Music in pubs and eateries forms an integral part of entertainment in the Annapolis Valley. Combining music with food & drink has been a winning combination for centuries, and in Nova Scotia, it’s a part of every community’s social schedule. Levees, kitchen parties, holiday events and more are can be found here.
Pubs & Eateries & More
Many of our communities have Pubs, restaurants and other sites that host musical events on a regular basis. If you’re looking for a lively atmosphere, contact the venues below.
annapolis brewing company
The taps are pumping at this great brewery, and feet are tapping as well with their music bookings. The room seats 70, and audio equipment is available.
BOOKING: Danny McClair,
302 St. George St., Annapolis Royal, NS B0S 1A0
the capitol pub
The Pub, formerly the Capitol Theatre, was converted in 2000 into a pub & eatery and is home to a robust entertainment schedule. Seats around 100, with audio and lighting available.
BOOKING: Megan Aldred,
333 Main St., Middleton, NS B0S 1P0
end of the line pub
Good food and lively music are the hallmark here! Great family-friendly atmosphere in the old Bridgetown train station. Audio and basic lighting available. Seats about 100.
BOOKING: Joanne Frost,
73 Queen St, Bridgetown, NS
lunn’s mill beer company
This bustling 100-seat craft brewery is located just outside of Lawrencetown NS. Great craft beer and food are a bonus! They host a variety of music and entertainment on a weekly basis.
BOOKING: Chantelle Webb,
515 Carleton Rd, Lawrencetown, NS B0S 1M0
temple on queen
Housed in the former Masonic Hall, Temple on Queen is an adventure in fine food and entertainment too! Capacity of 80 in upper and lower performance spaces. Audio and lighting provided as needed.
BOOKING: Jennifer D’Aubin,
48 Queen St, Bridgetown, NS
Private, historic old barn primarily used for weddings, offers a unique space for any event large or small. Open from June to the end of October. Capacity of 150.
BOOKING: Angie Myers,
131 Old Granville Rd., Bridgetown, NS B0S 1A0