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Friday, March 6 
/2015 at 7:30pm

5 Voices 0 instruments,

1 new exciting vocal sound.
Eh440 started harmonizing together in 2012. Using just their voices, this Toronto-based acappella group has wow'd audiences across the USA and Canada.. Now 2014 brings them to the next step in their journey – the release of their debut album Turn Me Up. But their journey really started over a decade and half ago.
As kids, Janet Turner and Stacey Kay used to compete against each other in singing contests. The first time they met, Stacey was just 8 years old and Janet a little older.
Over the years they each took their turn winning various contests and even though some competitors took it a little too seriously, they actually cheered on the other and became lifelong friends. Luke Stapleton (aka Human Record) started beatboxing as a kid too. Coming from a "show biz" family, Luke would listen to his dad play the drums in their house and recreate the sounds using his only his mouth.
Mike Celia and Joe Oliva started their musical journeys a little later than the other three. Already into their teens, Mike taught himself to play guitar and sing while Joe joined his high school choir, just for fun, in his final year.
After coming together through the Toronto Independent Music Awards and mutual musician-friends, Eh440 was born - their first gig was performing the national anthems for the Valentine's Day 2012 Toronto Raptors vs. New York Knicks NBA game. Singing in an arena before 20,000 people? Pretty good first gig!
So, Eh440 is a mix of 5 people from 5 very different backgrounds and musical genres. Joe's been a low bass singer his entire life, Luke's an urban beatboxer, Janet identifies as a country/pop singer, Stacey's soul/pop, and if that isn't confusing enough, Mike's even more of a musical chameleon who cites blues, folk, and "anything with a good groove" as his influences.
Together they form "an unforgettable combination of crazy-ass beatboxing, sassy rapping, killer harmonies, and fresh, urban, RnB-influenced compositions". And their debut album, Turn Me Up, exemplifies their abundant influences.
Hill Kourkoutis produced the album. Hill was the right producer to pull this band and these songs together - 10 of them were written by Eh440 - because she has the unique ability to find the soul and vibe within a song, regardless of the genre. That's just one of the many reasons why they wanted to work with her!
On Right Back To Me, Janet & Stacey continue their childhood rivalry but this time, it’s in a bluesy battle for the heart of a lucky guy! Mike's love of Motown is apparent in Whatcha Do, and throughout the whole record Luke and Joe provide a solid backing groove that could easily be heard in a nightclub.     

 Tickets  Adults $25
Students /seniors $23
Group of 4  $84

The End of Religion?
The Rise of Spiritual Wisdom
“An Evolutionary Path to the Soul”

Friday, March 13 /2015 at 7-8pm

Presentation Followed by a Q&A

BRUCE SANGUIN, a world leader in evolutionary Christianity, will address the theme of the viability of traditional religion. In the light of scientific evidence that life, culture, and human existence exist within an evolving universe, is religious belief simply outdated? What would a credible and dynamic spirituality that took evolution seriously look like? Bruce has a great passion for the sustainability of our beautiful planet and promotes a connection between science, religion, wonder and awe.


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 Tickets  Adults $10; Student rate $5

The Arrogant Worms
Saturday, March 14 /2015 at 7:30pm

The Arrogant Worms began their journey to musical comedy success (oxymoron) in 1991 in Kingston, Ontario on campus radio. They have since sold 230,000 albums and a DVD of their performance with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (televised nationally). The Worms have become part of Canadiana – their songs are used in lesson plans across the country and one has even made it into an English textbook. The youth of Canada have voted them the most popular band on a national radio show – the band that came in second was AC/DC. However, it’s their live show that keeps people coming back for more as The Worms provide tuneful and silly
escapism all over North America, Australia, and the UK in venues of all shapes and sizes – from small theatres to arenas to Disney to Central Park to The Grand Canyon. The Worms entertain at corporate events, sing anthems at sporting events and emcee at major festivals. No matter where they are, they are having fun… and the audience is too.


 Tickets   $30 includes all service charges

St. Patrick's Day with Cod Gone Wild
Featuring The Okanagan Celtic Choir

Sunday, March 15 
/2014 at 3pm

Come Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Cod Gone Wild at the Creekside Theatre. The Cods will be performing some of their favourite Irish songs as well as some of their original material from their latest album "Battered and Fried." Also performing will be the Okanagan Celtic Choir under the direction of Andrew Mercer.

Based out of BC's Okanagan Valley since 2009, this Celtic inspired band is focused on giving traditional music a modern edge. Blending the varied talents of four musicians whose classical, folk and rock backgrounds fuse together to create a dynamic and unique sound that instantly connects and resonates with audiences. Through their uplifting energy and remarkable stage presence, they weave together a tapestry of tales that evoke a nostalgic experience of days gone by.

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 Tickets   $25 Advance, $30 at the Door

, March 20 /2015 at 7:30pm

“Forged in the white-hot creative crucible of Limerick University’s Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, the quintet have graduated with a musical maturity worthy of the greatest. They have made a name for themselves as one of the most sought after bands amongst connoisseurs of Irish Traditional music, having won feverish critical plaudits for their Dónal Lunny-produced second album Transformed. Their distinctive sound lies in the quality of their own compositions interspersed with well-known traditional tunes, which make each set entertaining and unique. The gripping rhythm section sets a breathtaking pace for the music while through the sweet, charismatic voice of Áine Mc Geeney draw audiences into the music in a way very few performers can achieve. Lace up your dancing shoes and get ready for a night of wonderful music and fast paced fun with Goitse.”

