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Ready for 2023!

The Chase & District Festival Society is excited to once again be planning and hosting the Village of Chase Lakeside Music Series for the summer of 2023!

Shuswap Wildfire Relief Fundraiser Concert

Tuesday, August 29th, 6pm

at Tsqúqw7e (Chase Memorial Park)
Join The Liz Blair Project, Ben Klick and Tanner Dawson for a fundraising performance to support the Shuswap Community Foundations Emergency Response Fund.

Admission to the event is by donation, though if you are unable to donate, you are still more than welcome to attend!
This event is an opportunity for our community to come together and support our friends, families, and neighbours affected by the wildfires in the Shuswap.

Canada Day 2023

With a parade down Shuswap Avenue and then a series of activities throughout the day at Tsqúqw7e (Chase Memorial Park), there is something for everyone to celebrate the 156th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation.

Music on the Lake

Bring your lawn chairs and come enjoy free live music every Tuesday evening at 7pm in July and August. Featuring a mix of local and touring bands of different genres at one of BC’s most spectacular outdoor theatres along the shore of Little Shuswap Lake.

Interior Savings CornStock

What do you do when the world’s most delicious corn is grown where you live? Host an annual celebration of course! Since 2010 we have partnered with Interior Savings to bring our community together for an evening of music, activities, food, and hot-buttered corn. 

2023 Schedule

Our Partners

 We are grateful for the financial and in-kind contributions of our presenting partners 

We Create Reasons to Celebrate

About CDFS

The Chase & District Festival Society (CDFS) was established in 2009 with a mandate to promote arts and culture throughout the area. As a non-profit we work to deliver programming that is inclusive, accessible, and reflective of our community.

To date, all of our events have been free or by donation, as we believe everyone should be able to experience the arts without a concern of affordability.

We also work to ensure that we feature a range of artists and performers from different backgrounds, genres, and mediums. As part of our selection criteria we aim to reflect the diversity of our community through delivery of experiences that appeal to youth, seniors, and Indigenous Peoples.

Our strategy for sustainability and growth relies heavily upon our fantastic working partnership with other community organizations. Aside from providing events and activities for the community to enjoy, we also support other groups and initiatives through financial and in-kind donations.

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