Big Hank’s Tribute to Blues Christmas songs in support of Stettler Food Bank

Win 2 tickets to this rousing All-star line-up of 20’s 30’s 40’s 50’s and 60’s tunes

What could be better this holiday season than to be rockin’ around the Christmas tree? How ‘bout doing so for free, thanks to Gilbert Benefit Consulting and The Stettler Independent.

Big Hank’s Tribute to the Blues Songs of Christmas is coming to Stettler Friday, Dec. 1 which will support the Stettler Food Bank.

Take the chance to win two tickets

Simply enter to win at our Stettler Independent Facebook page.

Post a festival holiday picture, like your Christmas sweater, Christmas tree, yard decorations or perhaps your beautifully wrapped gifts, along with contact information (name, community of residence) then “Like” and “Share” The Stettler Independent’s post on Facebook to automatically be entered to win.

The lucky winner will be drawn at random Tues. Nov. 28 and will be notified by Facebook, so watch your message folder. If the winner doesn’t respond in 48 hours, a new winner will be drawn.

From Big Hank’s Facebook page

“Join us in Stettler at the fantastic Performing Arts Centre for our Tribute to the Blues Songs of Christmas. We have been performing this show for the past four years on the West coast and it will be great to bring it back to Alberta and especially to Stettler.

“The show features Uncle Wiggly’s Hot Shoes Blues Band from Victoria with Big Hank Lionhart – vocals, Westcoast Comerford – guitar, Andy Graffiti – drums and Lightnin Lonnie Glass – bass we are happy to have with us from Edmonton Dennis Meneely – keys, Don Berner – sax and Doug Berner – trumpet.

“The show features Blues, R&B and Swing Tunes from the likes of Louis Jordan, BB King, Big Joe Turner, Fats Domino and many, many more. This is not your usual Christmas Show with the same old same old Christmas carols. It is a refreshing take on a Christmas Concert.

“We have sold out most shows and played to standing ovations on the West coast over the past four years. Tickets for this show are selling quickly so do not hesitate and avoid disappointment. “

editor@stettlerindependent.com

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