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Dark Winter Nights returns to the stage Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 7:00pm in Hering Auditorium!

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  • TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

    TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

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February 2024 Live Event Tickets ON SALE NOW!

We just made tickets available for our February 24, 2024 live event in Fairbanks! Tickets to our last event sold out before we even opened the lobby, so make sure to get yours now so you don’t show up to the event disappointed! Get your tickets here!

Please note, in an effort to make our program more sustainable, we have raised our ticket prices for the first time in nine years. Online tickets will now include a small service fee we had previously been covering for attendees and in-person tickets have gone up $5 each. This was a decision our team did not make lightly and we hope you still consider us one of the most affordable live events in Fairbanks.

November 2023 Live Event SOLD OUT

For the first time in our history we SOLD OUT Hering auditorium for our November 18, 2023 live event! 1300 seats! Thanks to our wonderful audience for supporting Alaska storytelling so much. Tickets for our next event will go on sale soon. Make sure to subscribe to our e-newsletter so you get notified when they go on sale!

Dark Winter Nights partners with NSCF!

Dark Winter Nights is thrilled to announce that we have partnered with the North Star Community Foundation! NSCF serves as fiscal sponsor for member projects to accomplish good things in the community under their non-profit banner. Click here to make your tax-deductible donation to help support Alaska storytelling! Thank you for your support in helping us share the real Alaska with the world!

Announcing our November 2023 Live Event!

Dark Winter Nights is thrilled to announce our fall 2023 live event! It will be Saturday, November 18, 2023 at 7:00pm in Lathrop High School’s Hering Auditorium! This will be our first Dark Winter Nights event with our new host, Brittany Karns! You definitely won’t want to miss it! Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors/students/military, and $5 for kids 12 and under. Tickets are on sale now!

We are actively recruiting and reviewing stories, so submit your story if you’d like it considered for one of our events! You can also share your story with us for our radio show/podcast if public speaking isn’t your thing–no sweat. We also love our volunteers, so you can help us put on the show and get in free! Contact us for more information!

Announcing Our November 2022 Live Event!

Dark Winter Nights is thrilled to announce our first fall event since 2019! It will be Saturday, November 19 at 7:00pm in Lathrop High School’s Hering Auditorium! Tickets will be $20 for adults, $15 for seniors/students/military, and $5 for kids 12 and under. Tickets will go on sale November 12th!

We are actively recruiting and reviewing stories right now, so submit your story if you’d like it considered for our fall event! You can also share your story with us for our radio show/podcast if public speaking isn’t your thing–no sweat. We also love our volunteers, so you can help us put on the show and get in free! Contact us for more information!

Announcing Our February 2022 Show!

Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska is returning to the stage for the first time in two years on Saturday, February 26th at 7:00pm in Lathrop High School’s Hering Auditorium.  Created and hosted by UAF professor Robert Prince, this is the first show since The New York Times called Dark Winter Nights the “best winter podcast for storytelling lovers.”  Stories from the show have aired nationally on NPR’s Weekend Edition and it was featured in the November issue of Alaska Magazine.  This show will feature stories from Deb Horner, Matt Irinaga, Dave Runfola, Sarah Sullivan, Dawn Erbeck, and Phoebe Rohrbacher.  Masks and proof of vaccination will be required for entry.  More information and tickets can be found at darkwinternights.com.

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Announcing our Next Event!

The Dark Winter Nights team is thrilled to announce our return to the stage after two years! We’ll be in Lathrop High School’s Hering Auditorium on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 7:00pm! Tickets will go on sale in February and we’ll have more information about COVID mitigation requirements as we get closer to the event.