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EVENINGS IN THE HALL

Experience the magic of live performance in this intimate indoor venue with seven full length concerts, an evening of theatre and night of literary readings. 
 

Seating is general admission and the box office, outside the Hall lobby, opens one hour prior to each performance. The Hall is located at 290 Esplanade Avenue one block east of the Harrison Lake Plaza.

 
All shows begin at 8:30pm (except Sundays 7:30pm).  Doors open a half hour prior to each performance.
Tickets available:
Online: Click the 'Purchase Tickets' button below the show description on this page.
By Phone: 604.796.3664
In person: 98 Rockwell Drive, Harrison Hot Springs Monday to Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm.
 
Get your tickets early and save:
Buy tickets before June 24 and save up to $3.00 per ticket
 
          Full Festival Pass (includes tickets to all nine evening events):
          Adult $140 (till June 24), $155 (after June 24)
          Student/Senior $125 (before June 24), $140 (after June 24)
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Indie soul with a positive, communal musical groove that draws on a range of influences

A masterful Scottish-Canadian songwriter and storyteller performing for the first time in our Memorial Hall

 
UFV Continuing Education Dept. presents Fauzia Rafique and Gary Thandi with musical guests Rajasthan Josh
 
A selection of 1 act plays from the 2016 UFV Emerging Directors Showcase

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A double bill of some of Canada's best blues influenced music, from Cecile's smoking guitar licks to the Wailer's gritty 50's R and B vibe

 

Yemeni and West African influences with contemporary grooves from funk to mambo and the deep soul of old chants

Some of North America’s most distinctive and creative roots musicians revive, recycle, and reimagine music collected by folklorist Alan Lomax

 
World roots music from Celtic to Cumbia

 
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Stunning vocal trio play songs from their latest release Burn the Plan

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