The Fabulous Mutts open the new year's eve party at the Filberg.

Fabulous Mutts, XLR8 New Year’s Eve double bill at the Filberg

Great Canadian talent headlines New Year’s Eve 2016 at the Florence Filberg Centre.  Juno Award winners Sue Medley and Johnny B have joined forces for a New Year’s Eve Rock and Roll Extravaganza!

Kicking off a night of dance ‘till you drop entertainment are the Fabulous Mutts featuring Juno Award winner Sue Medley.  Renowned for amazing vocals and musicianship, The Fabulous Mutts perform dance favourites from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s including hits by The Beatles, Hall & Oates, Fleetwood Mac, Talking Heads, the Police and so many more.

Then it’s pedal to the metal with XLR8 featuring Juno Award winner Johnny B.  This five-man powerhouse band will amaze you with an energy charged set of classic rock favs delivering big sound, big lights and big drums with Juno Award winner Johnny B on the big kit!

Reserve a table to seat your group together.

The Courtenay Rotary Club will be hosting the bar. Food service and coffee will also be available.

Tickets are $35 cash and include those obnoxious noisemakers – advance tickets only.

Tickets are available at Bop City Records and Long & McQuade Music, or by calling Johnny at 250-335-0169 or Robb at 250-218-5102.

 

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