Pick Your Six at the MAC in Parksville

Pick six shows at the McMillan Arts Centre and see one show for free

Pick six shows at the McMillan Arts Centre and see one show for free.

The 2016/2017 season will feature a total of eighteen performances with a variety of jazz, folk and storytelling performers. Download the brochure from the website for full details.

For the first time, the MAC is offering a Pick Your Six season subscription. Before Oct. 31, people can pick six performances they would like to see.

For early bird prices (before Oct. 21), the cost is $75 or $60 for Oceanside Community Arts Council members. After Oct. 21, the price goes up to $80.

All tickets will be sold individually after Oct. 31.

The MAC has a fantastic lineup to choose from including some artists such as the Marc Atkinson Trio, Sultans of String and Genevieve and the Wild Sundays.

People can pay online, or season passes are also available at the MAC office (133 McMillan St., Parksville) which is open Tuesday to Saturday from

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information, call 250-248-8185 or visit the website at www.mcmillanartscentre.com.

— Submitted by the MAC

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