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NOTE: This concert has been moved to April 15, 2023 because of the storm.

The Don Campbell Band will perform its Christmas concert on stage at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 16, in the Performance Hall at the Franco Center, at 46 Cedar St., Lewiston.

Campbell’s Christmas show is an event for all ages with favorite holiday classics and many of Campbell’s own heartfelt original creations. For example, no song better captures the sweet nostalgia of the holiday season than Campbell’s original “Christmas Lights.” The song gently walks through memories of Christmases past and reminds listeners that sometimes these holiday memories and traditions can be timeless, if we continue to celebrate them with joy every year.

“Snow at Arlington” is an homage to a holiday season where soldiers won’t be going home to their families, and instead are laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery. This song and its message have become an anthem for Wreaths Across America, the organization that donates hundreds of thousands of handmade holiday wreaths every year to be placed around soldiers’ graves at Arlington National Cemetery, and across the country.

“Giving Man” is a song about the true meaning of Christmas, drawn from an experience in Campbell’s own life as a volunteer gift wrapper for charity. The spirit of giving around the holidays can move all of us in small, but powerful ways, according to Campbell.

Doors and cash bar open an hour before the show. The show will have an intermission.

Tickets cost $15-$35 and can be purchased online at or by phone at 207-689-2000.

Tickets can also be purchased in person at our box office between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

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