- Created on Thursday, 23 October 2014 15:21
The 2015 Scotties Tournament of Hearts is heading to Moose Jaw, Feb. 14 – 22 at Mosaic Place, and curling fans can now reserve the best seats in the house for all the excitement of championship weekend.
The Classic Mini Pack, on sale for $149, guarantees the same great seat for the final six draws, highlighted by the crowning of our new Canadian women’s curling champions.
Ottawa’s Rachel Homan will return to the national stage to defend her Team Canada title for the second consecutive year, along with third Emma Miskew and lead Lisa Weagle. Newcomer Joanne Courtney will take the place of longtime second Alison Kreviazuk.
It marks the second time in just over two years that Moose Jaw has moved into the spotlight of the country’s competitive curling scene. The resounding success of the 2012 Canada Cup, which set an attendance record for the event, provided the springboard that ultimately earned the city the right to host the Scotties for the first time.
Along with a prime seat for all the action on the ice at Mosaic Place when Canada’s top 12 teams compete for the national title, every ticket to the Scotties includes complimentary admission to the HeartStop, right next door in the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre.
The HeartStop is the place where the entertainment carries on after the games are done. Fans will step in to a party that comes complete with an appetizing selection of food and beverages, live music and interactive fun for the whole family. Plus, it’s an opportunity to meet with the athletes at daily Team Autograph sessions and Up Close and Personal interviews.
The Old Classic full event pass, with the same great seat for all 22 draws, is also available for $349.
Both ticket packages can be purchased online at curling.ca/tickets or at the box office (306-624-2050).
- Created on Monday, 13 October 2014 13:42
Mosaic Place invites you to spend an enchanted evening with them this December 5th gazing upon some of the world’s finest figure skaters. The 2014 Holiday Festival on Ice tour will be returning to Moose Jaw bringing with them an all-star cast of the Nation’s top skaters.
The skaters will perform holiday-themed routines as part of their program and the show invites you to witness it from a unique perspective. A view of the champions from ice surface seating will be available to purchase, allowing you a once in a lifetime up close and personal experience. For those that wish to make their evening complete, the show also offers an opportunity for a memorable meet and greet with the stars.
The confirmed cast is as follows:
Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir: Olympic Gold Medalists; Two-time World Dance Champions
Patrick Chan: Olympic Silver Medalist; Seven-time National Champion
Kurt Browning: Four-time World Champion
Some additional performers will be announced closer to the performance date.
Ticket prices start at $39.50 and will be available to purchase Friday, October 17th at 10am. You may order your seat online at www.mosaicplace.ca visit the Mosaic Place Box office or by calling 306-624-2050.
- Created on Friday, 12 September 2014 10:10
A limited number of tickets to the sold out Alan Jackson show have been released. For those that are looking to attend the September 18th performance at Mosaic Place, please contact the Mosaic Place box office to purchase your ticket.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.mosaicplace.ca, by phone at (306) 624-2050 or in person at the Mosaic Place Box Office.
- Created on Friday, 26 September 2014 09:01
Lara Johnston is a singer-songwriter whose powerful voice, dynamic stage presence, and catchy, soulful pop songs have captivated worldwide music audiences. This October 19th, Johnston will be opening for the Doobie Brothers at Mosaic Place.
She has toured extensively, both as a solo artist and as a backing vocalist for artists like Don Henley and Belinda Carlisle. She has shared the bill or performed with Luke Bryan, Willie Nelson, Sammy Hagar, Buddy Guy, Huey Lewis and the News, Journey, Heart, Bonnie Raitt, Steve Miller, rapper J. Dash, and many others. Lara had a duet with America's Got Talent winner, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., on The Wendy Williams Show and the Piers Morgan Tonight Christmas Special on CNN.
Lara was selected from over 7,500 competitors as the first Grand Prize Winner of the Unsigned Only Competition for her song, K.I.S.S. Lara's songs "K.I.S.S. and "Here At The End Of The World" were chosen from over 20,000 entries as finalists in the famed International Song writing Competition. K.I.S.S. went on to win first place in the Adult Contemporary division.
Lara ventured to Austin, Texas, to play four shows during the city's legendary SXSW music festival. Lara has been featured on the home page of ReverbNation, several times, as a featured Artist of the Week.
While pursuing her career, Lara also studied her craft at USC’s Thornton School of Music, where she recently graduated in the inaugural class of the Popular Music Program. Since then, she’s been touring and writing non-stop, with an October residency at legendary rock club The Bitter End in NYC. Noteworthy November gigs included singing at the Dylan Fest and a performance at the Kennedy Center as part of the American Voices festival. This January, Lara performed at several Sundance Film Festival events with Koffeehouse Music. And after spending the first quarter of 2014 crafting new songs, Lara signed with an independent record label in June. She is very excited for her forthcoming release!
Tickets for the October 19th performance at Mosaic Place start at $58.00 plus taxes and are available online www.mosaicplace.ca, by phone at (306) 624-2050 or in person at the Mosaic Place Box Office.
- Created on Tuesday, 17 June 2014 16:19
Just announced, One More Girl will be joining country music superstar Alan Jackson on stage in Moose Jaw on September 18th.
Country music’s next ‘overnight’ sensation may well be two decades in the making. Sisters Carly McKillip (24), and Britt McKillip (22), known as the hit-making, award winning duo One More Girl grew up in a musical family, and took to the stage as toddlers. Thanks to a childhood filled with music, and a multitude of acting roles in ongoing television and film projects these gorgeous young women are seasoned entertainers well beyond their years. “We’re fully committed to our craft. We’ll be writing music and performing till the day we die. It’s ingrained in our genes,” says the disarmingly assertive older sister Carly.
Since winning the coveted CCMA Rising Star Award the girls have been signed by two major labels: EMI and Interscope – both times, staffing changes at the labels sabotaged their chances at an international breakthrough. “We’ve got a great team and amazing fan support in Canada so thankfully, we have a strong career up here,” says the stunning Britt McKillip, who beyond her music is known for voicing a main character in “My Little Pony” and for playing the lead role in the critically acclaimed Showtime series “Dead Like Me.”
In 2013 One More Girl announced their long time agent Jim Cressman, of Invictus Entertainment Group, would assume the role as manager, and shortly thereafter One More Girl was signed to Canada’s top indie country label, Open Road Recordings. A few months later they scored leading roles in the CMT hit holiday film “Coming Home For Christmas,” which featured – along with their formidable acting chops – music composed and performed by the girls.
Sharing the stage with Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, and many more continues to inspire the girls to bring their voices, their performances and their music to the international stage. The current single “Love Like Mine”, written by Emily Shackleton, may just help them do that. Already a top 40 hit in Canada and a top 20 CMT video within weeks of its’ release, the female empowerment anthem is resonating with young country audiences. Poised for a breakout in 2014 One More Girl has recently been signed by Kevin Neal (Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean) with William Morris in Nashville. Plans are now in motion for One More Girl to share their music with new fans around the world.
A limited amount of tickets for the September 18th performance have just been released. Purchase yours online at www.mosaicplace.ca, by phone at (306) 624-2050 or in person at the Mosaic Place Box Office.