Huron Carole returns to Red Deer on Thursday at Memorial Centre

Christmas should be a time of peace, harmony, optimism, and good will towards others.

Christmas should be a time of peace, harmony, optimism, and good will towards others.

In that spirit, the annual Huron Carole concert series stops on Thursday at Red Deer’s Memorial Centre during its national tour to help raise funds and awareness for Canada’s hungry.

With more than 18 stops throughout the country and an assortment of high-quality musical talent- including George Canyon, One More Girl, Beverley Mahood and Shannon Gaye, founder Tom Jackson’s call to end hunger is ready to be heard once again in communities large and small.

Tickets to the 7:30 p.m. show are $55.45. VIP Packages are $109 and include a premium seat, an autographed Huron Carole poster, a reception with light refreshments (Huron Carole artists will attend), and various artist items.

For more information, contact the Black Knight Ticket Centre.

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