Craig Johnson, fundraising co-ordinator, said there are only a handful of tickets left for Sloan’s Twice Removed Tour stopping at the centre on Feb. 20.
“Right now, we have five seats left, but two of those will be sold anytime,” said Johnson.
“We’re definitely excited to have Sloan perform – it’s a special tour for them in their Twice Removed Tour, so they’ll be playing that album from start to finish with a couple of other hits in there as well. It’s our first big show of the year.”
The sold out show is coming off the heels of other sellouts late last year, including Bette MacDonald, Dave Gunning, Joel Plaskett and Jill Barber.
Sloan’s performance begins at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 7. Tickets are $42 inclusive.
Other big shows coming up at the Marigold over the next couple of months include Rose Cousins in March.
“She’s won a number of awards for new latest album ‘We Have Made a Spark.’ And we have Jennah Barry, a local musician, opening for her,” he said.
Pictou County’s George Canyon will be on stage on April 16, and the Spinney Brothers three days later.
“The Spinney Brothers are selling well already,” said Johnson.
Evans and Doherty are on the playbill for March, with Brookfield’s Anne Davison Janelle with James Hill scheduled for later in April.
“We’re still building our line up, so there’s more to come,” Johnson added.
For more information on upcoming performances or to purchase tickets, call 897-4004 or visit the Marigold Cultural Centre on Prince Street in Truro.