Rann Berry returns to Lake Country’s Creekside Theatre

If you grew up in the ’60s or ’70s you do know, and most likely love all the songs in this show.

Rann Berry and the One Hit Wonders return to the Creekside Theatre for an encore performance on Saturday, July 13. This special second show will feature some great new songs and other surprise as well.

Music lovers are reliving their past, singing along and dancing in the aisles. If you grew up in the ’60s or ’70s you know, and most likely love all the songs in this show.

“The reaction to this show has been truly unbelievable” says Rann Berry.

The audiences are a mix of baby boomers who grew up with these songs, and the boomer parents who were young adults at the time.

Throughout the show you’ll hear people saying things like  “that was my favourite song in Grade 10 ” or  “That song reminds me of my high school boyfriend Gary  and his Camaro.”

It seems like the music from this era can take an audience back in time like nothing else. Songs like Seasons in the Sun, MacArthur Park, Hooked on a Feelin’, and The Night Chicago Died are all part of this musical trip back.

Reserve your seat for this 7:30 p.m. July 13 performance early. Tickets can be purchased by phone or in person at the Customer Service Centre in the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall. The reservation phone line is 250-766-9309. Tickets $29 plus taxes and service charges.


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