Hip Replacements to honour the Hip with Saturday show at Creekside

Excellent tribute band will rock the house on Saturday, playing songs from the Tragically Hip catalogue

Tragically Hip tribute band the Hip Replacements will play Creekside Theatre this Saturday.

If you love the music of the Tragically Hip, you won’t want to miss the Hip Replacements

The Tragically Hip tribute band is one of the top acts of its kind and will be performing live at the Creekside Theatre on Saturday night.

“Most people would have seen this terrific band playing at pubs throughout the Okanagan,” said Ryan Donn, cultural development coordinator. “But this is their first live show in a theatre venue, so a lot more people of every age can enjoy their Tragically Hip tribute.”

An all Canadian, Okanagan-grown band together for over 15 years, the Hip Replacements bring the best Tragically Hip sounds this side of Kingston. Having opened up for such acts as Chilliwack, Nazareth, and Trooper – The Hip Replacement are a must see for any Tragically Hip fan young and old! Don’t miss out and come get your Hip on with The Hip Replacements on Saturday, October 8th at 7:30pm at the Creekside Theatre.

Tickets are conveniently available online through the Creekside Theatre website, or in person at Lake Country Municipal Hall, from Tourism Kelowna and Kelowna Tickets outlet at Orchard Park Mall.  $25 incl. taxes and fees.

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