of The Clarion
A Saskatchewan-born country music artist is the next performer in the arts council’s Stars for Saskatchewan series.
Chris Henderson, who was born in Estevan, has become one of the busiest touring acts in Canadian country music. He will be in Kindersley on Jan. 12 to perform at the Norman Ritchie Community Centre. The concert is scheduled to start at 8 p.m.
It’s the third of eight in the Kindersley and District Arts Council’s 2017-18 Stars for Saskatchewan series.
Henderson, a former school teacher, has released three full-length albums. His latest album, The Charm, was released in 2017. He’s said to have a captivating voice, entertaining stories and songs about life.
Tickets for arts council concerts are available at Lela’s Music Centre, LaBelle Boutique and Integra Tire, online at www.ticketpro.ca and at the door if the show has not sold out.
People still have the option to purchase a four-pack of tickets with six concerts left in the series. You can pick any of the four remaining concerts in the four-pack. People are reminded that unused season tickets cannot be used for future concerts, a change made before last season.
Jenn McLean, an arts council member and spokesperson for the series, said you can purchase a four-pack of tickets until there are fewer than four concerts left in the season, if they plan to attend every concert.For more on this story, please see the Jan. 10 print edition of The Clarion.