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CP Holiday Train arrives in Alberta; Calgary show slated for Dec. 11

The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is back in Alberta for a series of free concerts. (Canadian Pacific) The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is back in Alberta for a series of free concerts. (Canadian Pacific)

A popular holiday tradition is right on track to begin spreading seasonal cheer throughout Alberta.

The Canada Pacific Holiday Train has rolled into the province with four performances — Medicine Hat, Tilley, Brooks and Gleichen — scheduled for Wednesday.

The free live concerts with Juno and Canadian Country Music Award winner Tenille Townes and Aysanabee will run for approximately 30 minutes and volunteers will be on hand to collect cash and non-perishable food donations from concert-goers for local food banks.

The train will head north for a slate of shows throughout the week before arriving in Calgary on Sunday.

Thursday, Dec. 8

  • Blackfalds;
  • Lacombe;
  • Ponoka;
  • Wetaskiwin;
  • Millet; and,
  • Leduc

Friday, Dec. 9

  • Josephburg and Edmonton

Sunday, Dec. 11

  • Calgary – Anderson CTrain station

Tuesday, Dec. 13 (Tenille Townes and Virginia to Vegas)

  • Cochrane;
  • Stoney Nakoda;
  • Canmore; and,
  • Banff.

The holiday train will then continue west for a series of shows throughout B.C.

For concert location information and times visit CP Holiday Train. Top Stories

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