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Kiwanis Performing Arts Centre

Chubby Cree (Live at KPAC)

The Indigenous hand drum group featuring roaring thirteen-year-old vocalist, Noah Green, and his grandmother, Carol Powder, have been taking the internet by storm and wowing audiences all across Turtle Island.

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Chubby Cree (Live at KPAC)
Chubby Cree (Live at KPAC)

Time & Location

Jun 19, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 8:10 p.m.

Kiwanis Performing Arts Centre, 10401 10 St, Dawson Creek, BC V1G 3T8, Canada

About the Event

🎶 Join Us for a Performance by Chubby Cree in celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day! 🎶

📅 Wednesday, June 19th

🕒 Doors 6:00pm / Show 7:00pm

🎟️ Free to Attend - Donations accepted for tickets, benefiting:

- Nawican Bergeron Youth & Cultural Centre

- Aboriginal Family Services

- Mizpah Transition House

This performance made possible by The Government of Canada/Heritage Canada.

✨CHUBBY CREE:

The Indigenous hand drum group featuring roaring 13-year-old vocalist, Noah Green, and his grandmother, Carol Powder, have been taking the internet by storm and wowing audiences all across Turtle Island.

The group have been playing non-stop around their hometown of Edmonton, at both traditional powwow events and as a go-to artist at events in support of women’s rights, the environment and the marginalized of society. Channeling the authentic spirit of Cree music and its healing power to unite people, the group's powerful performances have often brought audience members to tears.

In October 2019 Chubby Cree played to five thousand people gathered outside the Alberta legislature building, opening for environmentalist Greta Thunberg. With that performance the group attracted national press coverage, and the video took off online, receiving over a million views. Since then, the group has gone viral numerous times on platforms such as Tik Tok and Reddit.

The viral fame has not undone the close family bond that exists. Living under one roof with 10 other family members, they regularly practice and perform together. Carol hopes future generations will continue the tradition, so that it is not lost, bringing people together through healing and artistic connection. 

Now with the world watching the group has attracted international attention from both fans and the music industry alike. The group recently signed with label and management company, Unbelievably Spectacular, and have been fielding calls from the Ellen Degeneres Show, Little Big People television and “America’s Got Talent”. They’re also heading into the studio with multi platinum, Grammy award winning Indigenous producer David Strickland, best known for his work with artists like Drake, Sade, Method Man and many more.

Tickets

  • General Admission

    Tickets are free or by donation. 100% of donations received will be distributed to Nawican Bergeron Youth & Cultural Centre, Aboriginal Family Services and Mizpah Transition House.

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