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Free tickets available for Charlottetown Wintertide concerts

['Crowds move past the 2015 Wintertide tree and lights display in downtown Charlottetown Friday on the upper concourse of the Confederation Centre of the Arts. The tree had just been lit and the event was moving to free cookies and hot chocolate in the centre.']
Crowds move past the 2015 Wintertide tree and lights display in downtown Charlottetown (File photo)

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The City of Charlottetown is presenting two Christmas concerts as part of the annual Wintertide Holiday Festival, and free tickets for the public will be available.

The two concerts, “Christmas with John Gracie” and “A Christmas to Remember,” take place on Dec. 1 and Dec. 2, respectively.

Free tickets for both performances will be available for pickup on Saturday, Nov. 18, and will be handed out at the Eastlink Centre (46 Kensington Rd.) between 11 a.m. and noon, while quantities last. There will be a limit of four tickets per show, per person.

“Christmas with John Gracie” is an annual concert, while “A Christmas to Remember” features holiday music and Island Christmas stories with Kendall Docherty, Catherine O’Brien, Caroline Bernard, Marlane O’Brien, Don Fraser and The Reindeer Express Band.

For more information on the Wintertide Holiday Festival activities, visit: www.charlottetown.ca and click the Wintertide button on the homepage, or contact 902-566-5548.

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