Prince George Folkfest Society (PGFFS) has announced that all in-person tickets to the “Coldsnap Presents William Prince” concert taking place at the Prince George Playhouse on October 28 are sold out. If you missed your chance to purchase in-person tickets, don’t fret. The show will be livestreamed.
“We have been blown away by the interest in this show – selling out two weeks before the show is not typical for Prince George audiences,” said Aidyl Jago, Marketing Manager – Coldsnap 2023. “For us, this is a clear indication that folks are keen to gather together to enjoy live music. Cheers to maintaining this momentum as we head into our 2023 festival – January 27 to February 4, 2023.”
Tickets to access the livestream can be purchased for only $15 (plus fees and taxes) on our website at coldsnapfestival.com.
A secure link to the livestream concert will be emailed to ticket holders the day before the concert. Ticket holders will be able to access the concert online for up to 30 days after the concert takes place.
The production staff and the team at Russell AV have produced three successful livestream festivals for PGFFS in recent years with the Coldsnap 2021 Coldstream, Dak’et, Shun Inli (Music In The Fall) in October 2021 and Coldsnap 2022 (Live and Livestreamed!). This team does an excellent job of creating a wonderful at-home concert viewing experience, with high-quality audio production, as well as superb visuals.
The livestream pre-show begins at 7 p.m., and the actual show begins at 7:30 p.m., live from the Prince George Playhouse. After introductions and greetings, the drum group, Thundering Eagles will take the stage, followed by our featured artist, Juno Award-winning roots/country/folk singer-songwriter, William Prince (williamprincemusic.com). It is sure to be a night to remember.
Please visit our website at coldsnapfestival.com, and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @coldsnapfest for updates on this show, and news about Coldsnap 2023, which will take place from January 27, 2023 to February 4, 2023.
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