Shivering Songs Daily (Jan. 30)

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Here’s a look at what’s happening today under the Shivering Songs banner.

Keith Hallett and The Hookers play The Capital tonight. Show starts at 9 p.m. Photo: Matt Carter

The 10th anniversary Shivering Songs Festival includes with a number of free performances tonight starting at 5:30 p.m. with a guided tour through some of the city’s best-known landmarks. Workshops, music, comedy, it’s all happening!

Magical History Tour with John Leroux

Join the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s John Leroux on a guided walking tour that highlights some of the many architectural gems of downtown Fredericton, with music and surprises along the way. Meet us at Beaverbrook Art Gallery (5:30pm). The tour concludes at the Wilmot United Church for our Festival Kickoff with The Olympic Symphonium & FUZE Orchestra.

Meet at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery | 5:30 p.m. | By Donation


The Olympic Symphonium with the FUZE Orchestra

Festival founders The Olympic Symphonium have teamed up with the FUZE Orchestra to present a collaborative performance inside the festival’s central location – Wilmot United Church. This event is all-ages and free to all.

Wilmot United Church | Doors 6:30 p.m. | Show at 7 p.m. | Free Show


Workshop: The Future of Creative Industries and Collective Ownership

Mable Wheeler helped found the Five Eleven Youth and Family Centre in North Sydney, Cape Breton. This week she’s back in the city to perform and talk about her experiences through this free public workshop.

Shiftwork Studio | 7 p.m. | Free


Comedy with Anthony Bryan and Friends

Anthony Bryan is a comedian, an actor and regular performer on Fredericton stages. Tonight he’ll be hosting an evening of comedy at The Muse on Regent Street. C’mon out.

The Tipsy Muse Café | Doors at 7 p.m. | Show at 8 p.m. | Free


Keith Hallett and The Hookers

You know him. You love him. He’s from the Hanwell Road. Join Fredericton blues great Keith Hallett and his band at The Capital Complex tonight and sink your teeth into the sounds of one of our city’s best.

Wilser’s Room | Doors at 8 p.m. | Show at 9 p.m. | $10

Full festival details can be found at

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