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Louisiana Hayride Show Saturday September 15 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× You’ll think you’ve gone back in time and are at the concert of Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Roy Orbison, Crystal Gayle, Hank Williams and Lefty Frizzell. Also on stage to entertain you will be Shania Twain along with songs by Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Buck Owens.
Dakha Brakha Saturday September 22 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× Ukraine’s DakhaBrakha delivers a sonic feast that weaves traditional Ukrainian folk melodies into a musical tapestry of indie folk-rock, urban hip hop and pop. Its an avant-garde sound that’s been lovingly described as “ethno-chaos”!
Noteworthy Concerts Monday October 1 2018 at 7:00 PMCowichan Stage
× Elizabeth and Marcel Bergmann kick-off the fall season with our Noteworthy Classical Concerts dedicated to their German heritage with this special Oktoberfest celebration concert on multiple keyboards featuring works by Strauss, Bach, Weill, Gershwin, Brubeck and much more.
Flicker Sunday October 14 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× Dancers of Damelahamid, an indigenous dance company from the Northwest Coast of British Columbia, transform time and space, and bridge the ancient with a living traditions through performances of dramatic dance, captivating narrative, intricately carved masks, and elaborate regalia. Flicker (as in “woodpecker”) is a multimedia dance work that follows a young man as he sets out on an inner journey encountering wandering souls, dancers and mythical creatures.
Nashville Hurricane Thursday October 18 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× Chase Padgett, the creator of 6 Guitars, returns to the stage in a one-man, tour-de-force performance about what really happened to the best damn guitar player you’ve never heard of... the Nashville Hurricane. Filled with comedy, music and multiple characters, this curious tale of finger-picking fury will blow you away.
Ballet Kelowna Thursday October 25 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× In celebration of Ballet Kelowna’s 15th anniversary season, the company presents its first full-length ballet – A Streetcar Named Desire, by renowned Canadian choreographer John Alleyne. Adapted from Tennessee Williams’ 1947 Pulitzer Prize winning drama, Alleyne’s Streetcar explores themes of vitality and fragility and the struggle between the dying aristocracy and the working class and combines compelling dance with superb acting, lavish costumes, and an original jazz score by BC-based composer Tobin Stokes.
BC World Music Collective Friday November 2 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× If there ever was a World Music super-group, this would be it. The BC World Music Collective is an exciting band with some impressive talent. Their performances brings together musicians from Cuba, Mexico, Brazil, Africa, and London, who now make their home in the beautiful province of BC collaborating with each other as they play and sing their own songs and tell the stories of where they are from and how they got to BC.
God is a Scottish Drag Queen Saturday November 3 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× Comedian Mike Delamont returns with his hilarious, award-winning one-man show God Is A Scottish Drag Queen: The Second Coming - an all new two-act comedy of biblical proportions! God comes down to skewer everything from the 10 Commandments to Trump in an unforgettable night of comedy!
Glass Tiger Wednesday November 7 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× Glass Tiger's Wae Yer Family (With Your Family) is the perfect evening of music, friendship, family, and storytelling that are sure to capture your heart with an evening of songs and storytelling and special guest Jessica Mitchell.
This is That Live! Friday November 16 2018 at 7:30 PM- Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
× Get ready for another evening of non-stop laughter when CBC Radio show hosts Peter Oldring and Pat Kelly revisit their best fabricated headlines, character interviews and mockumentary stories as the final curtain drops on This is That Live in Cowichan.