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Destroyer Canada Kiss Triubte WSG Midnight Metro In Honour Concert
August 24 @ 7:00 pm - 11:55 pm
In Honour Of The Ones We Love presents Destroyer, Canada’s Premier Kiss Tribute, with special guests Midnight Metro in a “double dynamite” concert at The Olde Walkerville Theatre on Saturday August 24, 2019.
Destroyer is a highly sought after KISS tribute band that has been touring across Canada for over twenty five years. They’ve performed at numerous venues including the Toronto CNE, The Calgary Stampede, The World Skills Competition, numerous festivals, and casinos. They’ve earned the title, “Canada’s Premiere Kiss Tribute Band”.
Creator and founder, Moe Rotondi says that he always wanted Destroyer to be the best KISS tribute band out there, with bigger shows, better costumes, real guitars, and of course, the blood and fire that go hand in hand with every KISS show.
Windsor’s rock / alternative Indie band Midnight Metro, formed by a group of high school students in May of 2014, have been impressing audiences ever since winning numerous awards and competitions, recording their own music, and performing at numerous venues, events, and festivals.
Doors Open 7:00pm | Show 8:00pm
Tickets are $25.00 per person and are available at the In Honour office by calling (519) 972-0083; and through the Olde Walkerville Theatre box office (1564 Wyandotte Street East), by phone (519)-253-2929 or online through their website at https://www.oldewalkervilletheatre.com/destroyer
Proceeds from this event will benefit the many programs established and funded by In Honour of the Ones We Love!
In Honour of the Ones We Love is a charitable organization making a difference in the community. Their mission is to enhance the quality of life of those faced with a traumatic illness and their families.
Now in their 22nd year, In Honour has made significant progress, through fundraising events in purchasing much needed services and equipment for adults and children faced with cancer and other life threatening illnesses or disabilities.