Rock and roll at Flying Canoe

XLR8 is bringing its rock 'n roll extravaganza to the Flying Canoe West Coast Pub’s Halloween Monster Mash this Saturday.

XLR8 is bringing its rock ‘n roll extravaganza to the Flying Canoe West Coast Pub’s Halloween Monster Mash this Saturday.

XLR8 is a local seasoned group of musicians who are dedicated to entertaining, not just performing, the best of rock music from today and yesterday.

They create a lively, fun-loving party atmosphere, drawing the audience into the show.

XLR8 incorporates some of today’s cutting-edge music technology with the theatrics, costume changes and plain good old fun of the classic rock concert era.

The combination of rock solid music (from Beatles to ZZ Top and all points in between), coupled with the spectacular lighting show creates a zany sense of showmanship — which is exactly what XLR8 delivers.

The Halloween Monster Mash show starts at 9 p.m., and there is no cover.

To learn more, contact Laura Kempling, food and beverage manager at the Westerly Hotel, at

— XLR8


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