Events

Weekly Features

 

Irish Sundays

Sunday

Slainte! Raise a glass of our fine Irish beer every Sunday for $6.50 a pint - All day!

 

Wine Wednesday

Wednesdays

Every Wednesday is Wine Wednesday at Mahony & Sons - All wine is 1/2/price from 6pm onwards! Let's toast to Hump Day & all the wine! #MahonysMakingHumpDayEvenHappier

 

Crafternoons

Monday - Friday

From Monday - Friday till 5pm join us for the Crafternoon featuring five always rotating local craft brews on tap for $5.50!'

Events

Pat Chessell

THURSDAY • AUGUST 2nd

"A force to be reckoned with" is how, Canada's top Celtic publication, The Celtic Connection describes Pat Chessell.

Pat Chessell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia – not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Celtic folk musicians. His versatile guitar playing has found him as a musician in a variety of bands. Pat's first love, however, is folk music. His passionate, smoky vocals are complemented by Celtic fueled sounds that stretch into influences of roots, blues and country.

Johnny Leroux

FRIDAY • AUGUST 3rd

Johnny Leroux was born in Montreal into a music loving family. He moved to Vancouver early in life and continued to develop his passion of guitar and singing. His first official band, playing with long-time friend and music guru Duane Keogh, was called "Johnny Can't Rhyme" - a tribute to Johnny's inability to rap. He and Duane later teamed up with Dave Keogh and Jeff O'Halloran to form the Van Demons Band, the precursor to the famous rocking celtic group The Town Pants. Johnny has performed in over 10 countries and is starting pre-production on his debut CD ... working title "Mr. Right Now." He has been described by Baron Cameron of The Aging Rockstar Review as the "owner of the quintessential Canadian voice." His musical repertoire spans both time and genres and includes artists ranging from James Taylor and Pearl Jam right up to Justin Beiber. He has a unique style that encourages audience participation and will leave you wanting more.

Pat Chessell

THURSDAY • AUGUST 9th

"A force to be reckoned with" is how, Canada's top Celtic publication, The Celtic Connection describes Pat Chessell.

Pat Chessell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia – not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Celtic folk musicians. His versatile guitar playing has found him as a musician in a variety of bands. Pat's first love, however, is folk music. His passionate, smoky vocals are complemented by Celtic fueled sounds that stretch into influences of roots, blues and country.

Johnny Leroux

FRIDAY • AUGUST 10th

Johnny Leroux was born in Montreal into a music loving family. He moved to Vancouver early in life and continued to develop his passion of guitar and singing. His first official band, playing with long-time friend and music guru Duane Keogh, was called "Johnny Can't Rhyme" - a tribute to Johnny's inability to rap. He and Duane later teamed up with Dave Keogh and Jeff O'Halloran to form the Van Demons Band, the precursor to the famous rocking celtic group The Town Pants. Johnny has performed in over 10 countries and is starting pre-production on his debut CD ... working title "Mr. Right Now." He has been described by Baron Cameron of The Aging Rockstar Review as the "owner of the quintessential Canadian voice." His musical repertoire spans both time and genres and includes artists ranging from James Taylor and Pearl Jam right up to Justin Beiber. He has a unique style that encourages audience participation and will leave you wanting more.

No photo available.

The ConMen

SATURDAY • AUGUST 11th

Far from the land of Ireland, two Munster men came together to form the ConMen in Vancouver, BC in early 2018. Playing everything from Thin Lizzy to Van Morrison and the Kings of Leon to Black Street, the ConMen will surely keep you entertained if you are lucky enough to catch one of their shows in the Lower Mainland. 2018 promises to be a busy year for the gentlemen as they write and record their first EP.
To see where they are playing next check them out on Instagram @the_conmen

Johnny Leroux

FRIDAY • AUGUST 17th

Johnny Leroux was born in Montreal into a music loving family. He moved to Vancouver early in life and continued to develop his passion of guitar and singing. His first official band, playing with long-time friend and music guru Duane Keogh, was called "Johnny Can't Rhyme" - a tribute to Johnny's inability to rap. He and Duane later teamed up with Dave Keogh and Jeff O'Halloran to form the Van Demons Band, the precursor to the famous rocking celtic group The Town Pants. Johnny has performed in over 10 countries and is starting pre-production on his debut CD ... working title "Mr. Right Now." He has been described by Baron Cameron of The Aging Rockstar Review as the "owner of the quintessential Canadian voice." His musical repertoire spans both time and genres and includes artists ranging from James Taylor and Pearl Jam right up to Justin Beiber. He has a unique style that encourages audience participation and will leave you wanting more.

