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Stellar musical entertainment line up set for 2020 World Women’s Curling Championships

CN Centre manager Glen Mikkelsen unveils the entertainment line up for The Patch at the 2020 World Women’s Curling Championships in March. Bill Phillips photo

There will be plenty of entertainment on the ice during the 2020 World Women’s Curling Championship in Prince George. However, there will be just as much high-calibre entertainment off the ice.

CN Center manager Glen Mikkelsen unveiled the stellar line-up that will take to the stage in The World Famous Patch during the games March 13-22. The Patch is the social and entertainment hub during the World Women’s Curling Championship. Located in the Kin 1 arena, it will be open throughout the Championship, and offer entertainment, food and drinks, table top curling games, plus opportunities for people to meet guests and athletes from around the globe.

“Now is the time for the community to embrace the world coming to Prince George in March,” said Mikkelsen. “We encourage homes, schools, and businesses, to decorate and celebrate as we host people from around the world.”

Fans will have the chance to meet athletes at daily team autograph sessions and ask questions at the “Up Close & Personal Sessions.” It is one of the only sports where fans can see a team play and then a couple of hours later meet and chat with them in The Patch.

There is no cover charge for The Patch. Minors are welcome until 8 p.m. Hours are 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily.

Entertainers confirmed are:

The Dungarees

Friday, March 13, and Saturday, March 14

Hailing from Alberta, The Dungarees kick off the celebrations, on Friday, March 13th. The Dungarees have played at marquee country music festivals across Canada, including the Calgary Stampede, Big Valley Jamboree, and more. They were nominated as “Group of the Year” at the 2016 Alberta Country Music Awards, and will be bringing their good-time country music to Prince George.

Cod Gone Wild

Tuesday, March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day

It promises to be more than a wee bit o’ fun on St. Patrick’s Day, as Cod Gone Wild brings their Celtic infused good-time music to The Patch. These artists have toured the globe, and we are lucky to have them turn The Patch into the biggest St. Patrick’s Party in northern B.C.

Chris Goodwin Trio

Wednesday, March 18

Blending country, folk, pop, and rock songs into their captivating set lists, the Chris Goodwin Trio is sure to play songs to sing along to, and to introduce you to some lesser known favourites.

Chris Goodwin Band

Thursday, March 19

This night, Chris Goodwin brings his full band, to get The Patch up and dancing to a fun mix of country, folk, pop, and rock songs.

The Chevelles

Friday, March 20, and Saturday, March 21

The Chevelles are known as The Patch’s House Band – and they have brought their Rock ‘n Roll Dance Music to Patches across the country.

From Lethbridge, Alberta, and with a monstrous song list, The Chevelles put forth the best show possible night after night after night. If you have not seen this “Inspiring Rock ‘n’ Roll Party Tribute “, come to The Patch, and have fun like everyone else.

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