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Rose Theatre Brampton Announces the 2014-2015 Season and Invites You to Experience It Live!

Posted on the 06 June 2014 by Hendrik Pape @soundcheckblg
Rose Theatre Brampton

Rose Theatre Brampton

Brampton, ON…The Rose Theatre Brampton and the City’s Recreation and Culture Division recently announced the line-up for the 2014-2015 Rose Theatre Presents season. For this ninth season the City’s Arts and Culture team booked top Canadian and International, world-class talent for the Brampton community’s enjoyment.

HEADLINERS INCLUDE: RICK MERCER, APRIL WINE, COLM WILKINSON, VIENNA BOYS’ CHOIR, NATALIE MACMASTER, THE JIM CUDDY BAND, LES BALLETS JAZZ DE MONTRÉAL, POPOVICH COMEDY PET THEATER

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Brampton, ON…The Rose Theatre Brampton and the City’s Recreation and Culture Division announced the line-up for the 2014-2015 Rose Theatre Presents season on Thursday. For this ninth season the City’s Arts and Culture team booked top Canadian and International, world-class talent for the Brampton community’s enjoyment.

This season promises a perfect balance of fan favourites and emerging artists. In addition to the headliners noted above others include social movement-inspired Playing For Change Live and an innovative mix of pop, hip-hop and traditional Indian and Pakistani sounds with Montreal natives JoSH . Many family-friendly and youth oriented performances have been engaged featuring shows such as “grand masters of illusion” Ted & Marion Outerbridge, black light performers Famous People Players, and the urban circus group the 360 Allstars.

TICKET INFORMATION:
Beginning on Thursday, May 22, renewing subscribers have first choice of the best seats in the house for all Main Stage and Studio Two shows. Subscribers who book a minimum of 3 shows save from 15% to 25% off the regular ticket prices. New subscribers can get on board starting on June 4, and single show purchases can be made beginning on June 18.

Subscription Levels: Pick 3 – Save 15% Pick 4 – Save 20% Pick 5 or more – Save 25%

Tickets can be purchased by phone at 905.874.2800 or in person at the Rose Theatre and Lester B. Pearson Theatre Box Offices. Visit rosetheatre.ca for operating hours. Online sales begin June 18 for single show purchases only.
For full season and subscription information, visit www.rosetheatre.ca.

ROSE THEATRE MAIN STAGE

LIGHTHOUSE
SEPTEMBER 26 • 8PM Single Tickets $48, $56, $64 Subscribe from $36.50 For over 40 years, Lighthouse has defied all conventions with their unique blend of rock, jazz and classical influences. Massive hits, including “Sunny Days,” “One Fine Morning” and “Pretty Lady,” propelled the group to international stardom, drawing crowds in the tens of thousands. Today, Lighthouse is creating the same magic with an extraordinary group of ten musicians featuring the original nucleus of Skip Prokop, Ralph Cole and Paul Hoffert, an all-star horn section with originals Russ Little and Steve Kennedy and dynamic lead vocalist Dan Clancy.

FERNANDO VARELA
OCTOBER 1 • 8PM Single Tickets $28, $36, $44 Subscribe from $21.50 One of the most promising young tenors on the music scene today, Fernando Varela captivates audiences with his charisma and the sheer majesty of his vocals. He was discovered on YouTube by Grammy winner and hit-maker David Foster and has gone on to perform worldwide. You may also recognize him from a meteoric run on Season 8 of America’s Got Talent as one-third of the operatic trio Forte. His heart surrounds each song that he performs. His music uplifts the soul – and an evening spent listening to him becomes a very memorable experience.

CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: Meat Loaf’s Bat Out of Hell
OCTOBER 10 • 8PM
Single Tickets $48, $53, $58 Subscribe from $36.50 Classic Albums Live recreates the greatest albums of the ’60s and ’70s live onstage, note for note – cut for cut.
Named one of Rolling Stone magazine’s Greatest Albums of All Time, Bat Out of Hell launched Meat Loaf to superstardom. It was collaboration with songwriter Jim Steinman, produced by famed rocker Todd Rundgren, and features the tracks “Bat Out of Hell,” “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad” and “Paradise by the Dashboard Light.” Over 35 years later, the album has gone on to sell upwards of 43 million copies worldwide and has been certified platinum 14 times over.

DAVID WILCOX
OCTOBER 17 • 8PM
Single Tickets $51, $55, $59 Subscribe from $38.75 Simply put, David Wilcox is a master entertainer. He is a brilliant songwriter, a great singer and has often been called one of the best guitar players in the world. His latest album is a daring mix of diverse roots influences coupled with his remarkable style. Tough but soulful, cool but passionate – the music keeps growing without losing its fiery edge. From favourites like “Riverboat Fantasy,” “Do the Bearcat” and “Layin’ Pipe” to an endless supply of great new songs, Wilcox guarantees a rocking good time to any and all audiences.

OUTERBRIDGE – Clockwork Mysteries
OCTOBER 24 • 8PM
Single Tickets $45, $50, $55 Subscribe from $34.25 Children 12 & Under: $25 With over 20 custom-designed illusions and world-class lighting and set design, OUTERBRIDGE – Clockwork Mysteries is a high-energy magical adventure for the whole family. It takes audiences on a bizarre and fascinating journey through time, fusing revolutionary illusions with split-second artistry to hold viewers spellbound. Recognized as one of the most creative and dynamic shows of its kind, critics have hailed Ted and Marion Outerbridge as “the most successful magicians in Canada” (Montreal Gazette) and “champions of magic” (Bergedorfer Zeitung, Hamburg, Germany).

360 ALLSTARS
OCTOBER 28 • 8PM
Single Tickets $35, $40, $45 Subscribe from $26.75 Children 12 & Under: $25 A radical urban circus connecting the street with the elite! Boasting a stellar cast, including world champion athletes, world-class dancers and world-renowned musicians, 360 ALLSTARS reinvents the traditional circus by presenting contemporary performance styles instead of conventional circus art forms. Replace acrobats with breakdancers, substitute a basketball freestyler in place of a juggler, swap the unicyclist for a BMX flatlander and let a Roue Cyr artist put new meaning to the term “ringmaster” and you get an exhilarating circus performance like nothing you have seen before. This revolutionary production will leave you dizzy with excitement!

THE JIM CUDDY BAND
OCTOBER 29 • 8PM
Single Tickets $62, $69, $76 Subscribe from $47 When Jim Cuddy got his first guitar at the age of ten, the first song he learned was Gordon Lightfoot’s “That’s What You Get for Loving Me.” Today, 25 years after the formation of Blue Rodeo, Cuddy and Greg Keelor are widely respected as one of Canada’s best songwriting teams. An inductee into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and Officer of the Order of Canada, Cuddy has released three critically acclaimed solo albums and his voice, always a voluptuous instrument, has never sounded better.

FAMOUS PEOPLE PLAYERS
NOVEMBER 21 • 8PM
Single Tickets $39, $44, $49 Subscribe from $29.75 Children 12 & Under: $25 What you will see is sensational; what you don’t see is inspirational! Celebrating 40 years, Famous PEOPLE Players continue to defy gravity and mesmerize audiences. Creatures of every shape and size rock and roll as they illuminate through black light and trip the light fantastic! When the moon comes out at night stars will swirl, painting the stage like a canvas where every corner tingles with delight. Famous PEOPLE Players have the power to amaze and the power to inspire. Ages 2 to 102 will have a BLAST!

