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2017 Valley Arts Award – Ken Shorley

The Valley Arts Award is presented to someone who has made a significant, long-term contribution to the Arts in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. This year’s winner is Ken Shorley – a diverse percussionist who specializes in the hand drumming traditions of the Middle East and India. Though he’s been based in Wolfville for over 20…


HILLSBURN Concert, June 17th, Al Whittle Theatre, Wolfville

If you were one of the audience members who put  this dynamic group on your list of “must see again” after their  amazing performance at last year’s Festival or if you missed that opportunity, your chance is coming up real soon. Tickets are available through Box of Delights Bookstore (call them or drop by the store). Tickets will…


Blossom “BLUESMOBILE” Dance, May 27th, Wolfville Farmers’ Market

The Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival celebrates its 85th year and Deep Roots Cooperative, with Bluesmobile,  joins in the revelry to host a dance party. Bluesmobile will provide the rhythm and the blues, some up town funk, a dose of classic rock and yes, a smidgen of disco.


Corb Lund, Solo, Sunday, April 30th, 7:30pm, Festival Theatre, Wolfville

  With a music career  spanning three decades, generating 9 studio albums and garnering multiple CCMA, Juno and industry awards, Corb Lund is a force to be reckoned with and Deep Roots Music Cooperative is thrilled to be bringing him to the Festival Theatre, Wolfville, on Sunday, April 30th.


Port Cities Debut Album Release Concert-March 2nd, 2017

Deep Roots Music Cooperative is thrilled to be bringing Port Cities back to the valley as part of their album release tour.  If you didn’t get a chance to catch their amazing performances during this past year’s Festival, you have another chance.   March 2, 2017, 7:30pm, at the  Al Whittle Theatre, Wolfville Tickets are available now online…