Upcoming Events!


Gordie Tentrees – April 5th, 2019 


Junction Arts and Music is pleased to present Gordie Tentrees on April 5th, 2019 at the St. Elias Convention Centre. Gordie is a well-known and loved Yukon Artist who has recently released his new CD GRIT. His music is relate-ably Yukonesque and he has been a Yukon musical standard for many years. His music is a cross between Corb Lund and Stompin’ Tom Connors. The Globe and mail says “In the rough cut vein of Kelly Joe Phelps or Fred Eaglesmith, Tentrees is gifted”

In April, Gordie will have an opener Roland Roberts travelling with him and it makes to be a great show.  Cost of tickets is $20 at the door  or $10 for seniors and youth. Doors open at 7pm, show at 7:30.  Check out junctionjam.ca  or @hainesjunctionjam on Facebook for all the details.


Junction Arts and Music 20th anniversary – May 4th, 2019 

with Major Funk and the Employment!


Junction Arts and Music is excited to celebrate its’ 20th year with you. For 20 years JAM has been providing quality arts and music to the community of Haines Junction. Over the years so many people in Haines Junction have volunteered and supported our programming. For this event, we’re going to have a trip down memory lane. We’re gathering all our old event  posters and stories to showcase. If you have stories, favourite shows or memories please let us know – we’d love your input.

The event will be May 4th, 2019 at the St. Elias Convention Centre.  Cost of tickets for dinner and the show is $35. Tickets for just the concert is $20 at the door  or $10 for seniors and youth. Doors open at 7pm, show at 7:30pm.  Check out @hainesjunctionjam on Facebook for more posts and details. Keep your eyes peeled for more information closer to the date – we expect a great party!


Since 1999, Junction Arts & Music (JAM) has nurtured the arts in Haines Junction by offering an annual average of twenty high-quality concerts, theatre productions, film screenings, readings, and children’s events. JAM features Yukon performers as well as national and international artists. Our society’s active board members and executive director steer our non-profit organization to facilitate these productions and workshops within our community with the help of many local volunteers.