Athabasca Barnburner JinJ @ De'd Dog Bar & Grill
Jan 17 @ 9:00 pm – 12:00 am

Come burn down the D’ed dog with us! Drink specials from Wild Rose Brewery. Kick off your jasper in January right! With banjos, beers, and barnburners.

After capturing the true spirit of days gone by, in a mason jar. This 3 piece string-band is delivering its own brand of folk music down from the mountain (Canada). Inspiring music lovers of all ages to get up and dance. Breaking the molds of tradition. Blending old-time clawhammer banjo, fine whiskey vocal harmonies, enkindling melodies, and tireless rhythm. Singing songs of the bible, the bottle, and everything in between


Jasper Winter Pentathlon Hivernal 2019 @ Pyramid Lake
Jan 19 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Registration: From 9 am to 10:30 am in the parking-lot of the Jasper Aquatic & Activity Centre.

Location : The first event of the pentathlon (biking) will begin in the parking lot of the Jasper Aquatic & Activity Centre (401 Pyramid Lake Rd). All other events are being held at Pyramid Lake.

Description: Dress up, put on your bike shoes, skis, snowshoes, skates and running shoes and get ready for the 8th edition of the Jasper Winter Pentathlon Hivernal. In the middle of beautiful Pyramid Lake in Jasper National Park, come have some fun and participate in these five events: biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating and running. This event is always a hit and we hope to see many of you again in 2019. The Jasper Winter Pentathlon is an opportunity to have fun in good company. Register your team of 5 people or any other combination that suits your group. Or take on the challenge as a solo.

Refund policy: Full refund available 7 days prior to the event.

Weather conditions: Refund will be made to all participants if temperature reaches bellow 25 degree Celcius.


Whiskey Wine & Hops Festival @ Sawridge Inn Jasper
Jan 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This isn’t your MOM and POP wine and beer tasting. At the annual Whiskey Wine and Hops Festival during Jasper in January, you’ll be sipping suds and sampling an assortment of delectable finger foods while the DJ pumps up the volume. Join us on Saturday, January 19th in Champs Sports Lounge for a night of food, libations and music….and get ready to bust a move Sawridge style.


Odds at Jasper’s After Dark festival
Jan 19 @ 8:00 pm – 11:59 pm

Odds – Saturday January 19 @ Jasper Royal Canadian Legion.

This year, to celebrate Jasper in January’s third decade of winter revelry, the festival is about to get a whole lot louder. A new series of free live shows featuring acclaimed musicians and comedians are coming to the mountains, and with performances every weekend of the festival there’s no shortage of nighttime entertainment.
Full festival details at https://www.jasper.travel/january/afterdark/


Loud and Proud Drag Show and Dance Party @ Whistle Stop Pub
Jan 19 @ 10:00 pm – 2:00 am

Drag Show and Dance Party!!

Returning again to the Whistle Stop Pub!
The ultimate party night!

Drink Specials include:
Cîroc Vodka
Crown Royal

Dance until close with DJ Tommy K

50/50 Draw with all proceeds going to OUT Jasper

It’s a night you wont want to miss!


Beers and Bites @ Whistle Stop Pub
Jan 20 @ 4:00 pm – Jan 20 @ 7:00 pm

Jasper in January Beer Tasting

Join us for Happy Hour and sample a great variety of beer from Alberta’s own Grizzly Paw Brewery!

A variety of snacks will also be available for sampling as well!


Dart night @ Jasper Royal Canadian Legion Branch 31 "The Stand Easy"
Jan 22 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Drop in dart night
$1.50 off every drink when you are playing darts from 7-11pm
NO entry fee


Wild mountain 2019 AGM @ Hinton Legion
Jan 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm


Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure @ Jasper Municipal Library
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

This year’s ATCO Street Party theme is “Party Like it’s 1989.” Well all right, then. Free. Juice and popcorn will be served.


Boardwalk Ice on Whyte
Jan 24 @ 2:00 pm – Jan 24 @ 10:00 pm

Join us and experience amazing live music, ice sculptures, outdoor games, skating, art, food, beverages, interactive children’s play areas, and much much more!

Jan. 24 – Jan. 27 & Jan. 31 – Feb. 3
Whyte Ave. and Gateway Blvd.

Exclusive offer 2 for 1 tickets! Please visit https://tickets.iceonwhyte.ca/events/10065-boardwalk-ice-on-whyte-tickets-2-for-1 to get your discount!

Must enter promo code to access tickets. Promo code: boardwalk2019


The Young Novelists @ The PATH
Jan 24 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

The Hinton Performing Arts Society is excited to continue the 2018-2019 Hinton On Stage Concert series with a performance by The Young Novelists.

The Young Novelists will be performing at the West Fraser Guild (Home of the Performing Arts Theatre of Hinton) on Thursday January 24, 2019.

The Young Novelists create contemporary folk songs that marry their effortless harmonies with darkly poetic lyrics and exquisitely crafted hooks. Their third album In City & Country has been described as “a lush-sounding feast” (Penguin Eggs) and “emotional, melodic music that variously reminds me of the Jayhawks and Richard and Linda Thompson.” (No Depression). They have toured across Canada, the United States, and in Europe, often with their young son in tow. Their signature show features confessional storytelling about their songs and travels, singalongs, and the unique sound of bowed glockenspiel.

