“It’s a classic rock show, so it kind of goes back in the classic rock hits, it’s done in a concert setting. Some of the people in the show are sort of in the characters of the show,” he said.
The rock show has been part of the festival for the past four years. Adams said the show caters to a different demographic than the other music shows. He said lots of people in the crowd tend to have a lot of fun and sing along to the songs.
Adams added people who have attended in the past won’t notice any major differences in the music.
“It is probably a little more retro,” he said.
Those who come out to the Saturday evening show will have the chance to attend the after-show cabaret for more music and dancing.
Tickets for the event can be bought at the door or in advance at Canadian Tire and Corner Stone Insurance.
The Classic Rock Show is not the only winter festival performance going this weekend. Sunday will see the Youth Extravaganza start at 7 p.m. at the Rawlinson Centre.
For people not interested in the performances, the winter festival art show at the Mann Art Gallery is set to open its doors Friday.
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