The Arts Council for the South Shuswap is hosting a series of small, cozy concerts this Spring. Sip on your favourite local wine or brew and take in some fantastic live music in an intimate setting. As well, charcuterie platters can be pre-ordered so one can enjoy cured meats, cheeses, artisan bread & pickles to round out each experience.

    COVID PROTOCOLS TO N​OTE:


  • Vaccine Passports are not required as of April 8th, 2022

  • Masks are not required indoors, but are still recommended as a way to effectively protect against Covid-19

  • Protocols are subject to change to remain current with Provincial Health Guidelines



Tickets $20

Please call 240-463-2514 for any further assistance.

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SMALL HALL CONCERT #2 MAY DAVIS

MARCH 19TH DOORS 7:00 SHOW 7:30 PM


The Arts Council for the South Shuswap presents Mozi Bones on April 23rd. This will be second of a few cozy live music concerts presented at various venues throughout the South Shuswap in February and March. Eagle Bay Hall will host this concert on April 23rd, 2022.


Charcuterie platters of meats and cheeses are available for pre-order through Eventbrite. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available to purchase at the venue.

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Salmon Arm’s Mozi Bones takes to the stage at the Eagle Bay Community Hall for the 3rd and last leg of the Small Hall Music Crawl!

Mozi Bones is an emerging trio from Salmon Arm, BC – pushing the boundaries of modern music, blending genres that range from Latin and Jazz to Funk and Afrobeat. The trio’s all-original sound pulls listeners into driving grooves and soaring melodies. The players share a deep commitment to a warm and intimate sound.

The trio is preparing for the release of their debut album in early 2022 and have recently featured in the audio-visual documentary called ‘Celebrate Shuswap’, an in close look at the music industry in the Shuswap region . They were also featured on the “Wednesday on the Wharf” live sessions album, a compilation of music promoting local artists.