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The Community Arts Council of Prince George & District and Trinity United

Prince George proudly announce the much anticipated second season of the Performing Arts Series, set to grace the stage this September. With a curated selection of world-class performers and ground-breaking productions, this season promises to be a celebration of cultural excellence and artistic innovation.

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Starting Our Season Off With:

Jeremy Ledbetter Trio
Knox Performance Centre
Sept. 28th 2024 | $40/Ticket


Forged in a cauldron of raging, inspiring contemporary jazz, the Jeremy Ledbetter Trio pushes the boundaries of jazz and world music, providing an undiluted display of rampaging energy and captivating musicianship.


Audiences must exercise caution.

People who see this band are rarely the same again.

If the Jeremy Ledbetter Trio were an inanimate object it would be a runaway train. Jeremy Ledbetter has been creating genre-bending original music since forming the Caribbean Latin jazz outfit CaneFire in 2004.

Coming Up Next: Duo Cordelia

Hosting the Community

We are proud to host a variety of artists and groups
throughout the year.

and Improv Shmimprov

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Laura Piccinin recounts a lifetime of coming outs in a tell-all comedic stand-up story hour. This hilarious and sentimental autobiography reflects on a single journey that spans 3 decades of change in perceptions and treatment of LGBTQ+ people. As an ex-religious Queer Laura grapples with a shifting identity and unease in sense of self, eventually navigating her way to Pride. “Part stand-up part personal storytelling Piccinin stands behind a mic and tells us her coming out stories. Sharply observed tightly delivered—and finding laughter in the pain—for an entertaining and insightful out and proud ride”. –Cate McKim, Life with More Cowbell

Rocky Mountain High

Celebrating the Music of John Denver.

Join Rick and his brother Steve Worrall, also a Canadian recording artist who toured with Tom Cochrane and more, an Allstar Canadian band comprised of some of the best musicians in the country and an ensemble of players from symphonies across Canada.

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Get to Know Us

The Knox Performance Centre is part of the Trinity United Church
Downtown Campus. Through an innovative partnership with the Community Arts Council of Prince George and District, we’ve created a professional performing arts centre with the needed onsite infrastructure to support local, regional, national, and international performances that build community, foster spaces of intersectionality, break down barriers, and are accessible to audiences and performers that represent the diversity of our community. All are welcome here.

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