Coming Events

Wed Sep 27, 20237:30 P.M.
Taking on Water presented by Tuckamore Music Festival

Taking on Water presented by Tuckamore Music Festival

Wed Sep 27, 20237:30 P.M. at the OAC

A new dramatic/musical work by Robert Chafe and Randolph Peters, Taking on Water offers new ways to think about the love, risk, and resilience of living with a changing ocean.

Performed by Robert Chafe, Louise Moyes, and Duo Concertante.
The creation of Taking on Water was supported in part by Future Ocean and Coastal Infrastructures, an Ocean Frontier Institute project. Research funding was provided by the Ocean Frontier Institute, through an award from the Canada First Research Excellence Fund.
TICKETS: Regular $30, Senior/Student $25 - HST and Service Charge included.

Mon Oct 2, 20235:30 P.M.
Splash'N Boots

Splash'N Boots

Mon Oct 2, 20235:30 P.M. at the OAC

Splash’N Boots are coming back to Happy Valley-Goose Bay!

They will sail into Labrador with songs from their new album I Am Love and all your favourites! Throughout their storied career, Splash’N Boots have created a global community dedicated to making every child feel seen, heard, and loved for exactly who they are. Their high-energy concerts not only get children and adults singing and dancing along but leaves the entire audience feeling connected and full of love.

This is a LIVE show not to be missed for the young and young at heart! Grab your tickets today!! Select number of VIP Meet & Greet tickets available per show.

Regular Tickets $25
VIP Tickets (only available by phone or in person) $40

Thu Oct 12, 20237:30 P.M.
Bassett - Up Close and Personal

Bassett - Up Close and Personal

Thu Oct 12, 20237:30 P.M. at the OAC

Toronto-based indie-folk duo, Basset, are full of timeless heart. Acoustic songwriters Sam Clark and Yasmine Shelton will take you through city streets in the hours before the world has woken, or to a corrugated steel home north of the treeline.

Basset bring a deep love of the natural world to their gorgeously meditative and critically acclaimed debut album, In The Clay (September 2022). Produced by Joshua Van Tassel (Sarah Slean, David Myles), the ten songs on In The Clay explore various themes of life in change, Shelton and Clark’s travels around Northern Ontario, the Canadian and American prairies, their lives in Toronto, and the many characters who have crossed their paths. With comparisons to The Milk Carton Kids, Hozier, and Bon Iver, their inventiveness shines on fiddle and with intricate harmonies, with Shelton and Clark’s voices wrapping around each other like twin flames in a warm fire.

TICKETS: Regular $30, Senior/Student $25 (includes a beverage)

Sat Oct 14, 20232:00 P.M.
Gary Summers Magic Show

Gary Summers Magic Show

Sat Oct 14, 20232:00 P.M. at the OAC

Presented by The 50th Anniversary Committee of the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay

A wonderful blend of colourful magic, puppetry, and audience participation awaits you and your family at this show.

All seats $15

Sat Oct 14, 20237:30 P.M.
Hypnotist Gary Summers

Hypnotist Gary Summers

Sat Oct 14, 20237:30 P.M. at the OAC

Presented by The 50th Anniversary Committee of the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay

Gary Summer's stage hypnosis show is solid family entertainment guaranteed to have you rolling in your seats laughing. His combination of audience participation and interaction makes for a very entertaining show. It's a must see for everyone!

All seats $30

Thu Oct 19, 20237:00 P.M.
Th'owxiya: The Hungry Feast Dish presented by AXIS THEATRE

Th'owxiya: The Hungry Feast Dish presented by AXIS THEATRE

Thu Oct 19, 20237:00 P.M. at the OAC

Immerse yourself in the legend of the basket ogress, Th’owxiya, an old hungry spirit that inhabits a feast dish full of bountiful delicious foods. This Kwantlen First Nations tale follows a sly Mouse (Kw’at’el) who is caught stealing cheese from this feast dish. To appease an angry Th’owxiya, Kw’at’el embarks on a journey to find two children for the ogress to eat, or else! Come enjoy the traditional Coast Salish and Sto:lo music, masks, and imagery while learning how Raven (Sqeweqs), Bear (Spa:th), and Sasquatch (Sasq’ets) trick a hungry spirit and save Kw’at’el and their family from becoming the feast!

TICKETS: Regular $25, Senior/Student $20, Child 12 & under $10

Thu Oct 26, 20237:30 p.m.
Joce Reyome - Up Close and Personal

Joce Reyome - Up Close and Personal

Thu Oct 26, 20237:30 p.m. at the OAC

Sheer vocal power. Absolute musical grace and control. Joce Reyome has been captivating audiences with their dynamic performances on stages throughout the east coast of Canada, where they now call home. Reyome honed their skills performing alongside artists such as Irish Mythen, KINLEY, Andrew Waite, and Dylan Menzie. It’s now time for Joce to step out on their own.

Joce’s first single, Cross My Heart, was produced by award-winning producer Erin Costello, and recorded with Colin Buchanan at Hillsound Studios. Cross My Heart drips of classic R&B, showcasing Reyome’s vocal prowess, while production alludes to that of Alabama Shakes, or modern Mavis Staples. If there is one thing to be expected from this Massachusetts artist - armed with a voice that will warm your soul, or shake you to your core - they are guaranteed to leave you wanting more.

Hailing from Attleboro, Massachusetts, Reyome relocated to Prince Edward Island in 2016 to pursue music at a post-secondary level. Since their arrival in Canada, Reyome has been in-demand as a vocalist and session musician. Joce has toured internationally as a session player, and has been featured on multiple recordings, including Logan Richard, Brielle Ansems, and Liam Corcoran.

All seats $30 and include one glass of wine or a beer.

Tue Nov 21, 20237:30 P.M.
Stick&Bow -- All the Madmen

Stick&Bow -- All the Madmen

Tue Nov 21, 20237:30 P.M. at the OAC

Stick&Bow, “the trailblazing Montreal duo that plays everything from Bach to Radiohead” (CBC Music’s The Intro), unites marimba player Krystina Marcoux and cellist Juan Sebastian Delgado. Classically trained musicians, they present eclectic programs featuring original arrangements of some of the most celebrated works in history, highlighting the potential of their instruments combined. Their creative process combines musical narration with humor and storytelling in which the powerful combination of cello and marimba transforms the listening of familiar works in refreshing and unexpected ways.

Tickets: Regular $25, Senior/Student $20, Children 12 & under $10


Box Office

Tickets can be purchased from the Box Office in person or by phone,
or online by going to our website.
Ticket prices include a $2.50 service charge and HST when applicable.

Open Tuesday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and 60 minutes before any show.

Phone: 709-896-4028


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