Pip Sargeant

Saturday • AUGUST 18th

Pip Sargeant’s journey as a musician began at the age of 7 with piano lessons, and by age 14 he placed first in local Eisteddfods on classical piano two years running. At 15 he’d taken up the guitar and was soon playing in touring acts The New Epoch, an originals band he was the front man for, and a big band playing jazz where he played rhythm and lead guitar.

Pat Chessell

THURSDAY • AUGUST 23rd

"A force to be reckoned with" is how, Canada's top Celtic publication, The Celtic Connection describes Pat Chessell.

Pat Chessell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia – not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Celtic folk musicians. His versatile guitar playing has found him as a musician in a variety of bands. Pat's first love, however, is folk music. His passionate, smoky vocals are complemented by Celtic fueled sounds that stretch into influences of roots, blues and country.

Johnny Leroux

FRIDAY • AUGUST 24th

Johnny Leroux was born in Montreal into a music loving family. He moved to Vancouver early in life and continued to develop his passion of guitar and singing. His first official band, playing with long-time friend and music guru Duane Keogh, was called "Johnny Can't Rhyme" - a tribute to Johnny's inability to rap. He and Duane later teamed up with Dave Keogh and Jeff O'Halloran to form the Van Demons Band, the precursor to the famous rocking celtic group The Town Pants. Johnny has performed in over 10 countries and is starting pre-production on his debut CD ... working title "Mr. Right Now." He has been described by Baron Cameron of The Aging Rockstar Review as the "owner of the quintessential Canadian voice." His musical repertoire spans both time and genres and includes artists ranging from James Taylor and Pearl Jam right up to Justin Beiber. He has a unique style that encourages audience participation and will leave you wanting more.

The New Shackletons

SATURDAY • AUGUST 25th

The New Shackletons started out backing a number of artists on the BC country scene. They played festivals, weekly club residencies, and even barn dances. Realizing how well they performed together, the three grouped up and started their own independent trio. Now they play classic country tunes and country-infused pop songs that they've coined "Rebel Country."

Pat Chessell

THURSDAY • AUGUST 30th

"A force to be reckoned with" is how, Canada's top Celtic publication, The Celtic Connection describes Pat Chessell.

Pat Chessell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia – not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Celtic folk musicians. His versatile guitar playing has found him as a musician in a variety of bands. Pat's first love, however, is folk music. His passionate, smoky vocals are complemented by Celtic fueled sounds that stretch into influences of roots, blues and country.

Johnny Leroux

FRIDAY • AUGUST 31st

Johnny Leroux was born in Montreal into a music loving family. He moved to Vancouver early in life and continued to develop his passion of guitar and singing. His first official band, playing with long-time friend and music guru Duane Keogh, was called "Johnny Can't Rhyme" - a tribute to Johnny's inability to rap. He and Duane later teamed up with Dave Keogh and Jeff O'Halloran to form the Van Demons Band, the precursor to the famous rocking celtic group The Town Pants. Johnny has performed in over 10 countries and is starting pre-production on his debut CD ... working title "Mr. Right Now." He has been described by Baron Cameron of The Aging Rockstar Review as the "owner of the quintessential Canadian voice." His musical repertoire spans both time and genres and includes artists ranging from James Taylor and Pearl Jam right up to Justin Beiber. He has a unique style that encourages audience participation and will leave you wanting more.

No photo available.

The ConMen

SATURDAY • SEPTEMBER 1st

Far from the land of Ireland, two Munster men came together to form the ConMen in Vancouver, BC in early 2018. Playing everything from Thin Lizzy to Van Morrison and the Kings of Leon to Black Street, the ConMen will surely keep you entertained if you are lucky enough to catch one of their shows in the Lower Mainland. 2018 promises to be a busy year for the gentlemen as they write and record their first EP.
To see where they are playing next check them out on Instagram @the_conmen

Weekly Features

 

Irish Sundays

Sunday

Slainte! Raise a glass of our fine Irish beer every Sunday for $6.50 a pint - All day!

 

Trivia Night

Starting Fall 2018

Test your knowledge and enjoy the "Craic" at the famous Mahony & Sons Trivia Nights. Good food, drinks and fun for everyone...

 

Wine Wednesday

Wednesdays

Every Wednesday is Wine Wednesday at Mahony & Sons - All wine is 1/2/price from 6pm onwards! Let's toast to Hump Day & all the wine! #MahonysMakingHumpDayEvenHappier

 

Crafternoons

Monday - Friday

From Monday - Friday till 5pm join us for the Crafternoon featuring five always rotating local craft brews on tap for $5.50!'

Events

Pip Sargeant

SATURDAY • AUGUST 11th

Pip Sargeant’s journey as a musician began at the age of 7 with piano lessons, and by age 14 he placed first in local Eisteddfods on classical piano two years running. At 15 he’d taken up the guitar and was soon playing in touring acts The New Epoch, an originals band he was the front man for, and a big band playing jazz where he played rhythm and lead guitar.

