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Get your tickets here for upcoming shows!

Upcoming Concerts

Crooked Stove Pipe

The Citadel House, 104 Main Street, Lewisporte, NL

Tickets $23, Students $12, kids 12 and under free. as always, coffee, tea and goodies provided

Crooked Stovepipe, Newfoundland's Bluegrass Band, has been playing bluegrass and traditional music since 1973. They have been featured at the Nova Scotia Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival, Canada's first and longest-running bluegrass festival, the Blueberry Bluegrass Festival in Stony Plain, Alberta, and the Evangeline Bluegrass Festival in PEI. They have also been one of the headline bands at the Mount Pearl Bluegrass and Old-Time Country Music Festival, Newfoundland's first festival featuring bluegrass music, since its beginning in 2005

Here's a nice little documentary on a repurposed church in Heart's Content featuring Crooked Stovepipe.

" It sure was a fantastic evening of entertainment. I enjoyed every moment and certainly hope they can return in the future. " -guest in Heart's Content

Christina Martin

The Citadel House, 104 Main Street, Lewisporte, NL

Tickets: $20. All ages welcome

Christina Martin is a multi-award winning Canadian singer-songwriter whose style has been described as an effortless union between Americana and Rock. Christina's "vivacious personality, brightly sparkling voice and unerring love of hooky choruses and peppy rhythms"1 Make for a fun and memorable show. You will want to be sure to get out to this one! 1(Edmonton’s Vue Weekly)


Quote the Raven

The Citadel House, 104 Main Street, Lewisporte, NL

Quote the Raven took home MusicNL's 2019 award for Group of the year. To say that St. John’s based folk duo struck pay-dirt with their impactful and haunting debut album Golden Hour would be an understatement. The ever-progressing musical duo of Jordan Coaker and Kirsten Rodden-Clarke have become one of the must-watch folk acts in all of Canada. The lead-off single “Laser Beam” has garnered over 200,000 streams on Spotify, with the pair earning both critical and commercial praise alongside numerous accolades and high-profile engagements. Fans eagerly await their sophomore studio album, which no doubt will continue the duos streak of bewitching audiences, and listeners, with soulful and impactful ballads.

Thomas Stajcer Home Routes Tour

The Citadel House, 104 Main Street, Lewisporte, NL

From Halifax, Nova Scotia via hockey-stick making Hespeler, Ontario, Thomas Stajcer’s ECMA-nominated debut is a country & western tour of doubt and regret that culminates in the ultimate question: Will I Learn To Love Again? Opening with the slow-burning, violin-infused ballad “Love Me Now (Or Never Again),” the album picks up with the late-night two-stepping “Salesman” before driving full steam ahead with the high-octane ripper “In the Long Run.” Classic country sounds and themes dominate the LP, harkening the sneer, whimsy, and frankness of outlaw country pioneers such as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Hank Williams Jr. These influences blend with touches of rock n’ roll on tracks such as “Any Old Road” and the album’s raucous closer, “How Long Could I Wait?.” As with the best country records and performers, vibrant storytelling is on full display throughout, shining bright on the introspective “Wildfires,” the pining title track, and in the voice of the Dukes of Hazzard-esque narrator (Mike Trask) on “Sad Cowboy.” Recorded live off the floor at Joel Plaskett’s New Scotland Yard (where Stajcer is the in-house engineer), the album features two tracks – “Love Me Now (Or Never Again)” and “Wildfires” – co-written with the East Coast icon. Assembling a host of seasoned backup musicians to bring these songs to life, Will I Learn To Love Again? is true to the big band live show that garnered Stajcer a nomination for Country Artist of the Year in The Coast’s 2017 and 2018 Best of Music Reader’s Polls. The year prior, Thomas Stajcer attended the Gordie Sampson Song Camp and has co-written with some of Nova Scotia’s most talented songwriters including Dylan Guthro, Dave Sampson, Steven MacDougall (Slowcoaster), Laurenn Marchand, Campbell Woods, Eric Stephen Martin, and – of course – Joel Plaskett.

Thomas Stajcer

Juno Award Winner, MORGAN DAVIS, Delta Blues

The Citadel House, 104 Main Street, Lewisporte, NL

For nearly four decades Morgan Davis has been on the road travelling across Canada, the United States and Europe. His performances draw from a rich tradition of country blues, as well as his own contemporary songs infused with wit and a large dose of humour.

Tickets: $23, students $12, kids 12 and under free as always, Coffee, Tea and goodies included

Citadel House concert mandate

 Citadel House has been bringing some of Newfoundland and Atlantic Canada's finest up and coming and emerging artists to the Citadel House venue in Lewisporte,NL since 2011.


In the most recent years Citadel House has started curating and promoting concerts in small intimate venues around Central Newfoundland. 


Our mission is to help build a strong community of music discoverers who know that when they come to a Citadel House promoted event, they are going to be witnessing the highest caliber of talent. These venues also often offer the chance to meet the artist, in a no-pressure environment.