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Live audience returns to Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre

Carmanah played in the first indoor show with a live audience since the pandemic struck

Live audiences returned to the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre on Oct. 30.

With Kiki the Eco Elf taking to the stage to entertain families earlier in the day and Carmanah sending the crowd into the night with The Fiddle Song, it was a joyous reintroduction to live music in Revelstoke.

Opening for Carmanah, who travelled in from the coast, were local musicians Beyond the Pond, in their first ever show and Al Lee, who came on stage dressed as Elvis.

Oct. 30 marked the beginning of Arts Revelstoke’s Revy. Live fall performance series.

The next show features local favourite Shred Kelly on Nov. 27 and God is a Scottish Drag Queen: Christmas Special, on Dec. 10.

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