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Live shows returning to Dekker Centre this fall

Strict protocols in place, including masks
Dekker Centre
The Dekker Centre expectS all patrons who attend live shows to be fully vaccinated.

NORTH BATTLEFORD - Live shows will be back at the Dekker Centre for the Performing Arts this fall.

The Dekker Centre has released some news about its fall schedule as well as some of the protocols it will have in place for the new season.

Four shows are planned for the Dekker Centre beginning Friday, Sept. 24. According to the Dekker Centre’s news release, the fall 2021 series features a lineup of Saskatchewan artists from a variety of genres including rock, country, blues and pop, as well as musical theatre from PPL R PPL Productions and a special community production of A Christmas Carol for the holiday season.

The full digital announcement is being released on the Dekker Centre website as well as its social media channels.

Tickets are on sale online, and they are also available in person at the Dekker Centre Box Office from Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. You can also purchase tickets by phone Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Anyone with questions can contact Dekker Centre General Manager Kali Weber at 306-445-4898 or by email at [email protected].

The Dekker Centre has also announced protocols to reduce risk for those attending the live performances.  A temporary masking mandate will be in place for everyone attending publicly ticketed events. Livestreaming will be available for those who prefer to watch from home.

Proof of vaccination will not be required, although the Dekker Centre states they expect all patrons who attend live shows to be fully vaccinated.

“Every decision for programming and risk management was based on reducing the spread of COVID-19 in our venue,” said Kali Weber, general manager, in a news release.

“The Dekker Centre wants to be able to keep our doors open, have our staff working, and present artists in a safe and fun environment… These measures are temporary, and protocols will be reviewed on a show-by-show basis.”

The full COVID-19 mandate can be found at: