Diamond to shine in Tri-Port

British Columbia’s own Charlotte Diamond returns to Port Hardy and Port McNeill to celebrate Family Fun Day with special concerts

British Columbia’s own Charlotte Diamond returns to Port Hardy and Port McNeill to celebrate Family Fun Day with special concerts in both communities.

Diamond will perform March 7 at 2 p.m. at Cheslakees Elementary School in Port McNeill and March 8 at 2 p.m. at the Port Hardy Civic Centre.

Diamond is celebrating 30 years of entertaining children and their families since the release of her Juno Award-winning debut album, “10 Carrot Diamond”.

She recently produced a compilation CD, “24 Carrot Diamond” the Best of Charlotte Diamond  with 24 well-known favourites, such as “Four Hugs a Day”, “Each of Us Is a Flower”, “The Hug Bug”, “Dicky Dinosaur”, “I am a Pizza‚“ (Je suis une pizza), “Octopus (Slippery Fish)” and “La Bamba”.

She also recently released her first children’s board book, “Slippery Fish in Hawaii” based on her well-loved song, “Octopus (Slippery Fish).”

Charlotte will be autographing her music and book after the concerts.

Singing in English, French and Spanish, Charlotte performs her award-winning music at concerts and conferences throughout Canada and the United States.

Charlotte’s concerts appeal to people of all ages from preschoolers to the young at heart, and she will have everyone singing and dancing to her up-beat melodies.

She inspires families to enjoy singing and playing musically with their children.

“The song is just the beginning of creative fun.”

Charlotte is joined by her son, Matt Diamond, on electric guitar and harmonies.

Don’t miss the musical magic and comedy of Charlotte Diamond and Matt!

Bring maracas and shakers to join in the fun for “La Bamba”, “Each of us is a Flower”, “All the Nations Like Banana” and more favourites from around the world.

 

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