Located at 10015 100th Ave, Fort St. John, BC

Facility Hours:  Mon - Sun, Open at 8:00am

Office Hours:  Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pm

Box Office Hours:  Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00 pm and 1 hour prior to performances


For general inquiries, contact us at reception@npcc.bc.ca

Ticket Sale Policy

Refunds or credits are not available on all ticket sales. All exchanges are subject to a $2.00 per ticket fee. There are no additional fees for on-line purchases. Exchanges are not permitted on the date of the show. For online purchases, please bring in your email confirmation and 1 piece of photo ID to pick up your tickets.  The Centre reserves the right to refuse admission/sales to anyone. The Centre is not responsible for the content of any performance not directly presented by the North Peace Cultural Society.

Our Friends

Logo BC Arts CouncilLogo-BC-Government


Follow FSJNPCC on Twitter


Magic: The Gathering

Magic: The GatheringThe North Peace Cultural Centre hosts games of Magic: The Gathering in the Concourse for all who enjoy the game.  Free gameplay happens every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 pm until close of business. We also host more competetive gameplay on most Friday nights at 6:30.

Interested in learning to play Magic: The Gathering? Join us on Tuesday or Thursday evening for some advice and lessons. We'd love to see you here. You can pick up cards and supplies at the box office during our regular business hours.

The newest card set, Shadows Over Innistrad will release on April 8th. This set is a return to the gothic horror world, complete with curses of madness and delirium, clues, vampires, werewolves, zombies, and (fallen) angels.

Lighting for the Future

A dimmer rack is the most important piece of lighting equipment for a professional theatre operation. The dimmer rack at the  North Peace Cultural Centre is failing and your support is required to purchase a new one to keep up the high quality of performances we have enjoyed for 25 years.

The Centre opened in 1992 with state of the art equipment needed for a professional theatre. The dimmer rack supplied power to all the stage lighting in the theatre and it worked well for over 20 years. In recent years the dimmer rack showed signs of aging and in recent weeks has failed entirely during shows. The North Peace Cultural Centre Society must purchase a new  dimmer rack to replace the old one.

We need your help! Your donations, both personal and corporate, will help to purchase this new equipment.

Saturday, Aug 13 - Kashton's Community Respite Dream Home Fundraiser

kashton's fundraiserSaturday, Aug 13 2:00-9:00
$50, 8 & under Free

Fundraiser for Kashton's Community Respite Dream Home

Featuring music from:
Tom Cole, Shawna Marie, Tom Garcia, Willie Siemens Band, Montney Coulees, and Gary Oker

Music starting at 4:00, BBQ starting at 6:00

Come out for a day of family fun with an Art Presentation, Horseshoe Tournament, Pinata, Silent Auction, 50/50 Draw, Craft Table, and a Snack Truck. Your $50 ticket includes the BBQ.  Kids 8 and under are FREE!

Donations accepted at RBC

For more information please call Rosemary (250) 785-5344, Shawna Marie 1 (780) 518-8090, or Margie (250) 785-2329

What is a respite home?
Respite homes provide a home away from home for children and adults with special needs when in town for medical appointments. These homes provide caregivers much needed (and deserved) time to take care of themselves too!

Support this worthy cause by getting your ticket now!

Saturday, Nov 5 - Terri Clark, Back to my Roots

Terri Clark November 5, 2016Saturday, November 5 @ 8:00
All Seats $67.15

Canadian Country superstar Terri Clark will bring her ‘Back to my Roots’ acoustic tour to Fort St. John Saturday November 5, 2016 at the North Peace Cultural Centre, presented by Fort City Chrysler. Tickets go on sale Friday April 22 at 10 a.m.

Hailing from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, Terri Clark is an 8-time CCMA Entertainer of the Year and she has taken home the Female Vocalist of the Year award five times. She still holds the honor of being the only Canadian female artist to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Terri has sold more than four million albums worldwide and has made her mark on radio with 13 Top Ten singles – hits that include “Better Things To Do,” “Poor Poor Pitiful Me,” “Girls Lie Too,” and “I Just Wanna Be Mad.” Terri recently took over as host of Country Gold, a four-hour Classic Country radio show that airs on more than 100 stations across the US.

In September 2016, Terri will kick off the “Back to My Roots Solo Acoustic Tour.” The 40-city tour will traverse Canada, starting in Prince Edward Island and wrap up in British Columbia in November.

Get your tickets!