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Citizen West in Swift Current on Sept. 21

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The Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC) along with its member Arts Council the Swift Current Allied Arts Council is proud to present Citizen West in concert.

The performance is part of the 2017/2018 Stars for Saskatchewan Concert series and set to take place at the Sky Centre in Swift Current Sept. 21 starting at 7:30 p.m.
Having garnered international attention for their individual accomplishments, tenors Cody Karey, Marc Devigne and Brett Pruneau have joined forces with pop producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist, Trevor Hoffmann to bring listeners a unique blend of elite vocals and modern pop flair.
As solo artists, Citizen West has amassed some impressive achievements. Between them, they have appeared on renowned world stages such as Madison Square Garden in New York City, The Gibson Amphitheater in L.A. and The Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas; appeared on a musical PBS special; and have performed live with the likes of Michael Buble, Andrea Bocelli, Sarah Brightman and The Tenors to name a few.
Citizen West employs their youth, personality and modern sensibilities to forge a new and exciting fusion of both serious musicianship and modern style.
For tickets to Citizen West, contact Melanie Friesen with the Swift Current Allied Arts Council at 306-773-7190 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
OSAC presents more than 300 live community and school performances annually, attended by a total audience of approximately 75,000.
This is possible thanks to a dedicated network of volunteers committed to making culture an integral part of Saskatchewan community life, and vital funding from Saskatchewan Lotteries administered by SaskCulture, Canadian Heritage, and the Saskatchewan Arts Board. Proceeds from Saskatchewan Lotteries benefit more than 12,000 non-profit sport, culture and recreation groups around the province.

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