Live Music & Events

What's on at The Grape & Olive?

At The Grape & Olive, we believe the weekends were made for kicking back and enjoying good times with friends — which is why live music is a staple most Friday and Saturday nights. We also host wine-tasting evenings and cocktail masterclasses with our expert bartenders.

If you are interested in performing at our venue – please email

Check out our upcoming events.

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Sep 29 & 30

Jukebox Pianos

Duelling Pianos featuring Danielle Abel.

Taking requests all night long. Don’t miss out on this fun night!

We are usually fully booked a week ahead of time so make your reservation early!

Sept 29th & 30th starting at 8pm.

No cover.


Oct 05

Romero Rum Tasting & Food Pairing - SOLD OUT!

The menu is as follows:

1) Amber rum with our strawberry salad

2) Dark sugar cane rum paired with maple glazed cedar planked salmon

3) Dark rum with Honey garlic pork tender loin

4) Romero’s smoked old fashion with duck l’orange

5) Rum & Cola with mini key lime pies


Oct 07

Drinksgiving at the Grape and Olive

Come party with us on the long weekend!

We are pumping up the music, lowering the lights, getting the smoke machine and we need you to come drink the shots!

$6 highballs

$6 shots

Party Music

Dance Floor

No Cover

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Oct 13 & 14

Steven Sware

With a talent for songcraft, a versatility as a vocalist and composer and a natural, easy charm as a performer, Edmonton’s Steven Sware is poised to become a recording artist and pop music stylist of note in the very near future. 

Although only in his early 20s, Sware is a veteran of nearly a decade on the local music scene, beginning at age 15, grinding his way through various bands and solo incarnations, with this crucible setting the foundation for the artist his has now become. 

Sware’s ability to convey genuine emotion through his original songs, be they autobiographical or not, carries over into the way he takes cover songs and makes them his own. From his teen years, Sware realized he had a gift for crafting his own songs, and an ear for recognizing compelling, popular sounds. Coupled with training, practice, and discipline, he has harnessed one of the most difficult of skills as a creator – the ability to write material almost on command. 

Come see him live Oct 13th & 14th starting at 8pm. 

No cover. 


Oct 15 & 22


YOU ASKED AND WE LISTENED! Come out every sunday starting October 15th for Karaeoke at the Grape & Olive!

Highballs are only $6.25 after 9pm!

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Oct 20 & 21

Danny Cole

Sharing an intimate portrait of personal experience and emotions with his songs and stories, Danny always brings a heartfelt performance to every stage he visits.  With over two decades of performing live original music in Alberta, and abroad, he is no stranger to sharing about life experience through song.

Come see him live. Oct 20 & 21st.

No cover.


Oct 27 & 28

Teagan Littlechief

Teagan Littlechief is a proud Cree woman from the White Bear First Nations north of Carlyle, Saskatchewan. Teagan’s passion for singing has been part of her since she was a small child.

Inspired by Pop sensations Celine Dion and the late Selena, it is Country Music where Teagan found her comfort zone. Those early influences of Celine and Selena can still be heard today through Teagan’s powerhouse vocals, and lack of fear to hit those high notes others fear to.

Teagan’s powerful voice was recognized early in her career, and she was quickly racking up #1 songs on the Indigenous Canadian Charts. Her first #1 in 2013 and her second in 2015. Under direction of renowned Artist Rep Deborah Wood (Michelle Wright) Teagan opened for acts such as Emerson Drive, played Casino’s, and played many Festivals, Bow Valley Jamboree Music Festival, Muskoday Music Festive, Craven, and Country Thunder to name a few.

Teagan has played one of the largest stages in Canada; the 109th Canadian Grey Cup. Not only did Teagan sing the National Anthem, but she also made history singing the Anthem in 3 languages: English, French and Cree. Her performance created a flood of social media attention and mainstream attention. A simple X formerly known as Twitter search will bring up a post shared by the CFL, TSN,

Teagan is a well-known Anthem singer for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Her incredible voice led to the National spotlight not just on Teagan but on her White Bear Nations Band as she sang the National Anthem at the 109th Grey Cup Championship game for the 2022 season in Regina SK, in English, French, and Cree. “I’m so thrilled and grateful for the opportunity to showcase Indigenous language & culture at the Grey Cup in my home province.”-Teagan Littlechief

Littlechief is a passionate advocate for bringing awareness to Domestic Abuse and the effects of Substance abuse. Since 2017 Teagan has been combining her 2 passions, music and bringing awareness to these issues together through Motivational Speaking. Teagan shares her personal story, of triumph, with the goal of inspiring at least one person in the room to realize “they can rise above”.


Sep 22 & 23

Leo Martinez Project

Leo Martinez got his musical start playing bass for a salsa band that saw him on stages across Canada including spots at major events such as the Winnipeg Jazz and the Revolstoke Blues Festival. Now as a solo artist, Martinez has sold out shows at Edmonton’s Rec Room South, opened for the likes of Boogie Patrol and Jay Allen, and continues to impress his audiences with his high energy performances. He combines a strong sense of rhythm with a gritty vocal style, often playing both guitar and bass drum while delivering classic and original material.

Come see him live music November 3rd & 4th starting at 8pm. 

No cover. 


Nov 17 & 18

Paul Wioda

Paul Woida is a contemporary Christian singer/songwriter/master looper.

A looper records sounds in real-time and plays back melodies and rhythms using instruments and their voice.

Paul turns heads everywhere he goes with his catchy hooks, emotive vocals, unique live show and
incredible musicianship.

Paul graduated from MacEwan University with diplomas in both Composition and Drum Set Performance thus has the unique ability to combine complex rhythms with melody and harmony resulting in a sound close to that of a full band.

See him live Nov 17th & 18th starting at 8pm