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Have yourself 'Amero Little Christmas' at WECC

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Don Amero wants you to have Amero Little Christmas.

The local singer/songwriter’s much-loved holiday concert is returning to the West End Cultural Centre on Dec. 21, with roots-rocker Jordan St. Cyr and country crooner Desiree Dorion in tow. Tickets are $20 at the door, $15 in advance at the West End Cultural Centre, Ticketmaster, Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store and Music Trader.

Amero first parlayed his fondness for the holidays (and puns) into a humble holiday show back in 2009. Amero Little Christmas moved to the WECC last year.

The celebratory show will cap what has been a banner year for Amero, who was nominated for both a Juno as well as a Canadian Folk Music Award and won a Western Canadian Music Award in 2013.

"Every time a nomination or an award comes in it just helps me to know that I have the best support for what I do," he’s quoted as saying in a release. "The thing I love to do most is celebrate those accolades with my family, friends and fans because it is theirs as much as it is mine."

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