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Roads Unknown Clubhouse Concert (album fundraiser)


Roads Unknown Clubhouse Concert (album fundraiser)

Dear fans,

On the last Friday evening of April, we'd love to have you join us for a foot-stomping, intimate night of original tunes, with the opportunity to partner with us toward our long overdue debut album. This will be the second of two shows we'll do this year to partner with fans who want to help us create this album. We just sold out our Mission show, which has been so encouraging, so this one's for all you Abbotsford fans (or anyone from anywhere who can't make it to the Mission show).

Ticket proceeds will go towards the album, and we'll offer an opportunity to support the dream further through pre-purchasing the album and scoring a few silent auction items.

We'll be livening up the clubhouse building in Henry and Naomi Unrau's Townhouse complex. According to fire regs, we can have up to 50 people in the venue, so that means we can only sell 44 tickets. So you may want to secure your spot soon.

Tickets: $20 (doors, 7:30pm. music, 8pm).
Physical tickets for sale in mid February.

E-purchase: to secure your spot through e-transfer, email funds to amFudHplbjMxMjUgfCBnbWFpbCAhIGNvbQ== (secret question: First word in band name? Answer: roads). Then we'll add you to the will call list and no physical ticket will be necessary.

Other details:

-Optional BYOB or wine.
-Please bring one appie to share.
-Parking: typically there are 15-20 visitor spots in the complex. We'll have someone outside the clubhouse to help direct you toward available spots. Early birds get the spots, the rest get to park down the street and have a pleasant evening stroll.

Thank you for being such a supportive community. We're so looking forward to playing for you!

Map Oakhurst Park, 32959 George Ferguson Way, Abbotsford., Abbotsford, Canada
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