Cowtown Cabaret performs at the Canmore Opera House in Calgary’s Heritage Park
What's more fun than an evening of show tunes, love songs and dancing to thrill your senses and make your heart skip a beat.
Looking for a great Valentine’s date idea? The Cowtown Cabaret’s got an evening of show tunes, love songs and dancing to thrill your senses and make your heart skip a beat.
February 9, 11, 12 and 14, 2012
All performances at 7:30 pm
Canmore Opera House – Heritage Park
Tickets are available on our website.
Regular $45 – Students/Seniors $40
The mission of Cowtown Opera Company is to increase the number of opera enthusiasts in Calgary by providing fun and interactive opera experiences.
For more information, contact:
403.926.8414 or visit www.cowtownoperacompany.com
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