Tickets are now on sale for Canada’s best award-winning line-up for an evening of Christmas fun and giving for the entire family.

On December 15 at 7:30 p.m., music legends will collaborate on a ‘Christmas Concert & Benefit’ at the Wallaceburg Museum.

The show will benefit the Ronald McDonald House, Make-a-Wish Southwestern Chapters.

Wallaceburg will be graced by ‘the greats’ for this one-of-a-kind holiday concert.

CCMA & JUNO awarded Brian Good and Wendell Ferguson will be joined by celebrated singer/songwriter Sarah Smith and top painter Paul Murray.

Behind the performers, a 16 foot backdrop will come to life as Paul Murray known as the speed painter with ‘his Brush of Light’ works his magic on a huge canvases that are completed in minutes.

“Celebrated musicians are hearing about what Paul Murray is doing and asking to participate and more are expected. It is quickly becoming a talked about event,” stated Amanda Gellman, founder of Film Camp for Kids & Youth, who’s partnering with this performance.

Organizers say the Christmas Concert & Benefit is an intimate time where the artists tell stories and sing their new releases, all the while paintings come to life in a varied and magical ways.

General admission is $25 per person, VIP at $35 per person, and group discounts for parties of eight or more are available.

“We are fostering youth in the arts with the hope of helping others follow their dreams,” stated Paul Murray, the event organizer, in a media release.

“We are so lucky to live our dreams daily. We want to help others and hope this powerful, and yet intimate, way help future artists reach their potential. We included a ‘Pass it Forward Project’ with our Music n’ Arts Collide Ontario, and it has been received with great enthusiasm. We love including youth in our performances. The audiences say the show is an inspirational, funny and filled with of Christmas magic.”

Tickets to the concert can be purchased on-line at

To participate or questions about groups tickets held at the door, email

Here is the event poster: