Canadian Country Christmas coming back to Fort St. John

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The Canadian Country Christmas returns to Fort St. John this December to help raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society and Kordyban Lodge in Prince George.

The evening on Sunday December 4, will include Canadian Country legends Jamie Warren, Duane Steele, Craig Moritz and Sean Hogan. Backed up by a full band, Jamie, Sean, Craig and Duane will sing some of their biggest hits and some Christmas favourites.

The show will also feature special guest local singer Lorissa Scriven.

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Tickets go on sale Friday October 21, 2016 at 10 a.m. right here at this website, at Moose FM 9924 101 avenue in Fort St. John or by calling 1-250-787-7100. Tickets will cost only $45 with $10 from every ticket going directly to the Kordyban Lodge in Prince George.

Residents from all over Northern B.C. use Kordyban Lodge when undergoing cancer treatment in Prince George. The Kordyban Lodge is the face of compassionate, supportive services that truly improve the quality of life for those on a cancer journey.

This year the show is sponsored by Mytron Roofing and Exteriors, Climax Contracting and the Hair Bin.

Here are just a few of the songs you could hear that night.

Buy your tickets here – starting Oct 21 at 10 a.m.

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