Coming in strong with eight shows in 6 cities, FUSION goers are in for a treat! Immerse yourself in the world of AKIKO, a magical realm with an ancient prophecy like no other.
After four long years away from the stage, we are beyond ready to be in Halifax with our newest creation AKIKO at the Light House Arts Centre. With over 50 local artists participating, there’s no better way to witness the region’s top young talents.
Since its inception, the increasingly popular FUSION show has had 15 consecutive sold-out shows, with almost 20,000 people enjoying their creative productions. Moncton abstract artist, entrepreneur, and show creator Matt LeBlanc keeps growing and expanding his vision for his company’s multi-media extravaganzas and the team is extremely excited to bring the show to Halifax for the first time.
The story is developed and told through a series of videos and artistic expressions such as dance, singing, gymnastics, live music, acrobatics and other live performances. The show includes digital projections, a fantastic light show, handmade and hand-painted costumes, elaborate stage design, complex choreography, and a storyline that blends everything into a big, bold entertainment extravaganza!
Where: Performance Hall at Light House Arts Centre - 1800 Argyle Street, Halifax
Main Show: Friday September 15th at 8pm - TICKETS ON SALE HERE on the Light House Arts Center website. This show offers floor seating and bleacher seating.
Show Time: Cocktail reception starts at 7:00 PM. The show starts promptly at 8:00 PM.
Corporate Show: Saturday September 16th at 8pm. This show was designed for corporate guests and the room is setup with tables (no bleachers). Limited amount of tables left. This show is sold out.
Show Time: Cocktail reception starts at 6:30 PM. The show starts promptly at 8:00 PM.
Charity: Since 2010, FUSION Productions has raised over $200,000 for various charities, and that number will keep climbing as our productions grow and expand to other markets. The show will support Hope Cottage and Brunswick Street Mission which will help them gain some brand awareness and receive much needed funds for their activities.
Show producer and abstract artist Matt LeBlanc is donating 25% of all art sales to the charities, and there will be a 50/50 draw and a silent auction of items displayed at the event.
Hope Cottage is a charitable organization whose mission is to provide meals to those who cannot afford to obtain these meals themselves. Since its inception, in July 1970, Hope Cottage has grown into a Halifax institution feeding over 200 meals a day.
Brunswick Street Mission works to improve the well-being of adults and children living in poverty. Services include a food bank, daily hot breakfast, laundry, ID replacement and tax return services. The mission also offers trauma-informed supports to clients via drop-in services provided by an on-site social worker.
- Main Show on September 15th : $45 + tax + venue fees PURCHASE HERE
- Corporate Show on September 16th. Sold out
For questions, please email us or call us at 506-850-3790. All questions related to tickets sold by the venue should be directed to them.
The FUSION team brings a creative vision to the Halifax big stage with a visually stunning show, intertwining the corporate world with local artists from our community. FUSION's innovation is how they creatively and effectively promote and support over 300 local artists among six current cities with their edgy artistic production. The show is extremely unique and depends on all the artists involved such as dancers, singers, musicians, acrobats, gymnasts and tumblers, which will all be recruited from our community. Click HERE to learn more.
Art Exhibition: Artist Matt LeBlanc brings his latest collection of original abstract artworks, artistic pillows and other cool products. Twenty-five percent of all art sales are donated back to the charities. The art can only be purchased during the cocktail reception and the first intermission. If you want to buy art, someone will be there to help you out. You will need to go to the reception desk to make your purchase. Art can only be taken off the wall after the first intermission. Once you are ready to leave, you can return to the reception desk to pick up your purchase.