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Winter Concerts Series: Cud Eastbound + Erica Mah

February 4 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

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One event on February 5, 2021 at 8:00 pm

The Klondike Institute of Art & Culture and the Dawson City Music Festival Association are thrilled to present live music at the KIAC Ballroom – dënäkär zho all winter! Musicians from throughout the Yukon will share their work in a concert series, with each concert showcasing two artists for two nights.

Thurs, February 4 Tickets
Fri, February 5 Tickets

Cud Eastbound is a Rogue Folk singer/songwriter from Dawson City, Yukon. An Outsider musician, Cud Eastbound’s songs are best described as imparting a sense of optimism despite adversity. The rawness of their lyricism and vocal style overtop their well-crafted guitar and banjo-driven melodies will bring you to your greatest feelings of loss before reminding you that you still have the opportunity to grow, learn and change.

Erica Mah is a multi-instrumental singer-songwriter whose projects have a sharp lyrical focus. Born and raised in Smithers, British Columbia, her songwriting uniquely reflects a quiet, Northern upbringing. She recently released her third full-length album, Landlocked, an acoustic folk album rich with stories and imagery from her life in the Yukon. She is currently working on a project that incorporates the guzheng, a traditional Chinese zither, to write western folk songs about transoceanic journeys.

We are committed to providing a safe concert-going experience, so please note the following:

• All concerts are all-ages.

• Each concert will have very limited capacity with physical distancing in place.

• We are offering advanced tickets only. You may purchase tickets in clusters of up to four (4) people to be seated together.

• All concert-goers will be required to wear a mask. If you do not own a mask, disposable ones will be available.

• All concert-goers must be seated upon entrance and remain seated throughout each set (except for bathroom breaks). There will be a 10-minute set changeover, but audience members cannot mingle in the venue.

• Artists will be performing live off the floor rather than on stage to ensure proper spacing when needed.

• Thursday night shows will be broadcast live on CFYT 106.9fm and cfyt.ca from 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm for those who cannot attend.

• If you feel sick at all, please contact KIAC for a refund and stay home.

• We are following the public health situation closely, and we are prepared to cancel, postpone, or alter all shows if needed.


February 4
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Klondike Institute of Art & Culture (KIAC)
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Dawson City, Y0B1G0 Canada
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