performing, collaborating and releasing original music, as well as teaching guitar, piano and voice. She has opened for Canadian bands such as Belle Plain, The Sheepdogs and Whitehorse and won several awards and for her music including Best Jazz Song for “Wind Me Up” in 2015 and Best Folk Album for her second record “Cold Home” in 2014.
Performing April 21
Des Larson is a highly skilled guitarist with a natural showmanship that engages any audience, combining small town charm with an energetic and polished urban appeal. Larson creates an instant groove that combines a reggae beat energy with the lyrical style of songwriters like Jack Johnson.