The performances will take place in three venues: Anne Portnuff Theatre at the Yorkton Regional High School, St. Andrews Church on Smith Street in downtown Yorkton, and the Painted Hand Casino.
Read about all the performers, then click the button to purchase your tickets, which go on sale starting Friday, April 21.
The 2023-24 YAC presents series consists of nine performances, three at each of the venues:
Tickets may be purchased for individual performances, or for the series of three performances at each venue.
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The prices to purchase the entire series of nine performances are:
You can also build your own series! Buy three or more shows and receive a 15% discount.
Prices include taxes and fees.
October 16, 2023
Stéphane Tétreault and Marie-Ève Scarfone deliver an expressive performance of works by Haydn, Schubert & Brahms.
The duo's fusion of cello and piano creates a spellbinding atmosphere with an intensity that captivates listeners. Tétreault's playing has been praised for its technical attributes and warmth, earning him the 2022 Prix Opus for Performer of the Year. Scarfone's versatility as a pianist has been recognized with awards such as the Marilyn Horne Foundation Song Competition's top prize.
Together, the Tétreault-Scarfone Duo's contained chemistry transcends the ordinary to venture into the sublime.
November 29, 2023
Buzz Brass is a Canadian brass quintet that offers a dynamic performance of classical works reinterpreted through trumpet, horn, and trombone.
With a wide appeal, the group has received top awards at Prix Opus, ADISQ, and Trille Or, as well as being a Top 10 pick at the EdinburghFringe Festival. For the holidays, the quintet offers a concert embodying all of the festive season’s magic, as much with emotion as with a touch of humour.
The show full of good cheer includes classics such as Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker suite and the traditional Silent Night as well as more modern repertoire like Sleigh Ride and The Twelve Days of Christmas.
January 19, 2024
JP Hoe's sixth studio album Botanicals is a reflection of his journey in finding balance between being a devoted family man and a lifelong traveling performer.
Solely responsible for songwriting, engineering and producing, JP's album is a heartfelt collection of songs inspired by his admired predecessors. Despite the challenges faced during the pandemic, JP's desire to connect with audiences remains unwavering.
His music has the ability to bring people from all walks of life together. The stories he shares during his performances reflect a person still searching and unafraid to laugh at his failures. 'Botanicals' is a passionate reminder to embrace life's adventures without regret.
November 17, 2023
Trevor Panczak (pan*zak) is an 18-time Country Music Alberta nominated recording artist from Alberta.
He is a 6’5" country entertainer with a refreshing realism in his songs that speaks to the heart. Trevor and his band offer an engaging, authentic country music set. He seamlessly entertains his way through classic cover and new original material.
He recently had his first Top 40 hit in Canada with Where I Go to Come Back. Trevor is known for his deep and humble farm roots that provide the authentic foundation that is synonymous with country music.
February 10, 2024
From Louis Prima to Ben E. King, and everything in between!
These boys are paying tribute to the bands that started it all, and performing originals to follow suit. The Bromantics are a youthful revitalization of the 1950s, with brilliant brass tones and doo-wop harmonies they keep the audience screaming for more,
The Bromantics are a cross between nostalgia and modern trend, attracting people of all ages. The songs are timeless and the dances are contagious. The Bromantics' animated performances have proven to fill any size dance floor.
March 23, 2024
Jack Garton performs a breadth of music that spans the intimate, bombastic, funny, skillful and profound.
Garton, a sometime gravedigger, tells stories from this unusual day job between catchy original folk and blues songs known to make audiences laugh, dream and dance.
A lifetime musician, proficient on many instruments, his repertoire includes dazzling combinations of trumpet and accordion, backed by a sensitive and groovy rhythm section.
Like an old-time showman, Jack Garton will leave you humming his tunes, tired from dancing, and in love with the mystery of life.
March 13, 2024
Lifelong friends Nico Rhodes and Patrick Courtin are on a mission to redeem the piano and prove its status as the greatest instrument of all time.
With the music of great composers, songwriters, and performers and the use of technology, they present everything from classical piano pieces to boogie woogie and romantic ballads in their show Piano Heist.
The show combines elements of theater, comedy, audience participation, stories, history, and musical madness to create a world of musical wonder.
April 18, 2024
Jake Vaadeland is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Saskatchewan with a traditional sound and unique style that blends Bluegrass and 50s Rockabilly.
He specializes in guitar and banjo and focuses on storytelling and relatable messages in his music and performances with The Sturgeon River Boys.
He received multiple awards including, Roots/Folk Artist of the Year and Album of the Year at the Saskatchewan Music Awards in 2022, and Fans Choice Entertainer of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, Alternative Country Album of the Year and Emerging Artist of the
Year at the Saskatchewan Country Music Awards in 2022. His album Retro Man finished at #2 in fan voting for Album of the Year at the Saskatchewan Music Awards in 2021.
May 2, 2024
Andrew's latest album 12:34 is a heart-wrenching musical journey that opens up about the emotional ups and downs of losing love, rediscovery, and new love.
It covers themes such as numbing, breakups, new love, the importance of friends, and the power of positivity.
The album is a showcase of Andrew's raw and honest songwriting abilities and celebrates his ability to turn his struggles into music and share it with the world.
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