Fionn MacCool's Kitchener
4287 King Street East, Unit 7
Kitchener ON, N2P 2E9
Monday: 11am - 12am
Tuesday: 11am - 12am
Wednesday: 11am - 12am
Thursday: 11am - 1am
Friday: 11am - 2am
Saturday: 11am - 2am
Sunday: 11am - 11pm
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Monday - All Pies $10.99+
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Tuesday - $2.99 Tacos!+
Enjoy our Fish or Chicken Tacos for $2.99 each every Tuesday!
Wednesday - Fish & Chips 1 pc. $9.99+
Our beer battered 1 piece Fish & Chips is only $9.99 every Wednesday!
Thursday - $3 Off The Crowd Pleaser Platter+
$4.50 Draught of the Day+
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Live Music & Special Events
Mar 25, 2017 | 8:00 PM: Jesse Parent+
“As far back as I can remember, music was the most exciting thing in my life,” says singer-songwriter Jesse Parent on the phone from his Kitchener, ON home. “My whole life, I’ve been on stage somehow,” says Parent, 29, a self-described folk-rock, Canadiana artist, who takes his cues from the likes of Neil Young, Paul Simon, and Blue Rodeo. In September 2016 Jesse released his first live album with his band, The Pines. He has been described as ‘subtly captivating, a fetching blend of country, pop and folk”, "Americana music injected with a modern sensibility". With this new release they are happy in their new sound which blends folk, rock, blues, and country elements. “I like to write story-based, lyric driven songs. I try to draw people in, make a connection somehow,” he offers. Jesse can be found spending a lot of time on the road in Southwestern Ontario, but spends time in other parts of Canada several times a year - travelling anywhere from 200 to 2000km a week, playing about 200 shows a year. It’s a hectic schedule to keep. “This thing is as much a curse as it is a passion,” he says. “There’s no question that I need to pursue music. Following your passion for a living is very difficult on many different levels, but at the same time, I couldn’t imagine NOT doing it.” Parent’s early influences came from discovering his dad’s record collection: the ’70s rock of The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Supertramp with the occasional Beatles or Elvis Costello record. That’s where Parent first discovered Paul Simon’s groundbreaking Graceland from 1986. “Since I was very young, Graceland has been one of my favourite records. When I was little, I could dance to it, it was fun. As I grew older, I began to appreciate all the other parts of that record more and more. The lyrics, the craftsmanship - everything that makes it so unique. Maybe someday I'll write something that good,” he says with a laugh. And what drives Parent for all those hours behind the wheel? “I like the sense of being with people of like minds - a kind of understanding. A connection through the music.” “I know when I go see a show, I like to see people who are really passionate about what they do,” he says, adding that well-crafted songs are vital. All the shows. All the miles. All the sweat and the songs. It’s good to stay focused and busy, he says. Whether he’s playing solo or with his band he says, “Play as much as possible. Whether it’s practicing, rehearsing, jamming or writing. Work hard, play a lot and be nice; Genuinely nice. Have a good attitude and be happy to be there.” Go see him live, in a town near you.
Mar 31, 2017 | 8:00 PM: Rum Cuillin+
Inspired by his strong Scottish heritage, Rùm Cuillin is the stage name chosen by Markham based singer, songwriter Cameron Kennedy. Since early childhood Cameron's life and destiny has been more obviously and inseparably bound to music with each passing year. Pursued expectantly by a growing and enthusiastic throng of fans, Rùm Cuillin performances are in increasing demand throughout southern Ontario.
Apr 1, 2017 | 8:00 PM: Lonestar Cafe+
Lonestar Cafe is a trio from Kitchener, Ontario. Music is influenced by many types, primarily Texas Blues, power psychedelic from the late '60s and Texas style music from the '70s and '80s. Solid and soulful rhythms with Matt on drums, and Jay on bass, with blues and rock licks from Rich on guitar. Playing favorites from SRV, Jimi Hendrix, ZZ Top and others. And, the songs from their forthcoming album, 1995.
Apr 7, 2017 | 8:00 PM: Tyler Young
Apr 8, 2017 | 8:00 PM: James Ketts+
Born and raised in a Family of musicians, James Kuttelwascher was exposed to music at an early age. James began playing the saxophone and trumpet, performing in school bands. Branching off to playing guitar and singing, James soon after began his solo career, performing his first show on a dinner cruise. Now as an established artist, James enjoys performing at venues all over southern Ontario. James tends to play a variety of different cover music, including but not limited to Pop, Country and Alternative Whether it be lacing up a pair of hockey skates, or strapping on his guitar to hit the stage, this laid back musician always puts his heart into everything he does.
