The Legends are coming to Courtenay

Tributes to Elvis, Orbison, Francis and more at the Sid Williams Theatre

Get ready for the top touring tribute show in Canada.

Legends Show will feature the most incredible tributes to Roy Orbison, Connie Francis, Elvis Presley, and Motown, accompanied by Toronto’s Rockin’ Royals Band.

Performing as Roy Orbison, Jesse Aron, who hails from the state of Wisconsin, is recognized as one of USA’s top Roy Orbison tribute performers. With his effortless voice and uncanny resemblance to Roy, Aron will take you back in time with such hits as Crying, Pretty Woman, Only The Lonely, Running Scared, and many more of your favourites.

Canada’s tribute queen Amberley Beatty returns to the stage with an incredible performance paying tribute to American pop singing icon, Connie Francis. Idolized by millions of fans around the world, Francis is best known for her hits such as Where the Boys Are, Who’s Sorry Now, Your Cheatin’ Heart, Stupid Cupid, and Lipstick on Your Collar.

The stars of Motown Soul, Cathy, Marlene and Amoy, known as The Tonettes, have been blessed with power, sensitivity, and vocal energy. This sensational trio will be performing a variety of songs from the music of Diana Ross and The Supremes, Aretha Franklin and many others. A performance not to be missed.

Pete Paquette is a world-class Elvis tribute artist and highly regarded as one of the top Elvis performers in the business today. Known for captivating his audiences through his incredible voice, high energy, charisma, and playful spontaneity with his audiences, this multi-award winning performer will leave you wanting more.

The multi-star show takes place at the Sid William Theatre, Friday, March 29, at 7 p.m.

Tickets are available at the Sid Williams Theatre box office, by phone at 250-338-2430, or online sidwilliamstheatre.com

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