Vancouver soul and blues band High Society will be in Winlaw next weekend.

Kayu’s Cafe brings live music back to Winlaw

High Society drops by to inject some serious funk on Friday, February 28 and Saturday, March 1.

The Kayu’s Cafe recently re-opened in Winlaw after a winter of renovations. The former Cedar Creek Cafe now has an amazing new look and extensive menu which everyone is encouraged to drop in and experience.

On Friday, February 28 and Saturday, March 1 the new owners will continue the tradition of offering live music in the restaurant when High Society drops by to inject some serious funk.

This well known Vancouver band features the striking vocals of Chelsea Johnson along with the vocals and keyboard-melting fingerwork of Adam Farnsworth. Add the multi-instrumentalist Ashton Sweet on baritone saxophone and well-toured percussionist Kenan Sungur on drums and you have one hot band.

Each evening the music gets underway at 9 p.m. and admission, as always, will be by donation.

Kayu’s Cafe is open every day of the week and keeps the doors open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

Owner Nala Keane also has operated the Little Slocan Lodge and is no stranger to staging great musical events.

Kayu’s Cafe is located on Highway 6 in Winlaw. They can be found on Facebook as well as at

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