A Canadian country music star will headline the Camrose Spring Classic Rodeo's rodeo dance.
If Joe Matheson is on his game, he will turn the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre into an old country bar or dance hall.
Dagur Kári was first inspired to get into the film industry when he was taking in a small festival in Reykjavik.
The bigger Gord Bamford gets, the more he circles back to home.
Exceptional local vocal talent is on display this week in community theatre group Churchmice Players’ ambitious production of Jesus Christ Superstar.
The Churchmice Players have built their reputation on recreating classic family musicals, but they are straying from that formula with their latest production, the iconic 70s opera Jesus Christ Superstar.
KISS may have their army of fans, but Speed Control is adding kids by the hundreds to their legion of followers every day.
Martin Kerr thought he was getting his big break 10 years ago as a contestant on Canadian Idol.
It took one trip as a spectator to the Nordlys Film and Arts Festival for Ben Wilson to become a convert.
After 37 years together, Vancouver rock band 54-40 is still committed to making music and taking it out on the road.
The Norton Metcalfe Trio have been mainstays on the Camrose music scene for the last 15 years but they will go silent in 2018.
Camrose is quickly building a reputation around the province as a hub for the arts, and for good reason.
Paul Brandt is coming back to Big Valley Jamboree.
Certain classical pieces of music have been adapted over time to suit common instruments of today.
Rose City Roots Music Society latest concert promises to be unforgettable.
Most everyone is familiar with the Christmas classic the Nutcracker, but not like this.
Nordlys Film Festival will host its first international film maker at this year’s event.
A taste of home is being brought to Newfoundlanders just in time for Christmas.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Fine Arts Department has a busy schedule lined up for the rest of this academic year.