When they first met, Graydon James and Laura Spink had no idea that they would be married one day — much less touring the world together as The Young Novelists. Since the band’s inception in 2009, they’ve played stages across the U.S. and Canada, released three full-length albums, won numerous awards and continuous praise for their unmatched, effortless harmonies.

The Young Novelists are making their Hinton On Stage debut and we are pleased to bring live music to the stage at the Performing Arts Theatre of Hinton!

For more information about The Young Novelists, visit their website at http://theyoungnovelists.com/.

Tickets for this show are $25 adult, $15 student, available now at The Hinton Voice, The Wild Orchid and Hinton Municipal Library. The show starts at 7:30pm at the West Fraser Guild (Performing Arts Theatre of Hinton) with doors opening at 6:30pm. For more information, email hintononstage@gmail.com or phone/message Byron @ 780-865-0135.


Live Music- Smalltown Revival @ Whistle Stop Pub
Jan 25 @ 9:00 pm – 12:00 am

Live Music with Smalltown Revival

This roots, rock, blues, funk band from Golden BC will be here to play all weekend long!

We love to host this amazing trio! They are truly a pleasure to listen to and a show you certainly you don’t want to miss!

9pm Start
No Cover


The Buzz Opening Reception @ Jasper Art Gallery
Jan 26 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Opening reception of “The Buzz” exhibit, hosted at the Jasper Art Gallery by the Jasper Artists Guild. Celebrate the extraordinary work of Jasper’s visual artists with live music entertainment. Cash bar available.


Australia Day!!! @ Atha-B Nite Club
Jan 27 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Industry Sunday is celebrating Aussie Day with all of our favourite Australians and anyone else who wants to celebrate!!! Kicking off at NOON!!!

We will be serving

Australian beers!
Bundaberg Rum!
Bunning Snags!
Roo Burgers!

Playing the Triple J 100 all day long

Come celebrate with the Atha-B the official Aussie Day Headquarters of Jasper!!!!

Great food! Great Drinks! Great DJ! Great Service!!!


Jasper in January at the Whistle Stop @ Whistle Stop Pub
Jan 27 @ 9:00 pm – 2:00 am

The Whistle Stop will be hosting tons of great events during this years Jasper in January Festival!

Kickoff Party, a drag show, beer tastings and lost of live music!

The best part is that all of these events are FREE!!!!!

Lots of awesome drink specials, featuring new and old products!

* Wild Rose, Labatt, Cîroc Vodka, Crown Royal, Grizzly Paw, Molson, Jack Daniels and more!

Come for one or come for all! It’s going to be a great month!!


Overgrow the System: an introduction to permaculture @ Jasper Municipal Library
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Kelli Sroka of Gaianomics Regenerative Design writes: “Join us as we gather as a community to explore the history and design principles of permaculture, and discuss regenerative solutions, especially as they pertain to life in Jasper National Park.”


Jasper Beer & Barley Summit – Festival Only @ Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
Feb 1 @ 1:00 pm – Feb 3 @ 4:00 pm

Treat yourself to the ultimate beer experience this February! The second annual Jasper Beer & Barley Summit happens February 1-3 at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.

6-10pm Friday or Saturday – Festival Only Pricing is $75 per person
– All festival food and drinks
– Beer tasting
– Complimentary shuttle to and from JPL to the Jasper Brew Pub

Full weekend packages, including accommodation, are also available on our website at https://www.fairmont.com/jasper/special-offers/hotel-offers/special-events/jasper-beer-and-barley-summit/


For the Love of Metis @ Jasper Community Habitat for the Arts
Feb 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Habitat’s multicultural ‘For the Love of’ nights return with an opportunity to get to know more of our global community in Jasper.
Joe Urie presents For the Love of Metis…a look at the art, music, dance, history etc of the Metis.

These evenings began in 2016 as a way to get to know the community we live in. Our Irish, Scottish, Swiss, Belgian…Greek, Maritime neighbours…we are open to suggestions if you would like to host a night to celebrate your roots!

See you Jan 8 at 7
These evenings are free and open to all ages.
Donations always graciously accepted.


The Lantern Festival @ Yellowhead Regional Arts Festival
Feb 9 @ 4:00 pm – Feb 9 @ 7:00 pm

Join us for the Lantern Festival – the yearly kickoff to Winter Magic. Hundreds of hand decorated, illuminated lanterns line Maxwell Lake. Bring your skates! Hot chocolate will be available by donation!


The Alkemist with Athabasca Barnburner @ Jasper Royal Canadian Legion Branch 31 "The Stand Easy"
Feb 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

THE ALKEMIST is a dynamic one man band from Central/Northern BC who weaves dark and enchanting instrumental soundscapes with high energy, fist pumpin’ boot stompers. His diverse melodies are infused with a variety of instruments, such as guitar, banjo, fiddle, and drone flute, while he keeps a thumpin’ rhythm with kick drum, crash cymbal and a bone rattle boot. With a visually stunning live set and a full sonic experience, the Alkemist is sure to captivate audiences of all ages.

ATHABASCA BARNBURNER are local hooligans defined as “STOKEFOLK”, who are guaranteed to get folks hootin’, a’ hollerin’ and causing an overall ruckus. “Like a song played on your grandfathers guitar. Crafted in the Rocky Mountain of Alberta. Singing songs of the bible, the bottle and everything in between.”