Coronation Royal Performing Arts hosted their second of three spring shows on March 19.
Producing a shortened season, Coronation Royal Performing Arts hosted Country Music Performer Drew Gregory in January.
The entertainment for this show was Fleetwood Mac tribute band Mac Daddy, an Edmonton-based group who played in front of a sold out crowd.
According to Coronation Performing Arts organizers, 150 tickets had been pre-sold for the event and around 176 tickets had been collected at the door, including last-minute walk-ins.
As usual, for those who chose to have the full experience, a delicious roast beef supper was provided, including dessert.
Once supper was done and the dishes were cleared the band hit the stage.
Over two hours, with a 15 minute intermission in the middle, the five members of Mac Daddy played a variety of Fleetwood Mac hits from the 1970s and 1980s.
Mark Donaghy took on the part of Lindsey Buckingham, David Bowden took on the part Mick Fleetwood, Crystal Goodfellow took on the part of Christine McVie, David Gaitán took on the role John McVie and finally, Lori Slater took on the role of lead singer Stevie Nicks.
To finish off the second set of music, the band came back on stage and played two encore songs.
In the first, Donaghy was on the keyboard and Goodfellow performed the vocals in a duet, and in the second the full band took to the stage again.
The next, and final, show of the spring 2022 Coronation Royal Performing Arts season is the Alberta-based Country quartet Dirt Road Angels on April 9.
Tickets are available at L&C Bookkeeping or by calling Linda at 403-578-3838.
Performance tickets are $25 and supper tickets are $20.
As an added treat, Coronation Royal Performing Arts will unveiling the performances scheduled for the 2022/2023 show season at the April 9 performance.
Provided the pandemic doesn’t flare again, Coronation Royal Performing Arts is planning for a full slate of five shows beginning in the fall of 2022.