The Treble to play 24 shows in 24 hours for charity

The Treble are playing 24 shows in 24 hours to raise money for CancerCare Manitoba.
The Treble are playing 24 shows in 24 hours to raise money for CancerCare Manitoba. Provided

WINNIPEG – It’s a marathon of music with all proceeds going directly to charity.

Manitoba band The Treble is playing 24 shows in 24 hours starting Thursday 9 p.m.

The acoustic sets will take place all around Winnipeg with stops at various businesses and landmarks.

This isn’t the first time The Treble has done a show like this. The band has raised more than $8,000 in previous shows for The Canadian Red Cross and Winnipeg Harvest.

This year the boys decided to choose a cause close to their hearts, CancerCare Manitoba. Cancer affects nearly every Manitoban in one way or another.

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The event kicks off at Barley Brother Stadium and finishes with a full show Friday night at The Good Will Social Club at 8 p.m.

The band will be making a stop at Global Winnipeg at 201 Portage Friday at 8 a.m.

Donations are being collected at each of the 24 locations and all of the money will be donated to CancerCare Manitoba at the end.

A few locations will also be selling food on Dec. 11 and 12 with proceeds going to the cause.

A Little Pizza Heaven:

The Treble Pizza – bacon, pinapple, feta and extra garlic

Frenchway Café:

The Treble Breakfast Bake (features ham, farm fresh eggs, cheese potatoes and more) and you can get a chocolate coconut macaroon for dessert


The Treble All Nighter – allowed the band to create a unique burger for its Osborne restaurant

Chocolatier Constance Popp:

The Treble Cupcake – buttercream vanilla icing and chocolate cupcake, chocolate guitars and treble clefs


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