DREAMER The Supertramp Experience - NEW DATE
Thursday, October 8, 2020 | 7:30PM
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and following the announcement by Chatham-Kent's Medical Officer of Health of a ban on large public gatherings, the following event on March 28 at the Kiwanis Theatre was postponed. The new date is Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 7:30PM. Call CKtickets Box Office at 519.354.8338, online at www.cktickets.com
DREAMER is the authentic re-creation of the legendary '70′s rock band Supertramp. An 8 piece group of multi-instrumentalists perform all of the sounds used in the real Supertramp show, from sax, clarinet, trombone, vintage keyboards and of course the unmistakable Supertramp vocal sound. The musicians for DREAMER, hand picked for their incredible expertise in capturing the often intricate arrangements of Supertramp's material and are a strong compliment to the feature vocals of Roger Hodgson (performed by Classic Albums Live lead singer Greg Tyler) and Rick Davies (performed by keyboard player & singer Rich Hamelin)
Complete with projections and period style costumes, DREAMER will take you on a musical journey back in time to when music was performed by musicians, not computers. It doesn't get any better than this!
Diabetes is a serious disease. Eleven million Canadians live with diabetes or prediabetes today – that's one in three of us. And another is diagnosed with diabetes every three minutes. Canada is facing a diabetes epidemic that is taking a monumental toll on our health. It's time to do more – much more.
To shine the light on the epidemic and rally Canadians, the Canadian Diabetes Association became Diabetes Canada in February 2017. As the need is enormous and growing by leaps and bounds – we urgently need to achieve greater impact. By speaking with a stronger, clearer voice, Diabetes Canada will raise the profile of diabetes and bring more Canadians to our cause.
Proceeds from this event will go to support Diabetes Canada's mission to help lead the fight against diabetes by helping people with diabetes live healthy lives while they work to find a cure.