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Songs of the City

Wednesday January 18th, 2023 @ The Fredericton Playhouse!

Songs of the City is a special evening of compelling speakers and songwriters that tells the transformative stories of everyday people whose lives have been impacted because of your ongoing support of United Way.  Songs of the City is a celebration of our community, and a thank you for your help in making it a better place for everyone who lives here.

These inspiring narratives will tell the transformative stories of people right here in our community whose lives have been changed because of your support of the United Way. We’re excited to share stories from Autism Connections, Meals on Wheels, Partners for Youth and Under One Sky Friendship Centre.

Storytellers will be paired with local musicians to tell their story through song, featuring music from Judie Acquin, Dylan Ward (Marian), Justine Everett (Les Chanterelles), Wolfcastle and The Olympic Symphonium.

FREE Tickets  can be reserved through the Playhouse Box Office or by calling the Fredericton Playhouse Box Office 506-458-8344.

This free event is presented in partnership with Shivering Songs Festival and St. Thomas University.




Thank you to our PLATINUM SPONSOR


Thank you to our Silver Sponsor


Thank you to our Gold Sponsor

Thank you to our Bronze Sponsor



About Songs of the City

Songs of the City is an incredibly special event, one like none other in Fredericton. With emotional and inspirational stories paired with breathtaking music and song, it’s an evening difficult to forget. These stories are just a sampling of the courage, strength and resilience that can be found in our community. Every person in our community has a story, and thanks to your support and donations we can continue to help individuals have a hot meal, a friend, or support during a tough time. None of these people would be here today without the support they received during their darkest hours. None of these people would be here without you.


Please contact our Director of Marketing and Communications, Kate Butler, via email or call 506-459-7773.