Burlesque & Grotesque: Halloween Soiree
Friday, Oct 31
Get mad for the prettiest and grossest halloween extravaganza at Fratters on 48th! Calgary's best burlesque, THE GARTER GIRLS will be in the house along with COWPUNCHER. Its long been known that Calgary based band Cowpuncher offers one of the most energetic parties around! The band easily whips the crowd into a frenzy with maniacal and often sneering banter, daredevil antics, and sets that cross over from punk and imdi rock influences as well as a little bit of raw country soul. Their electrifying show will be all the more tight-as-nails as this will be their first show back after taking hibernation hiatus to write a new album. The music of Cowpuncher and the magical body exploration of burlesque will offer the perfect backdrop for not only Red Deer's best halloween party, but also for you to join celebrating Fratters one year anniversary in business. Showtime 8PM | $20 Advance tickets on sale at Fratters, 53rd Street Music, The Soundhouse Guitar & Record Shop

The Bra Lounge presents:Steampunk Cabaret
Saturday, Nov 01
The Bra Lounge is so freaking excited to bring you Red Deer’s ONLY HALLOWEEN PARTY just for GROWN-UPS! You know, grown-ups with kids, mini-vans, mortgages…. FINALLY, an edgy event that gets your creative costuming juices flowing (think corsets, top hats, goggles and robotic arms), with a dash of maturity and sophistication, swirled around with some circus sideshow!! Join us on Saturday, November 1st at the oh so sexy Fratters Speakeasy Venue for a night of freakshow fundraising!! Side show acts, delicious appetizers and totally rad signature drinks… you will NOT want to miss THE party of the year! Tickets available now, IN PERSON ONLY, at The Bra Lounge and are $70 each. No holds or phone calls please. Limited availability so get yours early! Proceeds go to Cystic Fibrosis Canada.

Sunday Cinema: John Wayne War Movies
Sunday, Nov 02
The perfect date night. The perfect place to unwind with friends or family before the upcoming work week. Steak & Wine Specials. 1/2 OFF Bottles of wine & $3 OFF steaks. John Wayne War Movie played on the big screen! Showtime 7PM | No Cover | Open 4-10PM

Monday, Nov 03
Open 11am-4PM. 20 choices for $12 or under! Classic, vintage, and original food. All ages welcome.

LUNCH at Fratters
Tuesday, Nov 04

2014 Juno Award Winning band: The Strumbellas w/ openers The Provincial Archive
Wednesday, Nov 05
2014 - Juno Award - Folk and Traditional Album of the Year - the Strumbellas: We Still Move On Dance Floors. More info: Opening Act: The Provincial Archive More info: ADVANCE tickets on sale! $10 per ticket. Showtime 830PM

Don Berner Sextet
Thursday, Nov 06
As the second show of our Jazz Concert Series we are Excited to Showcase the from Edmonton Alberta. This Sextet features the hard swinging, high energy compositions of many of its band member. The members of the band include Don Berner on Saxophone, Doug Berner on Trumpet, Remi Noel on Trombone, Ryan Timoffee on Piano, Mike Lent on bass, and John May on drums. Tickets for this event are $20 and are available at Fratters or through the Admin of this page. For more details, video, and to listen to Don Berner and his band please visit thier website. Advance ticket at Fratters!

Ross Neilsen Band
Friday, Nov 07
Blues/Roots/Rawk Canada’s hardest working blues rock musician, Ross Neilsen, does it right. He’s taking strong, timeless material to the place that matters: The People. Seven Years, over 1200 shows and more than half a million kilometers traveled. In a time of corporate cookie-cutter music, this is the return to real. Proving hard work pays off Neilsen has been honoured with a nomination for Best New Artist at The Maple Blues Awards in 2010, two Rising Star nominations from CBC, back to back Blues Album of the Year nominations from the East Coast Music Association, a win for Best Blues Recording for Redemption at the 2010 MusicNB awards, a semi finalist in the solo/duo category at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN in 2012 and most recently Five nominations from Music New Brunswick including Album of the year, best group and best rock recording for RESURRECTION as well as Best male solo Recording for THE SHACK UP SESSIONS and a win for best blues recording for THE SHACK UP SESSIONS. He is a real, old-school kind of artist. Write. Tour. Record. Tour. Repeat. - See more at: Showtime 9PM | $7 cover

The Kirby Sewell Band
Saturday, Nov 08
Soul/ funk/blues/groove/awesome Showtime 9PM | $10 cover | Ph: 403.356.0033 to reserve

Sunday Cinema: John Wayne War Movies
Sunday, Nov 09
The perfect date night. The perfect place to unwind with friends or family before the upcoming work week. Steak & Wine Specials. 1/2 OFF Bottles of wine & $3 OFF steaks. John Wayne War Movie played on the big screen! Showtime 7PM | No Cover | Open 4-10PM

LUNCH at Fratters
Monday, Nov 10

CLOSED for Remembrance Day
Tuesday, Nov 11

Pugs & Crows
Thursday, Nov 13
JUNO Award winning band, Pugs and Crows, performs original instrumental music that explores a wide range of sonic textures by blending elements of indie rock, modern jazz, and neoclassicism. The band infuses its compositions with the inventiveness of its players and warmth of its ensemble sound, while their anthemic melodies, lyricism and groove inspire audiences from all walks of life. Music reviewers have praised the quintet’s “great strength and beauty” and “warm luscious sound,” singling out its blend of jazz roots, avant-rock influences, and a suite-like compositional sense. An ensemble of accomplished musicians, Pugs and Crows rests on the flexibility and talent of each of its members to complete its original and captivating sound. Since the independent release of their debut album, Slum Towers, in 2009, the band has performed at many major music festivals and theatres across Canada, including The National Arts Centre in Ottawa, The Montreal Jazz Festival, and The Vogue Theatre in Vancouver (opening for renowned guitarist, Bill Frisell). Showtime 830PM | $6 Cover

Tasman Jude Band
Friday, Nov 14
The Canadian Reggae Infiltration has begun… TASMAN JUDE CD RELEASE "GREEN" TOUR. When Al Peterson & Caleb “BraveHart” Hart decided on a whim to climb onto the stage together in January 2013 they could not have predicted what the years ahead held. After only 3 improvised songs, they were surrounded by a crowd of people asking where their music could be found, and so a band (now including Adam Paananen and Derek Wilder) was formed! Less than months later they released their debut EP “El Norteño” which rose quickly to #2 on Canadian iTunes charts. The lead single “Take You Away” won a music video grant from Public Records & Telus and continued to win them a larger audience both at home and internationally. Soon after, the band recorded another single “Family”, with Earl Pereira (Wide Mouth Mason & The Steadies). The song received radio airplay both at home and internationally, winning awards from Alberta Music, Free FM, and The Akademia. However more importantly, the theme of “Family” truly came to define the band. Both in the band and within their community, there is an understanding that that love is truly what matters in this world and it is what binds us all. “We don’t have fans,” says Hart “we have family members. These people support us, love us and we hope to give them something more than music back”. On Oct. 7th 2014, the band released the first album (Green) of a planned triple-album concept. Upon it’s release it immediately shot up to #1 in the reggae charts an #67 in the overall Canadian iTunes charts. In support of the new album the band embarked on 5 months of touring throughout Canada, Australia and Trinidad & Tobago. Showtime 9PM | $10 cover

Sunday Cinema: John Wayne War Movies
Sunday, Nov 16
The perfect date night. The perfect place to unwind with friends or family before the upcoming work week. Steak & Wine Specials. 1/2 OFF Bottles of wine & $3 OFF steaks. John Wayne War Movie played on the big screen! Showtime 7PM | No Cover | Open 4-10PM

LUNCH at Fratters
Monday, Nov 17
Original, Vintage, and classic food. Open at 11AM Monday-Saturday.

LUNCH at Fratters
Tuesday, Nov 18
Classic, vintage, original food. Open 11AM for lunch Monday-Saturday.

Sean Burns w/ Kristopher Ulrich
Wednesday, Nov 19

Little Miss Higgins & The Winnipeg Five
Thursday, Nov 20
Little Miss Higgins’ sound evokes the scent of a BBQ smoker, the swelter of a juke joint and a small town sweaty barn dance. Her music is a timeless library of Americana and a travelogue that moves from a New Orleans speakeasy to turn-of-the-century Paris and dustbowl Utah, while referencing subjects that include Louis Riel and dime-store panties. Teaming up with a likeminded cadre of Manitoba musicians, her classic songwriting, honed over her four albums, reaches new heights on her latest release Bison Ranch Recording Sessions. Showtime 830PM | $10 cover| Ph: 403.356.0033 for reservations