Lizzy Hoyt to perform Christmas show in Crofton

The Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society is pleased to present the Lizzy Hoyt Christmas Special on Saturday, Dec. 9 in Crofton.

The show will take place at 8 p.m. at the Crofton Hotel’s Osborne Bay Pub.

Those who were fortunate enough to catch Hoyt’s Chemainus show in April 2016 will be looking forward to the opportunity to see her again. The Winnipeg-based performer is amazing as a singer, musician, dancer and songwriter.

Along with her vocal talents, Hoyt plays guitar, Celtic harp and fiddle. She will bring her ‘Lizzy Hoyt Trio’ with her, a band that has provided her musical backing for many years.

Hoyt has garnered many awards during her career, including the Queen’s Jubilee Medal for her musical tribute to Vimy Ridge. She has also been an International Acoustic Music Award Winner, twice a Canadian Folk Music Award nominee, a U.S.A. Song Writing Competition finalist, and a John Lennon Songwriting Contest finalist, among her many other achievements.

Hoyt’s show in Crofton will be her sole appearance on Vancouver Island during her western tour this winter, so this will be the only opportunity to enjoy her 2017 Christmas show.

This will be a great opportunity to enjoy the spirit of Christmas with such a well-loved artist, right here in the Chemainus Valley. Tickets are just $20, including GST.

Tickets are available at the hotel on Joan Avenue in Crofton, or at Rainforest Arts on Willow Street in Chemainus. Any unsold tickets will be available at the door.

Details about this and other CVCAS productions can be seen at HYPERLINK “http://www.cvcas.com/”www.cvcas.com.

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