The Blues Brothers Revue with Classic hits from the Blues Brothers catalogue is just one of the many exciting shows coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.

A spectacular new presentation season at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre for 2018-19

Tickets for next season go on sale the evening of July 17

The Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society continuously strives to provide the community with a place to be immersed in arts and culture, and the Centre’s upcoming 2018-19 presentation season promises to continue with that goal.

With an extraordinary lineup of forty shows, the Society promises to inspire the community with an incredibly diverse selection ranging from comedians bringing hilariously gut-busting comedy, a concert series that spans from captivating classical to mesmerizing folk, energetic kids shows, dazzling theatre shows, and so much more.

It will be a season to remember, and the community is invited to hear about these upcoming shows in the comfort of the HUB International Theatre on July 17 at 7:00 p.m. when Michael Cade, the Society’s artistic and managing director, shares his vast knowledge of each of the shows being brought to town.

Join us for complimentary goodies and refreshments at this exciting evening of insight into all the spectacular shows and performances that the Society will be presenting throughout the upcoming year.

Tickets for the entire season will go on sale that evening, and the new 2018 fall brochure will also be available for pickup. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to select your favourite shows and plan out your entertainment schedule for the 2018-19 season.

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