A heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who made this fall season of The Performance Series at Arts Revelstoke an absolute success! We’re immensely grateful for the fantastic support and enthusiasm from our incredible community.
Our closing weekend was nothing short of amazing! Welcoming back “Lucas Myers: The Revelstoke Project” was an absolute delight, sharing laughter and insights into our town’s quirks and charms. Additionally, a special shoutout to everyone who joined us for the sold-out screening of “People Like Us” – your overwhelming response and presence truly made the evening spectacular!
With your generous support, we’ve raised over $4,500 towards Open Mountain’s winter programs for youth and QTBIPOC skiers and snowboarders.
This past season, we welcomed many performers and artists to the stage at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre. We started the season with Hey Viola!, welcomed renowned world musicians in Classical Connections and a live soundtrack performance from the film Le Chemin Des Juifs: A Suvivor’s Journey. We had many theatre rentals this fall, including Rocky Mountain High – Celebrating the Music of John Denver and international dance company Mascall Dance presenting The Impossible Has Already Happened.
November brought us Casting Off from Australia, Jessica McMann Trio performing Prairie Dusk, Fusion Ensemble, and Chuck Copenace: Global Grooves.
Arts Revelstoke is thrilled to announce an exhilarating lineup of performances for the highly anticipated 2024 Performance Series at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre. From captivating musical acts to immersive storytelling and mesmerizing dance performances, this season promises an array of experiences that will captivate audiences of all ages and interests.
Kicking off the season on Friday, January 12, 2024, Bill Usher and the Space Heaters will take center stage, enchanting audiences with their unique ability to translate life’s experiences into memorable songs and humorous anecdotes. Their performance promises an evening of intergenerational connection through relatable tales of growing older.
Following this compelling start, on Saturday, January 20, 2024, the Revelstoke Railway Museum Fundraising Event presents “The Last Stop: Canada’s Lost Locomotive.” This event invites attendees on a journey to uncover a sunken steam locomotive lost underwater for 75 years, promising a unique exploration of history and community.
The excitement continues on Wednesday, January 31, 2024, with the arrival of Snotty Nose Rez Kids and their ‘Hot Planet Tour.’ Known for their undeniable talent and distinctive musical style, this performance guarantees an unforgettable experience for music enthusiasts.
On Saturday, February 3, 2024, the stage will welcome Scottish-born Canadian carpenter-turned-songwriter David Francey, accompanied by Terra Spencer. Recognized as one of Canada’s most revered folk poets and singers, Francey’s performance is sure to resonate deeply with the audience.
As the season progresses, the revelry expands with a diverse range of kid’s theatre performances, including the Rainbow Dance Theatre on Saturday, February 10, 2024, offering an interactive and visually stunning display of electronic costumes and choreography, and Alex Zerbe: The Zaniac on Sunday, March 3, 2024, delivering a high-energy performance of physical comedy and juggling.
Ballet Kelowna takes the stage on Saturday, March 16, 2024, showcasing a dynamic repertoire of neo-classical and contemporary dance, highlighting the company’s excellence in commissioning works from Canadian choreographers and touring across the country.
On Friday, April 12, 2024, all the way from Dublin, Ireland, audiences of all ages 8+ are invited to experience “The Very Old Man With Enormous Wings,” a stage adaptation of Gabriel García Márquez’s tale filled with music, puppetry, and live video projection.
Finally, on Thursday, April 18, 2024, Pharis and Jason Romero, acclaimed musicians and four-time Juno award winners, will grace the stage, bringing their exceptional musical craftsmanship to Revelstoke.
In addition to the exciting lineup, Arts Revelstoke is pleased to announce an increased capacity to rent out the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre to local community groups and touring companies. This enhancement has been made possible through the dedication and expertise of our Theatre and Technical Director, Jace Preenan. For those interested in booking the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre, please visit our website and navigate to the Venue Rental page for further details.
With this compelling and diverse lineup, Arts Revelstoke aims to continue its tradition of delivering enriching and unforgettable performances, fostering community engagement and appreciation for the arts.
Tickets for the 2024 Performance Series can be purchased through our Box Office, offering an opportunity to secure seats for these exceptional events. For further information and updates on renting the RPAC, please visit the Venue Rental section of our page.