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Friday, Dec 23rd, 2022 • 8pm

The Music Hall
24 Main St W, Hamilton

Final batch of tickets on sale December 1st at Noon

After two years of not being able to do a live AcousticXmas Concert, on Friday, December 23rd, this popular Annual Hamilton Holiday Fundraiser is back and shaping up to be bigger than ever. It will still have that same intimate vibe that has always made the show such a special and unique holiday fundraiser, and the lineup this year is sure to be memorable! It’s always a thrill to be in the Music Hall on December 23rd to see who walks out on stage to perform.

Past performers have included:

Max Kerman & members of Arkells • Randy Bachman • Gord Sinclair of TTH • The Beaches • July Talk • Jim Cuddy • Allan Doyle • Lowest Of The Low • Brett Emmons of Glorious Sons • Walk off the Earth • Tyler Kyte of Dwayne Gretzky • The Trews • Tom Wilson • Luke Bentham of the Dirty Nil • Country Music Star Tim Hicks • Plus so many more including celebrity guests

IN SUPPORT of local charities

The JR DiGS Acoustic Christmas Concert is a volunteer-run charity fundraiser with 100% of net proceeds going to multitude of worthy charitable organizations & many local Hamilton charities. Beneficiaries of this annual fundraising effort have included the following organizations:

YWCA • Smile Zone • Pathways To Education • Jr Digs Acousticxmas Fund • Joe’s Mill • Carpenter’s Hospice • Friends of Burlington Food Bank and Compassion Society • Neighbour to Neighbour • Friends Of Melanie’s Way • Hamilton Foundation For Student Success • Coldest Night Of The Year • Big Brothers Big Sisters • Ronald Mcdonald House • Wilma’s Place • Barbara Schaeffer Commemorative Clinic • City Kidz • Burlington Rotary Community Hospice • An Instrument For Every Child • Cathedral Annex • Jaxon Christmas Gift • Demazenod Door Outreach

2022 Sponsors

“It’s so inspiring to see how this concert has grown over the years and to know that it has become a tradition shared by so many families and friends as a beginning to their holiday season.”
JR DiGS