April Wine, Walk off the Earth (WOTE), Aaron Pritchett, and Burton Cummings and Band are the four artists set to perform at the annual Western fair this year.
The 2018 lineup takes the stage at the Agriplex in September.
The shows open with Juno-nominated Canadian rock band April Wine on Monday, Sept. 10. They were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame for their achievements in 2010, and are known for a series of classic rock staples, such as “Roller,” “You Could Have Been a Lady,” “I Like to Rock” and “Just Between You and Me.”
Indie rock group Walk off the Earth will be gracing the stage Tuesday, Sept. 11. The Burlington-based band is known for their viral musical rendition for Gotye’s single “Somebody That I Used to Know.”
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Country singer Aaron Pritchet will be delivering a high-energy performance on Wednesday, Sept. 12. The 2017 Juno nominee for Country Album of the Year is set to bring his unique flavour of rock and country on stage.
The concert line up wraps up with Burton Cummings and Band on Thursday, Sept. 13. The former Guess Who singer is known for many hit songs as a solo artist, among them “Stand Tall” and “My Own Way to Rock.”
Ticket go on sale July 13 and range from $30 – $40. Concert tickets include all-day fair admission.
The 10-day event runs from Sept. 7 to Sept. 16.
Additional information on Western fair can be found online.
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