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Dallas Smith and Terri Clark are aboard the CP holiday train to Kamloops this year

Dallas Smith is one of the performers who will be taking his show across B.C. with the CP Holiday Train.
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November 27, 2019 - 5:01 PM

It might be hard to choose between a Santa hat and a cowboy hat when you check out the CP Holiday Train this year.

The festive train is making stops from Montreal all the way through to the coast, and performers on board have been announced on their website. Dallas Smith and Terri Clark will take the stagecoach during the British Columbia leg of the tour.

Clark has sold more than five million albums and is the only Canadian female member with the Grand Ole Opry. Smith is a well-known Canadian country singer, with four #1 chart-toppers such as “Sky Stays This Blue” and “Autograph.” Both Smith and Clark have been nominated for and won various Juno and Canadian Country Music Awards.

You can check out Smith and Clark on Dec. 15 at the north side of the Sandman Centre parking lot on Lorne Street. The train is expected to pull in at 4:30 p.m. and the country music stars will perform from 5 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.

The train has dozens of other stops in B.C., including a stop in Salmon Arm on Dec. 14 at 7:45 p.m., which you can check out from the gravel parking lot at Lordco, 51 Lake Shore Drive N.E. For those in Ashcroft, catch the action when the train pulls in at 8:45 at the CP building on Railway Avenue.

The event is free, and be sure to bring warm clothes and something to warm you up.

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