JULY 27 and 28 IN SPRINGHILL, NOVA SCOTIA
12 JULY 2019 (TORONTO, ON) – The Anne Murray Centre announces a weekend of special events in honour its 30th anniversary since opening its doors in Springhill, Nova Scotia, the hometown of beloved singer, Anne Murray. The celebratory weekend is set to take place on July 27 and 28.
On Saturday July 27, Anne will greet fans from the world over at the Centre’s annual VIP Meet and Greet Luncheon with Anne Murray. This sold-out event will be held at the Dr. Carson and Marion Murray Community Centre.
Springhill celebrations continue on Sunday July 28, when Anne is joined in conversation with former TV host Jeff Hutcheson, a sold-out ‘Up Close and Personal' Interview and Q&A session, again at the Community Centre.
Following the Q&A and to conclude the festivities, Anne will meet fans at an open public event starting at approximately 1:30pm at the Anne Murray Centre.
In Halifax on Friday July 26th, in celebration of the 30th anniversary, there will be a special preview concert performance of a new musical, “Could I Have This Dance?”, an original Maritime story set to Anne Murray’s hits. Making its debut in Halifax, Nova Scotia at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, tickets are available through the Rebecca Cohn box office.
ANNE MURRAY CENTRE
The Anne Murray Centre is a world-class, award-winning museum that showcases Anne's incredible life and career, with an intimate look at her humble beginnings, flight to fame and her enduring contributions to the world of music. The Anne Murray Centre is a non-profit organization and is a registered Canadian charity. It holds the distinction of being the longest operating museum dedicated to a Canadian music artist and has welcomed more than 500,000 visitors from around the world.
The Centre has fulfilled Anne's wish to contribute in a unique manner to her hard luck hometown of Springhill whose history includes two of Canada’s worst mining disasters and two devastating fires. All of these events occurred during Anne’s childhood and had a profound influence on her.
The opening of the Anne Murray Centre in 1989, remains one of the proudest moments of Anne’s illustrious career.
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