Chain Station is a 4-piece, high-energy, get ‘em out on the dance floor string band from
Denver, Colorado. Their music is well-steeped in Americana roots, with vocal harmonies
that are high, lonesome, and tight. Their picking ranges from lightning-fast to mountain
mellow. They are a bluegrass band that would satisfy a picky old-timer and delight fans
of newgrass, a delicate balance indeed. They are set for their 3rd studio album release
in Spring 2019, “Backroads”, recorded by Swingfinger Studios and produced by Kyle
Alex Thoele- Guitar/ Vocals
Jon Pickett- Upright Bass/ Vocals
Jarett Mason- Mandolin/ Vocals
Chris Elliot- Banjo/ Vocals
Every Wednesday from 5.30pm, July 3rd – August 28th
at The Arts Station, Station Square, 601 1st St
The Arts Station returns with The Wednesday Social: 9 weeks of free concerts, popping up each week in Station Square, a sizzling summer of live music and good times in downtown Fernie! No need to book or buy tickets – just show up and enjoy the tunes on the deck at the Arts Station on 1st Ave. The music is free and everyone’s welcome!
And new this year there will be the Mountain Market going on during the social from 5pm-8pm on 2nd Ave. Enjoy all the local booths that will be set up while the bands are playing at The Arts Station!!!!
Food Trucks: Starting at 5:30pm
Refreshment Garden: 5:30-8:45pm
Live Music: 6:30-8:30pm
Kids Art Zone: 5:30-8pm
DJs Each Week: Starting at 5:30pm
And don’t forget, the Wednesday Socials are about way more than just music. We have a drinks tent serving Fernie Brewing Co., Lonetree cider and wine + a kids corner with free crafts, food trucks and more! A great place to meet your friends, soak up some afternoon sun and listen to some great live music.
The Arts Station and an invaluable team of local volunteers produce the Wednesday Concert Series. Going in to its 8th year, the volunteer team behind this essential Fernie summer staple makes these events possible. The Arts Station would also like to thank the Resort Municipality Initiative, British Columbia Arts Council, the Columbia Basin Trust, the Park Place Lodge, Fernie Brewing Company, Summit Fund, Edward Jones, Finning, Teck and Wapiti for their ongoing support.