Get your Bear Creek Folk Festival passes at GPLT before 3 pm on Friday August 18 to avoid AT the Gate price increases. Passes at the Gate will cost you $15 more for the 3 day pass and $10 more for each one day pass. Buy now to save $$$$. Buy online at gplt.ca or call 780 538 1616.
GPLT Sells Bear Creek Folk Festival and North Country Fair Passes, Hosts 3 more Festivals Plus More Events!
Going to the Fair? The North Country Fair in June 23-25 or the Bear Creek Folk Festival in August 18-20 ? Then buy your passes from the GPLT Box Office. GPLT is the exclusive Grande Prairie Region Sales Agent for the North Country Fair selling in person or over the phone at 780 538 1616. GPLT is only Sales Agent for the Bear Creek Folk Festival with online sales at gplt.ca, in person or over the phone.
GPLT is hosting THREE other Festivals: March 27-28 – The Peace Region High School One Act Festival, The North West Zone Alberta One Act Adult Drama Festival presented by the Alberta Drama Festival Association on May 6, and the Reel Shorts Film Festival May 8-14.
Call the Box Office at 780 538 1616 for more information.
Tickets on sale for these live entertainment events:
March 9-25 – Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott at GPLT
March 31 – Pharis and Jason Romero in Concert at GPLT
April 13-29 – A New GPLT Production will be announced shortly
April 19 – The Small Glories in Concert at GPLT
April 23 – Wes Barker’s Mind Blowing Magic and Comedy at GPLT
April 24 – Reuben and the Dark, A Fundraising Concert for the Bear Creek Folk Festival at GPLT
May 25-26 – The First Grande Prairie Children’s Festival at GPLT
May 27-June 4 – Robin Hood and the Heroes of Sherwood Forest by Randy Wyatt at GPLT
A Thriller – Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott March 9-25
Chills up and down your spine! Thrills of a dramatic kind! Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott runs from March 9 to 25 for only 9 performances. Tickets at gplt.ca or call 780 538 1616.
Susy Hendrix is a recently blinded housewife who unwittingly possesses a doll filled with illicit drugs. Enter Harry Roat, a brutal and sophisticated criminal, with his henchmen. Harry will stop at nothing to retrieve his drugs. Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service Inc., New York.
March Concerts –
March 12 – Ben Caplan and the Casual Smokers, bencaplan.ca
A charismatic charmer and smasher of pianos. A madman and an earnest poet. A strummer of delicate chords and a lover bent and broken melodies. Ben Caplan is not any one thing. As he releases his second album, he’s already gained a following in more than a dozen countries from Australia to Europe and across North America. Its no surprise. Caplan is simply unforgettable; with his huge beard and unruly mane, he is as visually striking as he is aurally compelling. His rough and textured tones cut through crowded halls; an enormous voice, roaring louder than raucous crowds.
March 31 – Pharis and Jason Romero, www.pharisandjason.com
Coming from a thousand miles and a border apart, Pharis and Jason Romero met in 2007 at an old-time fiddle jam. Both had been playing music for decades – Pharis her whole life – and both were drawn to early country, old time, blues, and bluegrass.
Pharis & Jason’s releases continue to attract audiences and radio play globally. Their delight in making music for music’s sake no doubt contributes to the joyful lack of pretense in their albums and performances and to the rapidly-growing fan-base for both.