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Summer Drama Blast offers theatrical experience

Abbotsford's Gallery 7 Theatre is offering its drama camp program, Summer Drama Blast, this July for kids and teens aged six to 18.
Celebrating arts and culture

Celebrating arts and culture

The Reach Gallery and Museum celebrated its Fraser Valley 2011 Biennale arts and cultural fair on Saturday, June 18.
Abbotsford's You Say Party wins at MuchMusic Video Awards

Abbotsford's You Say Party wins at MuchMusic Video Awards

Abbotsford’s You Say Party (YSP) took home a MuchMusic Video Award on Sunday in Toronto thanks to the music video for Lonley's Lunch, which won Director of the Year.

New KISS tickets are released

Global Spectrum has released a small number of limited view side stage seats for $90.25. The rock band performs at Abbotsford Entertainment & Sports Centre on June 27.
Violin concert is postponed

Violin concert is postponed

Anyone who purchased tickets can get a refund at King’s Music, 2669 Langdon St. For more information, call 604-853-5996.

Corbin Brothers offer musical diversity

The Corbin Brothers will perform at Fraser River Heritage Park on June 24, as part of the Envision Twilight Concert Series. The Central Fraser Valley Fiddlers take over the stage on June 29 from 7 to 8 p.m.
Oh No! Yoko: Abbotsford band releases debut album

Oh No! Yoko: Abbotsford band releases debut album

A local band is celebrating the release of its first CD with an Abbotsford performance before starting the touring season.

Cirque du Soleil to return to Abbotsford next year

Jason Blumenfeld, general manager of the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre (AESC), told city council that over 15,000 people turned out to watch Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion.
Vriend looks to Americana for latest album

Vriend looks to Americana for latest album

Singer brings Love & Other Stuff to festival
Roots singer brings show to Abbotsford

Roots singer brings show to Abbotsford

Chelsea Nisbett performs at the House of James on Friday, June 17.