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LIVE @ the Centre 2022 Lineup Announced

– Program includes award-winning musicians, an acrobatic circus, and more –

December 16, 2021 – After a successful run of fall and holiday performances, Confederation Centre of the Arts announced the second half of its LIVE @ the Centre 2021-2022 lineup. This slate of shows will run from January until May and feature acclaimed artists from across Canada.

“The season got off to an incredible start, and we are thrilled to be welcoming patrons back to our venues at full capacity,” says Darcy Campbell, director of LIVE @ the Centre.

Introduced at the top of the season, the Centre will continue Frontline & Centre – a program that pays tribute to Islanders who have shown incredible courage through the pandemic. Frontline workers can continue to enter a draw to win complimentary tickets by visiting confederationcentre.com.


The program kicks off on January 19 with JUNO Award winner Bahamas on his North American tour. Several artists from Atlantic Canada will also hit the stage, including folk jazz musician David Myles, reggae royalty Jah’Mila, and P.E.I.’s The Logan Richard Band.

The season will have dance performances from Ballet Kelowna, Confederation Centre’s own dance umbrella, and Bromance by Barely Methodical Troupe – an experimental acrobatic circus company.

French programming will include a concert from Haitian-born musician Wesli and the show Franco fière | Franco Proud by Island artists Josée Boudreau and Réjean Cournoyer.

Fred Penner

For the young and young at heart, there is family programming featuring Islander Silly Robbie and famed children’s music performer Fred Penner, who is celebrating the 40th anniversary of his album The Cat Came Back.

“When you look at our list of performers this season, you will see familiar favourites and new acts you are sure to fall in love with,” says Campbell. “With an eclectic mix of music, dance, comedy, and more – there is something for everyone in this lineup.”

For the full LIVE @ the Centre lineup, visit confederationcentre.com, or look for the insert in the February edition of The Buzz.

Tickets will go on sale to Confederation Centre members on December 15 at noon, and to the public on December 16 at noon. Patrons who are not yet Confederation Centre members can sign up now to gain early access to tickets. For more information, contact Sarah Hastelow at 902-629-1159 or [email protected].

Tickets can be purchased online, via phone at 1-800-565-0278, or in person at the Centre’s box office.

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Photo cutlines: Bromance, photo by Chris Nash / Jah’Mila / Fred Penner


January 19: Bahamas | Mainstage

January 28: Peter Hum | The Mack

January 29: A Celebration of Stephen Sondheim | The Mack

February 5: Silly Robbie’s World: Live! | Mainstage

February 11: Ensemble ALKEMIA | The Mack

February 13: David Myles | Mainstage

February 19: Jah’Mila | Mainstage

February 25: Wesli | The Mack

March 2: Ballet Kelowna: MAMBO and Other Works | Mainstage

March 6: PEI Symphony Orchestra – Rising Stars| Mainstage

March 10: The Debaters Live on Tour

March 16: Fred Penner: The Cat Came Back – 40th Anniversary Tour | Mainstage

April 2: Bromance | Mainstage

April 8: Franco fière | Franco Proud | The Mack

April 9: Classic Albums Live performs Led Zeppelin II | Mainstage

April 10: Choral Music: Voices of Spring | St. Paul’s Anglican Church

April 15: Choral Music on a Holy Day | Trinity United Church

April 22: Shaun Boothe presents The Unauthorized Biography Series (exclusive school performance)

April 23: The Logan Richard Band | The Mack

April 24: PEI Symphony Orchestra – Ode to Earth | Mainstage

May 7: dance umbrella: Year-End Performance | Mainstage