We are excited to welcome you back to the Bailey Theatre. Please note the following:
Seats for all Bailey events are currently available through our on-line secure server only, to comply with AHS recommendations.
All events are festival seating. You will be seated in the best available and most appropriate seats depending upon your group size. Please arrive at the theatre with your group.
Doors open 30 minutes before stated show time.
All patrons will be asked to provide information for contact tracing.
Masks or similar face-coverings must be worn when entering and exiting the theatre, as well as when moving in common areas during intermission.
Guests will be asked to remain seated once in the theatre, gathering in the lobby will not be permitted.
If an event is cancelled, ticket refunds will be processed in a timely manner.
The Rose City Roots Music Society present:
Discovery is the beauty of music. It reveals itself in layers. Such is the evolution of 2020 JUNO Award winner, Celeigh Cardinal. Following a time-tested path from singing in church to performing in cover bands to writing original material, Cardinal has reinvented herself with each new chapter in her career. With a confident voice and boundless energy, Cardinal owns a stage, connecting deeply with her audience through humour, passion and love. Whether sweetly strumming an acoustic guitar or leading her band in a rocking rave-up, she commands our attention. Her singing is rich and deep with a burnished maturity and a nimble technical virtuosity that wraps itself around notes with a purr, a snarl or something in the middle. With two full-length albums completed, and a future release in the planning stages, Cardinal is poised to expand her profile which already includes awards from the 2020 Juno Awards, the 2018 Western Canadian Music Awards, multiple Edmonton Music Awards, and recently she received two nominations for the 2020 Western Canadian Music Awards for Indigenous Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year.
Saturday, October 17 at 8 pm (doors at 7:30)
Tickets $30 + Service Charge • available on-line
The Bailey Theatre & The Bethany Group present:
Back Porch Swing
A Salute to Seniors and their Caring Circle
The four-piece band sings and plays mandolin, guitar, bass and fiddle. They play old-swing, folk, bluegrass and jazz influenced music. Jim and Penny Malmberg, a husband and wife team front the Edmonton based band together with Cam Neufeld and Kevin Jacobson. Hot tunes, tight harmonies and humorous lyrics make for an audience pleasing show. The concert is sure to get your toes tapping. The Back Porch Swing will help us honor seniors and show gratitude to their caring circle of folks.
Sunday, October 18 at 2 pm (doors at 1:30)
Tickets $25 • available on-line
The concert will also be live streamed.
To access the FREE link to the Back Porch Swing concert, find information on the Bailey website www.baileytheatre.com and see Back Porch Swing under events. This concert is on Sunday, October 18 starting at 2 pm. The event will be approximately two hours long with two intermissions.
****note the Parkland Regional Library, Kelly Higgins will offer in person one on one sessions for people who have are booking tickets on line for the first time and to discuss any other concerns. This service is access through calling the library at 780-672-4214 and booking an appointment with Kelly.
The Bailey Theatre presents:
The Bailey Buckaroos
The Bailey Buckaroos are excited to bring their country favourites to the Bailey Theatre featuring fiddling sensation Tony Michael.
Sunday, October 25 at 2 pm (doors at 1:30)
Tickets $20 + GST • available on-line
This event will be live-streamed. The FREE link to the event will be posted here prior to showtime.
Infinite Imagination & The Bailey Theatre present:
Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille
by Bruce Graham
When Shep, a bartender and writer at the Rainbow Bar and Grille realizes it is the last day on earth, he and all the locals are doing what they think is their last chance to do … their bucket list!
Shep just wants it to end, Roy wants to party hard and get his hands clean, Willy wants to deal with his anger issues, Virginia wants to get to Colorado and Shirley wants Shep!
Come see Shep and the gang figure out their last day on earth!
Thursday, October 29 at 7 pm (doors at 6:30)
Friday, October 30 at 8 pm (doors at 7:30)
Saturday, October 31 at 8 pm (doors at 7:30)
Tickets $25 • available on-line
Mature subject matter • 16+ • Bar will be open!