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Performing Arts Trail presents: Music of Junk NOV 14

The Music of Junk is a light-hearted, feel-good, family concert experience with singers and musicians performing original music on imaginative, invented instruments built from recycled materials.

Tuesday November 14th, 7:30 PM

Performing Arts Trail is thrilled to offer this show "FREE" to kid's with accompanying adults paying regular ticket price ($35),
'First Come First Serve'

Fun for the whole family - pushing the boundaries of creative imagination and musical genius!

Tickets at the Charles Bailey Box Office or Online:



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Town: Trail, BC

Kid's Free!!! Parents get your tickets now, first-come-first-serve for this coming Tues. Nov. 14th @ 7:30 PM

Kid's Free Tomorrow at Charles Bailey Theatre for 'Music of Junk: Stories of the Junkyard'

“The Music of Junk” is a fun, energetic show that features eleven musicians playing instruments such as ‘garbage bag’ bagpipes, a ‘wheelbarrow’ bass, and a harp made from an old bed frame, and even a saxophone made from an old bike. Yes, instruments built from junk and recycled materials! Creator Paul Snider made all of the instruments himself from items of garbage and composed the music. The idea came to him during a trip to Kenya, where he saw people recycling trash for all sorts of useful things. The result, “The Music of Junk” is littered with fun; a unique show with toe tapping tunes.

November 14th, 7:30 PM

Parents purchase a ticket, and kids come for free!