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Confederation Centre of the Arts

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Tourism Business - Concert Hall/Theatre

Confederation Centre of the Arts is a national organization in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island that showcases the best in Canadian performing and visual arts experiences. The Centre was opened in 1964 to commemorate the historic 1864 Charlottetown Conference that led to the formation of Canada as a country. A bustling hub in the heart of the city, this national arts centre showcases the finest in Canadian visual and performing arts. Open year-round, the Centre is home to a musical theatre festival, art gallery, walking tours, kids' art camps, catering and conference services and so much more. Fifty-six seasons and still going strong - Confederation Centre's production of Anne of Green Gables --The Musical™ is both tender and hilarious, and with new sets and thrilling choreography the definitive Anne musical will inspire your imagination just as L. M. Montgomery's classic has done for decades.