Entertainment

Live Jazz on the Weekends

LIVE JAZZ EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY
starting at 6:30pm

Dining out at One Eleven Grill Friday or Saturday night promises to be a deliciously, memorable night. You’re invited to enjoy a unique dining experience with dinner and a show in the iconic Old Brew Plaza, centrally located in Red Deer.

As the music fills the room, engage all 5 senses in a great restaurant with an amazing atmosphere and the best jazz musicians from our city.

The weekend “comes alive” at One Eleven Grill where you’re invited to accompany friends, family or just to stop by for a drink and entertainment at Red Deer’s only live jazz restaurant.

One Eleven Grill serves the best AAA Beef along with popular North American cuisine prepared in a simple elegant fashion. We use seasonal farm-fresh ingredients and feature an incredible selection of wine to choose from.

Join us for a great time this weekend at One Eleven Grill in Red Deer!

Calendar of Events

Live Jazz entertainment schedule

About the Artists

Rose Marie C has been a mainstay of the Edmonton music scene for many years, first as a classical and contemporary music artist. She is one of 150 foreign saxophonists world-wide who had the privilege of studying with Jean-Marie Londeix. This past year Rose Marie also performed with Bobby Cameron, and was part of the regular jam band at LB’s Pub in St. Albert.

The Dino Dominelli Trio returns back to the 111 Grill with rising stars Mboya Nicholson piano (New Orleans) and Paul Johnson Bass (Paris, France/ Montreal. This world class Jazz Trio will deliver song classics of the American Song book and Bebop standards.

  Thom Golub is a bassist, as well as a multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter (under the name Thom as Fred) from Edmonton. He brings with him some of his favourite musicians to the One Eleven Grill for interpretations of songs by Willie Nelson, David Rawlings, Daniel Lanois as well as a number of standards from the American Songbook. With Thom on string bass, there will be Eric Weiden on trumpet and Jamie Philp on guitar.