An Irish band just in time for St. Patrick’s Day! Did you know that Goitse is an informal Gaelic Irish greeting meaning ‘come here’? For more information about Goitse and to preview music, please visit:


 Tickets  $27 general
includes all service charges

Tower of Song
A Creative Tribute to Leonard Cohen

Friday, April 17 /2015 at 7:30pm

Canadians and folks from all over the world cherish the songs of Leonard Cohen, and perhaps the most evident dedication of appreciation is through playing his songs.

Covering Cohen’s works is a task not easily completed due to his own unique approach to music, but Victoria-based songwriters and musicians Oliver Swain and Glenna Garramone were up for the challenge, forming the duo Tower of Song. The two share a love of the renowned Canadian songwriter and possess an undeniable musical chemistry that compliments their impressive voices and multi-instrumental talents.

The duo will perform their reimagined covers, such as Swain’s live show favorite “A Thousand Kisses,Deep,” and Garramone’s unique “Hey That’s No Way to Say Goodbye” as well as originals of their own that are Cohen-inspired.

Other Cohen songs include “Hallelujah,” “Suzanne,” “Everybody Knows,” “The Stranger Song,” “Chelsea Hotel #2,” “Take This Waltz” and many more.

It is not a more fitting time to pay tribute to Cohen, now 80 years old and still going strong. The legendary singer-songwriter and poet was nominated for four Junos this year, including Juno Fan Choice, Album of the Year, Artist of the Year and Adult Alternative Album of the Year.


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 Tickets  $25 includes all service charges
Group of 4  $92

Kinda Kenny
The #1 International Kenny Rogers Tribute show

Saturday, May 16 /2015 at 7:30pm

Kenny's live performances of "I Just Dropped In", "Ruby", "The Gambler", "Lucille", "Buy Me A Rose, and many more, are faithfully recreated by Marty Edwards in this incredible tribute to one of the most beloved performers of our time.  This show has toured in 8 countries on 4 continents, and garnered rave reviews everytime!


"Incredible! It was like watching Kenny Rogers in his heyday"  (Larry Merchison - Producer, Ed Sullivan Memories)


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 Tickets  $34.95 includes all service charges

American Rocklegends
Friday, May 22 /2015 at 7:30pm

John Fogerty from CCR is one the most enduring icons of rock music and his music is still loved by everyone everywhere. As John Fogerty says in his hit “Creedence Song,” “You can’t go wrong if you play a little bit of that Creedence Song.” Everyone agrees!
Don’t miss the American Rock Legends Show, starring Dan Hare and the March Hare All Star band in a stunning re-creation of some of Fogerty’s greatest solo hits along with many of the classic CCR favorites. The Look the Voice, the Hits!

Bob Seger is an American music legend second to none with countless hits loved by millions everywhere! With the powerful vocals required for this show, American Rock Legends starring Dan Hare and the March Hare All Star band re-create Bob Seger of the 70s and 80s when his hits were on every rock radio station in the world.

American Rock Legends recreates the Look, the Voice, the Hits! Everyone loves it!

 Tickets  $27 general
includes all service charges

The Canadian Crooner Tour
Starring Ron Boudreau
Featuring The Uptown Horns little BIG band

Saturday, May 23 /2015 at 7:30pm

Ron’s tribute to The Crooners takes us down memory lane, to an era reminiscent of style and class … when gentlemen and sophisticated ladies listened to the dashing tunes of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin and other musical icons. The show is not just about the music it is about an era, the music Ron performs is in fact an era in itself. When Ladies and gentlemen danced the night away, in fashionable attire and elegant venues, they were entertained in a most striking and memorable way!

Ron’s two-hour performance shares this experience, through an enchanting mix of Old Blue Eyes himself (Frank Sinatra) and the King of Cool (Dean Martin) with a charming splash of crooning songs from the polished past to the present day flair of Michael Buble.

The latest show features the Uptown Hornz “the little big band” with some of the most seasoned players who love to swing. This is a show that mirrors the big band era, with all the class and style of the era.

The show takes you through the early years up to the present day crooning with a Canadian flair, including the comedy of the era, to the smooth moves of the crooners themselves.

Ron enthusiastically embraced crooning in his most recent years, appreciating that this was a natural progression stemming from his former influences. He had always loved the standards, recognizing that this and other genres were all somehow connected.

Ron is now a favourite in the Casino and corporate / private event circuit, often performing to a packed house. His command of the stage and friendly demeanour show the control of a seasoned performer who is able to win the hearts of any audience!

Music has been an integral part of Ron's life for over four decades. He first began performing at the age of three, mostly before an audience of family and friends.

"The showmanship of this performer was over and above what we have seen and we would recommend Ron to anyone who is looking to be completely entertained.”

 Tickets  $34.95 includes all service charges


Tickets for the Creekside Theatre Productions can be purchased by phone or in person at the Customer Service Centre in the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall. The reservation phone line is 250-766-9309. The Municipal Hall ticket office is open from 8:30am - 4:00pm Monday through Friday.


The Creekside Theatre box office opens one hour prior to show time.  At this time, if there are any seats available tickets may be purchased at the box office.



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