Twin Flames Concert: The Regent Theatre in association with the Prince Edward County Public Library

Multi-award winning Indigenous folk duo Twin Flames are bringing their talents to Picton’s Regent Theatre on April 20 at 1:00 PM. Husband and wife duo Jaaji & Chelsey June, of Nunavut and Ottawa respectively, combine traditional Indigenous story-telling and music with western harmonies to entertain and educate young audiences.

This co-production with the Prince Edward County Public Library will be presented live to school audiences and live-streamed to those unable to attend in-person. The event is supported by County Museums which will be offering an exhibit on the indigenous history of PEC to broaden student experience of the day.

“The County Museums are thrilled to partner with The Regent Theatre to offer complimentary admission to the Indigenous History of Prince Edward County exhibit at Macaulay Heritage Park for school groups attending the Twin Flames concert. Community partnerships like these work in pursuit of reconciliation by ensuring that the people of the County have consistent opportunities to engage with the Indigenous stories of this area, both past and present.” Jessica Chase, Site Curator – Museums.

This concert signals a return of live entertainment for young audiences to The Regent Theatre stage. “We are excited to be partnering with the PEC library and County Museums to bring accessible entertainment to young audiences. As part of our ongoing commitment to increasing access to entertainment this concert will be simultaneously live-streamed to those unable to attend in-person. We are especially proud to present programming which reflects and amplifies the diversity of voices in our community.” – Alexandra Seay, Executive Director, The Regent Theatre.

Twin Flames melds different styles and genres because the artists believe music can help create a feeling of unity and collaboration between different cultures.

Twin Flames performs original songs written in English, Inuttitut and French about courage and survival which honour their ancestor’s and cultural history. Their award-winning music offers a unique blend of different musical styles and traditions. Twin Flames have released three full length albums and been nominated for 25 music awards.

The 60 minute Twin Flames concert will take place April 20, 2022 at 1 p.m. at the Regent Theatre and will be followed by a Q&A with the artists in which students will be encouraged to participate.


School Groups and Individual Tickets are available only by email reservation to (include TWIN FLAMES in the subject line).

School Groups: $12 (including service fees and tax)
Transportation must be arranged by each individual school.

Individual Tickets: $20 (plus fees)
Those wishing to purchase individual tickets may also email box office.