Live at the CCC will bring world-class performances to Morinville from acclaimed local, national and international artists.
The line-up features a variety of performances for all ages.
"We're doing a little bit of everything this year; rock, country, we have a little bit of music and theatre and we're also bringing in a few local bands to really support the community," explained Kathleen Ducharme, Morinville's events and culture programmer.
In the Mainstage Series, the CCC welcomes back Derina Harvey for a night of sing-along, dance-along, East Coast-inspired music.
Local favourites, The Carolines will bring the sublime melodies and heart breaking harmonies of classic country to the stage for a memorable evening.
This year, the CCC will be featuring the duelling Marquee Pianos in a unique late night cabaret. The performance will feature a request filled set list, music into the early hours and a late-night meal.
The Family Series welcomes award-winning children’s entertainers Bobs and LoLo for a fun afternoon of singing and dancing.
Dufflebag Theatre returns with Cinderella, which due to Dufflebag’s improvised and audience participatory style, is sure to take many twists and unexpected turns.
This seasons brochure can be found here.


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