Apr 14, 2017 | 8:00 PM: Flowers For Daniel+
What started as a solo acoustic project by Algernon Friolet in 2015, Flowers for Daniel has since morphed into a 4-piece alt-rock act. While the overall sound is a reflection of different influences within the band, fans of Friolet's trademark vocals and playing style will not be disappointed. Check out flowersfordaniel.com for all upcoming shows and news!
Apr 15, 2017 | 8:00 PM: Ragwax+
The Ragwax performance brings fresh vigour to vintage 1900s-1940s jazz. He reinterprets and incorporates blues, jump blues, hot jazz, a bit of rockabilly, original, and modern songs into his unique yet curiously familiar sound. The resulting presentation is provocative and distinctly resonant. Jazz has come to mean music that is snobbishly sophisticated, bland and boring. Visualise a bunch of musicians impressing each other, while studiously ignoring the audience. On the other hand, by original design, dixieland, hot jazz and Tin Pan Alley engaged people and got them moving and dancing. As a contemporary artist in his twenties, Ragwax plays songs that are entertaining and almost a hundred years old. He revives and renews historic jazz standards, proving them to be exciting and truly timeless. While playing bars, clubs, hotels and restaurants to make a living, patrons expect the usual classic rock or top 40 for live entertainment, but Ragwax catches them off-guard and they’ll dance, buy drinks, and show a personal interest between sets. There is a nostalgia and timelessness to his performance that gets a crowd excited and engaged in a refreshing way. Ragwax entertainment is a rare treat, something people would typically have to go out of their way to find.
Apr 21, 2017 | 8:00 PM: Zachary Erickson+
For the past 4 years Zachary Erickson has worked hard to craft a truly unique and original sound, entertaining audiences all throughout Canada. Headlining shows for Canadian Music Week, Indie Week, and TWIMfest Zachary has made a name for himself with his original band Little Boxer whose high energy live performances have put them on the radar in Toronto’s music scene. Zachary has brought that energy wherever he goes, engaging and entertaining any audience with his wide repertoire of songs and skillful guitar playing. Currently working as a full time musician Zachary’s deep gravely voice can be heard in restaurants and bars all throughout Ontario.
Apr 22, 2017 | 8:00 PM: The Shananigans+
Always energetic and entertaining Shananigans are considered a crowd pleasing Canadian East Coast band with a sound for all ages! Based in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, it's current members originate from Ireland, Scotland, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island giving them an amazing and diverse Maritime sound that's been wowing crowds large and small from every age and demographic from 5 to 105! Since 2008 the Shananigans brand of high energy family friendly entertainment has been in high demand, performing at some of the areas biggest venues and largest festivals sharing the stage with the Mudmen, John McDermott, the American Roques, George Canyon, the Red Hot Chili Pipers, Albannach, James Hill, Parsonfield as well as many others. Known for their traditional sound with pleasing vocals and soothing harmonies Shananigans still maintain just the right amount of punch! The Shananigans have performed at many community events, festivals & venues including; Kitchener City Hall, Waterloo Public Square, the Kitchener Market, Bobby O'Briens, the Concordia Club, McCabe's Irish Pub & Grill, Fionn MacCool's, Conestoga College, the Stampede Corral, the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium (the AUD), Castle Kilbride in Baden, the University of Guelph, Dorchester Arena, Brussels Arena, North Bay Rib Fest, Peddlers Pub in Sudbury, Bull and Barrel in Barrie, the Irish Festivities in Niagara Falls, the Pickering Recreation Centre, the Aurora Community Centre, the Beaches Celtic Fest in Toronto, the Tall Ships Festival at Blue Mountain Collingwood, the Embro Highland Games, the Ontario Men's Tankard, two International Plowing Matches (Roseville & Mitchel), Fort George Celtic Fest in Niagara-on-the-lake, the Fergus Scottish Festival and Highland Games (2011, 2015) and more!
Apr 28, 2017 | 8:00 PM: The O'Deadly's+
From neighbourhood pubs to the Ireland Fund of Canada, The O'Deadlys have lit up the room, large or small, with anything from traditional Celtic tunes to contemporary hits everyone knows and loves.
Apr 29, 2017 | 8:00 PM: James Cameron
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