Centre Stage Series 2013/2014
Welcome to the Brand-New All-Canadian Centre Stage Series Line-Up 2013/2014!
Showcasing Fantastic Canadian Music on One Great Stage!
Current Subscribers have until June 30 to renew their subscriptions for the upcoming season.
New subscriptions will be on sale in July. Please check back in early July.
Season Subscriptions: include all six concerts, per seat: $150.00
Single Concert Tickets: $32.00 per seat per show and will be on sale for all shows in late August
Here's our new and exciting lineup:
Opening Night: Friday, September 20, 2013
Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys
PEI's Fast Paced, Smooth Dancin' Bluegrass Group
Opening Night: Wednesday, October 16, 2013
• Tom Power's "Best Discovery Band" at 2012 East Coast Music Awards
Canadian Country Christmas with Sean Hogan, Duane Steele
and Samantha King
Celebrate the Christmas season country style!
Opening Night: Friday, December 6, 2013
“When you make an album this good it transcends genres … well written, soulful tracks … If there is a better country album than this in 2012, I will be surprised”
– John Emms, Music Journalist and Radio Host
J.P. Cormier with Emily Dingwall
Multi-Instrumentalist and Dazzling Musicianship
Opening Night: Thursday, February 20, 2014
The fabulous multi-talented J.P. Cormier who has toured for 30+ years brings his dazzling music and vocals to the Empress along with singer/ songwriter Emily Dingwall on bass and vocals.
Canadian Folk Star
Opening Night: Thursday, April 3, 2014
A three-time Juno Award winning famed Canadian singer/songwriter, this star of folk music sings her original songs in a riveting performance that ensures her an ever expanding fan base with every show.
“A masterful performer, wildly funny one moment, deeply personal the next.”
Truly Authentic Scottish-born Canadian Singer/Songwriter with a flair for openhearted singing and an ability to capture the audience's heart.
Opening Night: Thursday, May 1, 2014
"One of Canada's outstanding poets, songwriters, storytellers. That's David Francey with a lovely little tribute to tonight."
- Ron MacLean, Hockey Night in Canada.
November 22/03 - Following the Canadian Heritage Classic Hockey Game.