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Weather forecast for Tuesday, January 15, 2019
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Dala coming to Wallaceburg on Saturday
If you want to hear some of the most beautiful vocal harmonies on the Canadian music scene today, and hear them in one of the finest acoustic venues in Southern Ontario, you should get picking up tickets to the next Wallaceburg Arts Council show at the Jeanne Gordon Theatre.
The Juno nominated Dala Girls will be in Wallaceburg on Saturday, January 19 for an 8 p.m. show.
Tickets are $30.
It will be a great chance to hear some outstanding Canadian talent right in your own back yard.
Dala Girls have performed across Canada in some of the biggest concert halls in the land and have earned great reviews from a legion of fans.
“I think we’ve put together an outstanding series for the 2019 season,” said Arts Council organizer John Gardiner.
“We’ve got some of the top musical acts in Canada coming here this year. Now we need people to come out and support us, so we can continue to good work in the community.”
Dala Girls on January 19 will be the first of four shows scheduled for this year.
Amazing rockin’ horn band Turbo Street Funk will be in the Theatre on Saturday, February 16, Ben Caplan and the Casual Smokers, one of the hottest musical performers in Canada today, will perform on Saturday, April 13 and just added is the musical, Rondeau, created by Wallaceburg native Paul Emery.
“We have a diverse and outstanding group of performers coming to the Jeanne Gordon Theatre this year,” said Gardiner.
“If you haven’t seen a show in the Theatre, you’ll be in for a real treat. It’s just a great experience.”
Tickets for all four shows are currently on sale at the Wallaceburg Museum (519-627-8962) or on-line at eventbrite.ca.
For more information on the shows, call Gardiner at 519-627-5978.