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CANCELLED - The BVCA Presents: Tonye Aganaba

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02-10-2022 07:30 PM 02-10-2022 09:30 PM 6 CANCELLED - The BVCA Presents: Tonye Aganaba CANCELLED - Please go to Mountain Eagle Books for refund or ticket exchange. Della Herman Theatre - Smithers, BC DD/MM/YYYY
Concerts & Festivals

Sunday October 2nd, 2022  7:30pm-9:30pm

Della Herman Theatre - Smithers, BC


Please go to Mountain Eagle Books for refund or ticket exchange.

BVCA is devestated that the Tonye Aganaba show has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologize to our audience, and we are as disappointed as you that Tonye will not be coming to the North at this time! We would like to invite you to get a ticket refund or to exchange you ticket for one of our upcoming shows:

  • Tuesday, November 8 th , 2022: Sarah Hagen, Bach's formidable Goldberg Variations played with keyboard virtuosity, rich expression, and joy!
  • Friday, Feb 24th, 2023: Rick Scott and Nico Rhodes: 'Roots and Grooves’ These two combine forces in an inter-generational smorgasbord of roots, blues, jazz and humour.

Please go to Mountain Eagle Books for refund or ticket exchange. Thank you for understanding.

If you'd like to listen to and support Tonye and their music online, please visit


The Bulkley Valley Concert Association is proud to present Tonye Aganaba in a return engagement on Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 7:30 pm. Regular concert goers may recall Tonye’s stunning, sensual performance with the BC World Music Collective in 2018. We have been excited to bring Tonye back to our stage ever since. They will be lighting up the Della Herman stage with a five piece band!
Individual tickets are on sale now at Mountain Eagle Books: Adults $28, Seniors (60 plus) $23, Youth (under 18) $15.

Drawing from their rich musical roots and life experiences, Tonye Aganaba connects with audiences on a deeper level through their music. Tonye is a Black African queer and disabled immigrant living on the unceded ancestral territories of the Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh First Nations (Vancouver). As a non-binary person, Tonye uses they/them pronouns. They proudly trace their ancestral line to the lands known today as Nigeria and Zimbabwe.
Tonye is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, and performer. Come ready for a range of groovy, danceable tunes and music that hits the heart, and makes you think. Their style is dynamic and fluid - weaving playful threads of Soul, Neo-Folk, Funk, Hip-Hop and R&B. Tonye is a steadfast fixture in their arts community - and the kind of singer/performer that turns heads wherever they go.
Tonye’s purpose and vision are crystalline. They use their presence on tour to foster meaningful dialogue within communities. They are not only interested in taking music and art to traditional venues but also into schools, community centers, hospitals, prisons, and boardrooms. Places where art can heal, start conversation, and maybe even…. make change.

The Della Herman Theatre is located at 4400 3rd Avenue, Smithers, on the unceded territory of the Gidimt’en Clan of the Witsuwit’en Nation. Doors open at 7:00 pm.
For more information on this event, visit