Pip Sargeant

SATURDAY • AUGUST 25th

Pip Sargeant’s journey as a musician began at the age of 7 with piano lessons, and by age 14 he placed first in local Eisteddfods on classical piano two years running. At 15 he’d taken up the guitar and was soon playing in touring acts The New Epoch, an originals band he was the front man for, and a big band playing jazz where he played rhythm and lead guitar.

The Flynn O'Briens

SATURDAY • SEPTEMBER 1st

The Flynn O’Brien’s” as in, Catherine Flynn, and Brian O’Brien.

Their musical worlds collided when they met at a session in a local Vancouver Irish bar. Since then they have been joining forces with their strong love and respect for Irish music and folk music. This lady and gent duo compliment each other, as they will take you through an evening of soothing and soulful ballads, to energizing foot tapping tunes!

Weekly Features

 

Irish Sundays

Sunday

Slainte! Raise a glass of our fine Irish beer every Sunday for $6.50 a pint - All day!

 

Trivia Night

Tuesday

Test your knowledge and enjoy the "Craic" at the famous Mahony & Sons Trivia Nights. Good food, drinks and fun for everyone... Game starts at 8pm.

 

Wine Wednesday

Wednesdays

Every Wednesday is Wine Wednesday at Mahony & Sons - All wine is 1/2/price from 6pm onwards! Let's toast to Hump Day & all the wine! #MahonysMakingHumpDayEvenHappier

 

Crafternoons

Monday - Friday

From Monday - Friday till 5pm join us for the Crafternoon featuring five always rotating local craft brews on tap for $5.50!'

Events

Jeff Bryant

FRIDAY • AUGUST 3rd

Jeff has been performing music in one form or another for the last 20 years. After several years playing music in Toronto with his original band, The Human Statues, Jeff returned to Vancouver to pursue new opportunities in music, theatre and voice over.

Pat Chessell

WEDNESDAY • AUGUST 8th

"A force to be reckoned with" is how, Canada's top Celtic publication, The Celtic Connection describes Pat Chessell.

Pat Chessell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia – not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Celtic folk musicians. His versatile guitar playing has found him as a musician in a variety of bands. Pat's first love, however, is folk music. His passionate, smoky vocals are complemented by Celtic fueled sounds that stretch into influences of roots, blues and country.

Jeff Bryant

FRIDAY • AUGUST 10th

Jeff has been performing music in one form or another for the last 20 years. After several years playing music in Toronto with his original band, The Human Statues, Jeff returned to Vancouver to pursue new opportunities in music, theatre and voice over.

Pat Chessell

WEDNESDAY • AUGUST 15th

"A force to be reckoned with" is how, Canada's top Celtic publication, The Celtic Connection describes Pat Chessell.

Pat Chessell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia – not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Celtic folk musicians. His versatile guitar playing has found him as a musician in a variety of bands. Pat's first love, however, is folk music. His passionate, smoky vocals are complemented by Celtic fueled sounds that stretch into influences of roots, blues and country.

Jeff Bryant

FRIDAY • AUGUST 17th

Jeff has been performing music in one form or another for the last 20 years. After several years playing music in Toronto with his original band, The Human Statues, Jeff returned to Vancouver to pursue new opportunities in music, theatre and voice over.

Pat Chessell

WEDNESDAY • AUGUST 22nd

"A force to be reckoned with" is how, Canada's top Celtic publication, The Celtic Connection describes Pat Chessell.

Pat Chessell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia – not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Celtic folk musicians. His versatile guitar playing has found him as a musician in a variety of bands. Pat's first love, however, is folk music. His passionate, smoky vocals are complemented by Celtic fueled sounds that stretch into influences of roots, blues and country.

Jeff Bryant

FRIDAY • AUGUST 24th

Jeff has been performing music in one form or another for the last 20 years. After several years playing music in Toronto with his original band, The Human Statues, Jeff returned to Vancouver to pursue new opportunities in music, theatre and voice over.

Pat Chessell

WEDNESDAY • AUGUST 29th

"A force to be reckoned with" is how, Canada's top Celtic publication, The Celtic Connection describes Pat Chessell.

Pat Chessell was born in Vancouver, British Columbia – not the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Celtic folk musicians. His versatile guitar playing has found him as a musician in a variety of bands. Pat's first love, however, is folk music. His passionate, smoky vocals are complemented by Celtic fueled sounds that stretch into influences of roots, blues and country.

Jeff Bryant

FRIDAY • AUGUST 31st

Jeff has been performing music in one form or another for the last 20 years. After several years playing music in Toronto with his original band, The Human Statues, Jeff returned to Vancouver to pursue new opportunities in music, theatre and voice over.