Kevin Mooney Fire Hall Concert Series

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we regret to inform you that the Fire Hall Concert scheduled for Sunday, March 8th with the Jen Hodge All Stars has been CANCELLED.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

Sound the alarm it’s concert time! Join us this spring for the second annual concert series dedicated to the memory of Vancouver’s treasured music fan and promoter Kevin Mooney.  These free, all ages concerts located in a North Vancouver Fire Hall are sure to be the city’s hottest ticket. Grab your helmet and slide on down and see Jen Hodge and Dawn Pemberton live in concert! Please bring donations for the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund.

Co-presented by the Vancouver International Children’s Festival and The BlueShore at CapU

  • Registration not required but please arrive early as space is limited in the hall. Entrance to the concerts will be first come, first served.
  • ALARMS MAY INTERRUPT THE CONCERT. The musicians will do their best to continue. The Firefighters will be as quiet as possible as they hurry away.

Jen Hodge All-Stars perform the music of Jelly Roll Morton
March 8th, 2pm
Fire Hall #1 | 165 13th St E., North Vancouver
CANCELLED

A BC-born, NYC-based bass player, vocalist and bandleader, Jen Hodge uses her infectious love for making music to dive deep into Vancouver’s unique jazz history.  

Dawn Pemberton
June 14th, 2pm
Fire Hall #1 | 165 13th St E., North Vancouver

Vibrant, genuine and soulful, Dawn Pemberton crafts her music with a sense of adventure, quirkiness, and serious groove and shapes it into her own unique and dynamic package. 

Special thanks to the Timothy C Kerr Family Foundation, the City of North Vancouver Fire Department, the North Shore News and VancouverMom.ca

Show Times

Sunday, June 14, 2020
2:00 pm — 3:00 pm North Vancouver Fire Hall #1

Tickets

FREE Family Concert Series!
Please bring donations for the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund

  • Registration not required but please arrive early as space is limited at the hall. Entrance to the concerts will be first come, first served.