Andrew Allen has changed the venue for his Oct. 19 concert in his hometown of Vernon. It will now take place at the Performing Art Centre instead of the Wesbild Centre.

Second show added for Andrew Allen concert

Allen will now perform two shows at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre, Oct. 18 and 19.

Those on the waiting list to see Andrew Allen in concert at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre can now rejoice, a second concert has been added for Oct. 18.

The new concert date comes on the heels of the first show, originally scheduled for the Wesbild Centre Oct. 19, selling out once it was changed to the Vernon Performing Arts Centre.

The more intimate concert, which will include local dancers and actors, will be filmed for the official music video of Allen’s latest single, Satellite, over both nights.

“We’re encouraging people to bring signs and dress big for a better chance of being in the shots,” said Allen, adding he has added on a VIP meet n’ greet ticket for $15 at the concerts. “You get to come backstage, hang with me before the show, and get a bunch of cool, free stuff.”

Those on the waiting list or who purchased seated tickets and general admission tickets for the Wesbild show will be contacted by the Ticket Seller in regards to seating in the Performing Arts Centre.

Tickets for the new Oct. 18 performance, which starts at 7 p.m., are now available at the Ticket Seller box office at 250-549-7469 or visit http://www.ticketseller.ca/556

 

 

 

 

 

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