Halibut Cove Live events are intimate gatherings featuring world-class musicians in Halibut Cove, Alaska. Relax under a canopy on the deck while you listen to performances from the floating amphitheater. Gourmet, healthy cuisine prepared by some of Alaska's best chefs includes locally grown produce, succulent fresh caught seafood, and specialty meats. Tickets are $170 per person and include gourmet meal, drink ticket, and round-trip transportation from Homer to Quiet Place Lodge in Halibut Cove, 6 miles across Kachemak Bay, aboard the Alaska Coastal Marine vessel "Discovery." Proceeds from these events benefit the Homer Foundation.

Todd Grebe and Cold Country

Saturday, July 12, 2014

A band that started in Alaska with the idea to play original honkytonk roots music that ranges from bluegrass to blues and beyond. Todd Grebe and Cold Country now reside in Nashville,TN. Having just recorded an album in Nashville, the band is happy to be playing around town and is getting ready for an Alaskan tour this May. The band features the red hot fiddle action of Angela Oudean, the raging mandolin prowess of David long, the rock steady all night long bass thumping of Mike Bub, and the rowdy vocal stylings of Todd Grebe.

The Dan Mac Band

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Alaskan jazz pianist, Dan MacElrath is joined by the incomparable John "Pypes" Teamer on vocals and Brad Shermock, lead trumpet for the Doc Severenson Big Band.
Halibut Cove Live events benefit the Homer Foundation, a community foundation established to enhance the quality of life for the citizens of the greater Homer area. We connect generosity to community need. Call for more information, 235-0541 or 299-9902, or jsteward@homerfund.org