Sell outs, discount, free programming, FAQ and room rate
Passes, some tickets SOLD OUT
Little more than ten days away from our January Festival, tickets to Shivering Songs shows are quickly disappearing. Last week, Festival Passes and individual tickets to Joel + Bill Plaskett w/ Jenn Grant as well as Fortunate Ones w/ Andrew Sisk sold out. Remaining tickets are available online and/or in person at the Etixnow kiosk in the lobby of Isaac’s Way Restaurant.
NOTE: While some fan favourites have sold out, we encourage festival followers to take a chance on some amazing Canadian talents, like Shane Koyczan w/ Michael Feuerstack FRIDAY and Les Hay Babies w/ Mo Kenney SATURDAY. So, for the next 5 days we’re offering $10 off your total purchase when you add these two tickets to your shopping cart. Available online only. No promo code necessary.
Songs of the City
A unique collaboration between United Way, Shivering Songs, and Theatre New Brunswick, Songs of the City will tell the stories of people whose lives have been changed thanks to the community’s ongoing support of United Way.
Songs of the City, which kicks of Shivering Songs’ 2016 program this January 21, will pair each of these impacted individuals with a writer to develop their stories of change. The event will also feature songs composed about these stories, performed by Michael Feuerstack, Keith Hallett, Jessica Rhaye, Andrew Sisk and The Olympic Symphonium.
This event is FREE to the general public with limited seats available. It’s first come, first serve. Doors open at 7pm, with the event kicking off at 7:30pm. A Shivering Songs pass guarantees your entry.
For more information, please contact:
Jeff Richardson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fredericton presents: Little Hands Make Great Art
Shivering Songs is extremely pleased to add a new free family-oriented component to its 2016 edition. Presented by the City of Fredericton, Little Hands Make Great Art will host Sheree Fitch, Paul McAllister and Will Pacey at the Fredericton Public Library from 10:30-12:30pm on January 23.
Beloved children’s author Sheree Fitch will draw from her nearly three decade-long career, which has spawned such cherished works as Toes in My Noes and Mable Murple. Paul McAllister will release his much anticipated children’s book There & Back Again: A Herman Tale. Fredericton’s Will Pacey will also perform as part of the inaugural #FROSTival event, which includes an arts and crafts hour.
For more information, please contact:
Brendan MaGee at email@example.com
I BOUGHT PASSES, WHERE DO I PICK THEM UP?
Festival Passes will be available for pick-up at the following times/locations:
Wed 20 Jan, 10am-3pm, @ HJBF Office, 81 Regent
Thurs 21 Jan, 10am-3pm, @ HJBF Office, 81 Regent
Thurs 21 Jan, 6pm-8pm, @ The Playhouse
(during Songs of The City)
Fri 22 Jan, 10am-3pm, @ HJBF Office, 81 Regent
Fri 22 Jan, 5pm-10pm, @ Wilmot Church
Please find more Frequently Asked Questions in our FAQ Section
Shane Koyczan in Moncton
Shivering Songs presents an evening with Shane Koyczan at the Tide and Boar Gastropub’s Ballroom on Saturday January 23, 2016. One of the world’s premier spoken word performers, Koyczan’s performance at the 2010 Olympic Opening Ceremonies brought the 55,000 seat house to their feet, while the video for his spoken word poem “To This Day,” released at the prestigious TED conference, has amassed over seventeen million YouTube views. Tickets for the show are available at the Tide & Boar and online here.
Crowne Plaza Room Rate
Finally, Shivering Songs is pleased to share that our partner hotel, the Crowne Plaza Fredericton, will again be offering a fantastic room rate for folks traveling to the Festival. To book the rate, please click here.