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At the Salmar we are so excited to bring you the best in entertainment of all kinds. Movies, concerts, special events and more! Check back here often to see what is happening at the Salmar. For more events at the Classic click here.

The Hit 2 Fit is a Community Charity Event where local businesses, and residents come together in a friendly competition to raise funds for local charities, promoting life balance and community sustainability. We have many charities in need of support. Last year we assisted Kidsport, SAFE Community Society, Youth Mental Health and the Hospital just to name a few. This year’s competition is going to focus on two charities chosen by the two teams.

Venue – Salmon Arm Curling Centre

Early Bird Dinner and Event Tickets go on Sale January 1- February 1

Three Options:

  1. Table- Early Bird $350/ $420 After Feb 15
  • Buy a Table for 8! This comes with access to weigh-ins and dinner. Dinner includes a glass of wine. To purchase a table please purchase directly at the Salmar Grand Cinemas (100 Hudson Ave)
  1. Single Ticket- Early Bird $50/$60 After Feb 15
  • This comes with access to weigh-ins and dinner. Dinner includes a glass of wine.

Youth Single Ticket- includes dinner and a non-alcoholic beverage. $50

  1. Standing Room- $30 (No Early Bird Price)
  • No weigh-in or Dinner, it comes with room to stand for the event. Also includes a drink ticket. Goes on sale February 15th, not before.

Dinner catered by Cantina Vallarta. There will be two main dishes, four salads, and two desserts.

Tickets Available here

At the Classic

The Alan Jackson Experience coming May 5th @ The Salmar Classic Theatre

Tickets available here and in either theatre during operating hours.

Aaron Halliday is a long time Canadian country artist, Born in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia and living in Kelowna, BC. With his wife Sharyn and their 3 boys Eli, Matthias and Adam. Aaron has cut his teeth on the raw and emotional grit and determination it takes to maintain a career in the performing arts. After decades of performing at venues across Canada, Aaron Halliday and his wife Sharyn have lived about every life situation that is possible and together have come through it with a more positive outlook on Life, Love and the Future. Aaron may be the front man on Stage but, Sharyn is the inspiration behind what he does which shows completely in this New Single and the Title track from Aaron’s EP – This Ain’t Just Another Road. This single was penned by Aaron himself along with his Producer and Guitarist Jay Buettner.
Following a crazy busy year with the release of the first single Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ Tonight co-written by Aaron Goodvin, Shane Minor an Bart Butler which did very well at Canadian Radio and reached a high of #1 for 2 weeks in a row on True North Country’s Indie Row Top 20 Countdown.

At the Classic

May 27 @ 7:00 pm

Monday, May 27th – Tickets for this presentation of Fiddlin’ Around may be purchased online or in person at either Classic Theatre or Grand Theatre Box Offices, or at Acorn Music (118 Lakeshore Dr NE) 250-832-8669. VISA or MasterCard purchases can be made by calling the Scott Woods Band Office toll free at 1-855-726-8896. Tickets are $30 for adults/seniors$15 for children ages 6-12, and children 5 & under get in free. Doors will open approximately one hour prior to show time.Join Scott Woods and his talented band for this uplifting 2-hour live family-friendly show, featuring lots of fun fiddle tunes in the style of Don Messer, Graham Townsend and Al Cherny, as well as Traditional Country and Gospel songs that reflect the music and values of the past. Scottwill keep you entertained with his keen wit, his prowess on the fiddle, and of course his trick fiddling. Enjoy impressive guitar solos by ‘The Telecaster Master’ Steve Piticco, and smooth vocals and yodelling by Naomi Bristow, ‘Canada’s Yodelin’ Cowgirl. 14-year old Leo Stock, also known as ‘Spaghetti Legs” will demonstrate sensational step dancing, and Scott’s sister Kendra Woods Norris adds sweet harmonies, and levity to every show.

At the Classic

The Shuswap Childrens Association is hosting their second annual Childrens Film
Festival Fundraiser during Springbreak.
Shuswap Children’s Association has not received an increase in operating funds from
the Province in 9 years and yet costs keep rising and waitlists are growing. Services are
free to children and their families of the Shuswap.
Since 1982 the Shuswap Children’s Association has been providing services to children
with special needs and our services also include supporting early childhood
development and childcare.
Other programs we offer include Child Care Resource and Referral Program, Fetal
Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Key Worker, Infant Development Program, Occupational
Therapy, Physiotherapy, Supported Child Development, the Loft Program for kids with
Autism Spectrum and/or Developmental Disabilities as well as our Family Support Program.
Proceeds from this fundraiser are for our Family Support Program which provides:
emotional and information support for families dealing with a diagnosis • training and
help for parents to support their children • set up weekly scheduling, structural planning
and goal creation for the family • help for families moving from one service to another
Our Mission is to support children and their families to play, grow and thrive.
The Festival takes place Springbreak at the Salmar Classic Theatre in Salmon Arm –
March 24 – 28, 2019. The cost to attendees is $5.00 and includes a small popcorn and
juicebox. 9 shows to see throughout the week. You can purchase tickets on the Salmar Website or at The Salmar Grand.