The Annual Fundraising Tour in Western Canada.
The Cariboo Express is hitching up its team of 12+ musicians and heading across the Rockies this coming November, for the Annual Barney Bentall & The Cariboo Express tour! The legacy continues with dates in Alberta and BC, including Sooke.
The Sooke event will happen on November 23, 2017, at the Edward Milne Community School’s theatre. Tickets are $35.00 ($37.22 with service fee), and can be bought online here.
Each year the Cariboo Express tour is a highly anticipated show like no other; it’s a heartwarming, hilarious variety show of astonishing talents in roots, country, and rock ‘n roll, with a sense of community at the center of it all.
As always, most shows on the tour are fundraisers for various charities, and over the past decade The Cariboo Express have raised nearly three quarters of a million dollars, reaching over $200,000 in the 2015 tour alone. Over the years, the shows have benefited local charities and not-for-profit societies from Vancouver Island to Winnipeg, including the Sooke Food Bank.
This is the fifth year the event is being hosting in Sooke, and they have raised over $40,000 for the Sooke Food Bank.
The Cariboo Express has become a sought-after event across western Canada, that makes a significant impact on each community it touches with both its unique fundraising model and highly engaging show. What better way to spend a November night than a show that’s not just an incredibly enjoyable favorite for all ages, but one that makes a difference in the community too.
- November 23
- EMCS Theatre
- 7:00 p.m.
- $35.00 ($37.22 with service fee)
- Ticket can be bought online here
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