There are three major shows coming to Prince George in December.
Holiday Festival on Ice takes place Dec. 5, Corb Lund and the Hurtin' Albertans will be showcasing their talent Dec. 11 and the Rankin Sisters take to the stage Dec. 14.
Kurt Browning is a four-time Canadian figure skating champion and four-time world champion who will be joined by Joannie Rochette, Jeffrey Buttle, Jamie Sal & David Pelletier, and Steven Cousins during the Holiday Festival on Ice held at the CN Centre.
Tickets start at $19.50 and range to $89.50 - VIP tickets include a post-event reception with the skaters.
Corb Lund and the Hurtin' Albertans will play at the CN Centre Dec. 11 and the atmosphere is set as a honky-tonk cabaret-style. Lund and his band will be promoting their sixth CD called Losin' Lately Gambler.
Lund is accompanied on the album by his longtime band the Hurtin' Albertans - bassist Kurt Ciesla, drummer Brady Valgardson, and guitarist-banjoist Grant Siemens. Lund has been named Roots Artist of the Year by the Canadian Country Music Association for the last five years, with a nomination again this year.
Honky-tonk cabaret floor for people 19 years and older, all-ages bleacher seating is also available. Tickets are $32.50 (plus service charges).
The Rankin Sisters will present A Maritime Christmas Dec. 14 at Vanier Hall. Raylene, Heather and Cookie Rankin will kick off the holiday season with this evening of Christmas cheer. This show will be filled with the sisters' Celtic-influenced vocals and the audience will hear selections from their Christmas album Do You Hear.
Joining Raylene, Heather and Cookie on their Christmas tour are some of the Maritime's talented musicians The Rankin Family's drummer and percussionist Scott Ferguson, pianist Michael Creber, guitarist Clarence Deveau, bassist Bruce Jacobs and cousin Mairi Rankin on the fiddle. Tickets are $44.50 (plus service charge).
Tickets for each event are at all Ticketmaster outlets or by calling 250-614-9100 or visit ticketmaster.ca.