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Canada’s most authentic Pink Floyd tribute band, Pigs, is bringing their tour to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre March 18.
Enjoy the lively sounds of traditional Irish music performed by Murphy’s Lagh March 18 at The Vineyard in Chilliwack.
Bozzini's presents Lance Canales and Rob Moir together on March 17 for two shows in Chilliwack.
Ring of Fire is a theatrical production set to the music of Johnny Cash and it’s at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre March 12.
The Arthouse on Mill St. presents Agora Market, a first in a series of high-quality, curated markets, showcasing local artists and artisans.
Chilliwack’s own Steve ‘Elvis’ Elliott will be in the building on March 12 and 31.
Christine Tassan et les Impostures will be bringing Django Reinhardt’s music to the Harrison Memorial Hall March 11.
The public is asked to keep their eyes open for dead or sick bats that may have contracted a disease called white nose syndrome.
Norm Strauss and Kellen Saip perform Friday, March 10 at the Acoustic Emporium in Chilliwack.
East Van trio, Blue Dirt Girl, and Illiteratty will be at Tractorgrease Cafe in Chilliwack on March 11.
Vancouver band, Lion Bear Fox, blends folk, roots, rock, gospel and blues and they’ll be at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on March 10.
UFV Theatre’s season of ‘Bright Ideas’ continues with Bakkhai, a new version of Euripides’ Greek tragedy March 9-19
With a fantastic lineup of female comediennes, I Am Woman! Hear Me Laff! is returning to the Cultural Centre on March 8.
The students at Mt. Slesse are heading to New York for an arts trip and are hosting a show to help offset the costs.
Big Little Lions will be in Chilliwack on Sunday, March 5 at Tractorgrease Cafe.
The Chilliwack Community Arts Council invites high school and university students to apply for spring show, Making It.
Fraser Valley Comedy’s March lineup features some familiar faces, and some new ones.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first jazz recording with an afternoon of traditional jazz on March 5.
One Man Dark Knight Trilogy: A Batman Parody, is a solo film parody by Charles Ross, and is at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre March 4.
You can catch Chilliwack band, Gerry Hannah and the New Questioning Coyote Brigade, on Saturday, March 4.