The Pacific Lounge Live Music | Friday & Saturday Nights
Looking for some weekend entertainment? The Pacific Lounge is proud to present live music every Friday & Saturday night from 8:00pm to 11:00pm.
*Not available in summer season. Artists and dates may vary*
Lust Life Jazz Band: April 22 & 29, 2017
Forged on the stages of Victoria's best performance venues Lust Life is a modern jazz band, dedicated to honouring the music.
This band of professional musicians prides itself on making your evening fun and memorable by playing the perfect music selections for your occasion. Whether it is a private party, wedding reception, special event or corporate function. Lust Life is able to play anything from soft jazz for background music to groovin' R&B, Jump Blues, and Swing. This band is made up of talented musicians who have played in some of the top bands and orchestras in Canada and the USA.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE MUSIC
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE MUSIC
Jon & Sierra - Friday's | May 5, 12, 26
This duo is as west coast as it gets. Jon Middleton, the top half of Jon & Roy, local celebrities, teams with Sierra and the result is a hauntingly beautiful combo of soft, acoustic numbers rooted in Saltspring Island mystique. Both vocally gifted, Sierra’s soft soprano mixed with Jon’s easy tenor is a treat for both the ears and eyes!
Edie Daponte - Saturday's | May 2017
With her sultry tones and soulful singing, Edie Daponte has established a reputation as a dynamic and engaging performer on Vancouver Island. Edie was nominated as Vocalist of the Year by Vancouver Island Music Awards 2016. Emotive and passionate, Edie's voice lends itself perfectly to a wide range of jazz standards, seamlessly moving from jazz to Bossa Nova and back again, switching between English, Portuguese, Spanish and French numbers with ease.
Accompanied by Karel Roessingh on piano, together they create a wonderful atmosphere, engaging audiences large and small, drawing the audiences in and rewarding them with classic numbers they love to hear.
Lola Parks - Friday | May 19, 2017
For a singer-songwriter who is fresh on the minds of many music fans, Lola Parks has been turning heads for years.
In 2012, Lola Parks was nominated for 3 Vancouver Island Music Awards, including Artist of the Year. She was named Female Songwriter of the Year. Citing Karen Carpenter, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Ani DiFranco, and Janis Joplin as influences, Lola Parks’ music – much like that of the aforementioned list – continues to turn heads. She has shared billing with Grammy Winner Loudon Wainright III, Grammy Nominee Ruthie Foster, and Juno Nominee Mae Moore, among others. She has performed throughout Central America, Argentina, Nepal, and North America, and she has released multiple well-received recordings to date. Adjectives used to describe Parks’ music include sultry, organic, natural, jazz-infused, smooth, soulful, genuine, honest, evocative, dangerous, and fun. An impressive list, but no amount of adjectives can quite define the intangible mystique and musical depth that is Lola Parks.