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The Staggers and Jaggs perform April 13 and the Ewan Macintyre Band is onstage April 15 at Tractorgrease in Chilliwack.
An evening of African vocal harmonies by Montreal-based H’Sao will fill the Harrison Memorial Hall on April 8.
'Campground' is the most hilarious camping-trip-turned-murder-mystery you’ll ever experience.
Hop on the Timeswozzler 8000 and watch as Captain Future saves the world on April 9 at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.
On April 7, Jordan Klassen and special guests, Portraits of Us, will be performing at The Arthouse on Mill at 7:30 p.m. in Chilliwack.
Enjoy the iconic work of Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor with the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra on April 8.
Dance, theatre, and martial arts will come together for a unique show at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on April 4.
Kane & Potvin are in concert Thursday, March 30 at Bozzini’s Upstairs Lounge.
Healing Through Music is a fundraiser for B.C. charity Music Heals on April 8 at Wilde Oscar’s Pub
Performing an intimate acoustic set, Canadian artist Andrew Allen will be at the Acoustic Emporium on Friday, March 31.
The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus presents Lenten Reflections on March 31.
Kellen Saip and Del Suelo will be playing Tractorgrease Cafe Thursday, March 30 in Chilliwack.
Adrenaline, adventure, and stunning scenery: the best of the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival has it all March 25.
Serenity is a tranquil exhibition featuring the works of contemporary watercolour artist, Serena J. Trinder.
Three pianists, six hands, and only one piano — Three’s a Crowd… Not will be an acrobatic musical spectacle like no other.
Hollow Twin, with Malk and Wishkicker, is at Tractorgrease Cafe on March 23 in Chilliwack.
Fraser Valley Comedy is once again offering up some free laughs in Chilliwack on March 24 and April 1.
Hard-hitting yet humorous play, Getting to Room Temperature, tells a bittersweet story of death. It's in Chilliwack March 19.
On March 21 the award-winning show is bringing its top sketches to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre for a hilarious night of comedy.
Celebrate the blossoming of a new season with the Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra’s Spring Equinox Concert on March 26.