Love will be in the air Saturday evening as vocalists Catherine O'Brien and Joey Kitson front an evening of romance, humour and classic love songs.
The Confederation Centre's popular Valentine's cabaret takes place at The Mack, beginning at 7:30 p.m. O'Brien and Kitson will come together with the house band of Don Fraser on keys, Music P.E.I. artist of the year Deryl Gallant on bass and Alan White on drums for what has become a Feb.14 tradition.
“The Valentine’s cabaret is a night like no other, one accented by the swinging sounds from another era that is sure to entertain, surprise, and romance,” said Fraser, director of the Confederation Centre of the Arts' choral music program.
“February 14 is an evening out at The Mack where you will hear a varied selection of classics from the American songbook."
The group will perform ballads, blues tunes and pop standards, including My Funny Valentine, My Baby just Cares for Me, Angel Eyes and The Way you Look Tonight. Other standouts include What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald's Blue Skies.
Tickets are available at the centre's box office or online at confederationcentre.com.