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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.

Here are the details:

Dinner – 6pm
The Village Bakery will be catering – Greek themed chicken dinner with tons of sides, salads and dessert all for just $15! Pick up tickets at The Village of Haines Junction Office, or the little Green Apple


Dance – 8pm.
Major Funk is an incredibly danceable 6-person band. They draw a large crowd. They will round off our already jam-packed season with a night of dancing at the St. Elias Centre. They are well known in the Yukon as a dance band and the St. Elias Convention Centre Grand Hall is the perfect venue for a large dance setting. May is the official 20th anniversary of JAM’s inception of providing music and arts to Haines Junction and we’re having a great party and community dinner to celebrate. 


Dinner tickets are $15 . Dance tickets are $20 or $10 for seniors and youth available for pre-sale and at the door. A cash bar will be available so minors must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are cash only. Purchase your tickets in Haines Junction at The Village of Haines Junction Office, or the little Green Apple. In Whitehorse, tickets are available at Well-Read Books. Dinner is at 6pm, show at 8:00pm. 


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.