Hop on the bus and enjoy the show

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Fort St. John is preparing to celebrate its designation as the Music Capital of Northern B.C.

On Jan.14, the City of Fort St. John, alongside B.C. transit and the North Peace Cultural Centre will be putting on “Music That Moves You.”

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The event will be taking place on our city’s public transit system and includes local musicians jamming out on buses traveling along the Southside Route.

This event is in honour of Fort St. John’s annual High on Ice Festival and the City is encouraging all residents to hop on the bus and enjoy the free show.

People interested in attending can hop on a bus at the North Peace Cultural Centre or get on at any bus stop along the Southside route. The event will run from 7:00 until 9:00 p.m.

Residents should also make sure to stop off at the Cultural Centre where hot chocolate and other goodies will be served for people enjoying the festivities.

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