Superstars set to rock in tribute show

Victoria and Esquimalt fans of Aretha Franklin, Rod Stewart, Elvis Presley and Tom Jones are in for a treat next week.

Victoria and Esquimalt fans of Aretha Franklin, Rod Stewart, Elvis Presley and Tom Jones are in for a treat next week.

The Iconic Superstars Tribute show, featuring superstar look-a-likes, is hitting the stage of the McPherson Playhouse on Wednesday, Dec. 14.

The performers will be flown in directly from Las Vegas. On stage will be tribute singers Denita Asberry performing as Aretha Franklin, John Anthony as Rod Stewart, Ronnie Scott as Elvis Presley and Steve McCoy as Tom Jones.

Audiences will be able to relive timeless, number one hits by these billboard chart superstars.

There will also a free raffle draw for a chance to win a Samsung tablet and one personalized autographed merchandise item by Canuck’s hockey star Kirk McLean.

Tickets for the upcoming show can be purchased by calling 250-386-6121 at the McPherson Playhouse.

 

 

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