NATALIE MACMASTER’S CELTIC FAMILY CHRISTMAS: With Special Guest Donnell Leahy
NOVEMBER 26 • 8PM
Single Tickets $47, $54, $61 Subscribe from $35.75 Natalie MacMaster, the musical face of Atlantic Canada, has amazed crowds with her vibrant melodies, both lush and lyrical. MacMaster continues to ingeniously incorporate new sounds and concepts into her rich Cape Breton musical heritage, and is widely acclaimed for taking Celtic music to new heights with a creativity and range that pushes back the boundaries of the genre. Joining her onstage for this special performance will be the ever-entertaining Leahy!

ROCK AROUND THE ROSE SOCK HOP
NOVEMBER 28 • 8PM
Single Tickets $33 Subscribe from $25.25 We’re gonna shake, rattle and roll! Dust off your dancing shoes, grease your hair and get to The Rose for a non-stop dance party with Rock ‘n’ Ray Michaels and The Retro Rockers. This fabulous concert featuring the pop, rock and R&B hits of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s will take place in the Rose Theatre Lobby so you can shake a tail feather all night long. Themed attire is strongly recommended!

SHAUN MAJUMDER
NOVEMBER 29 • 8PM
Single Tickets $40, $45, $50 Subscribe from $30.50 Newfoundland native Shaun Majumder is one of Canada’s top comedians. He’s a favorite of Montreal’s Just for Laughs festival, having hosted the TV series for several seasons. You’ll also recognize him from CBC’s Gemini Award-winning show This Hour Has 22 Minutes, providing viewers with a volatile mix of parody, sketch comedy and scathing editorial commentary. Equally at home onstage as he is in front of the camera, Majumder’s slice-of-life material and incessant wit never ceases to entertain.

DANÚ: A Christmas Gathering
DECEMBER 3 • 8PM
Single Tickets $56, $61, $66 Subscribe from $42.50 Children 12 & Under: $25 Hailing from historic County Waterford, Danú is one of the leading traditional Irish ensembles. Their standing room only concerts throughout Ireland are true events featuring high-energy performances and a glorious mix of ancient Irish music and new repertoire. For over a decade, Danú’s virtuosi players on flute, tin whistle, fiddle, button accordion, bouzouki and vocals (Irish and English), have performed around the globe and recorded seven critically acclaimed albums. Danú takes its audiences on a musical journey to their native Ireland, offering a moving and memorable concert experience.

COLM WILKINSON: Broadway, Christmas And Beyond
DECEMBER 12 • 8PM
Single Tickets $58, $63, $68 Subscribe from $44 Colm Wilkinson, one of theatre’s most beloved voices, brings his astonishing vocal talents to the stage for an evening of unsurpassed entertainment. Theatre lovers around the world need no introduction to the man who originated such roles as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables and the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera. Joined onstage by two female vocalists and a seven-piece band, Mr. Wilkinson invites you to tap your toes and sing along with his two-act show that celebrates Christmas classics, a Broadway legend and the music that inspires him.

MATT DUSK
DECEMBER 20 • 8PM
Single Tickets $38, $43, $48 Subscribe from $29 Whether he’s fronting a sweeping symphony, cutting loose with a big band or leading his long-time quintet, Juno Award-nominated crooner Matt Dusk is all about creating a connection; with his winning combination of charm and talent, that’s not hard to do. He moves seamlessly through a repertoire of swing, pop and jazz, adding a modern twist to the standards with his smouldering vocals. Celebrate the holiday season with a toe-tapping performance you won’t soon forget.

APRIL WINE
JANUARY 9 • 8PM
Single Tickets $48, $53, $58 Subscribe from $36.50 It all began in Nova Scotia in 1969. Forty-plus years, 15 studio albums and numerous accolades later, quintessential Canadian rockers April Wine are still satisfying audiences nationwide with their hard-driving riffs and pleasing harmonies. Their four-decade career has produced the hits “You Could Have Been A Lady,” “Sign of A Gypsy Queen,” “I Like To Rock” and so many more.

JoSH
JANUARY 15 • 8PM
Single Tickets $34, $38, $42 Subscribe from $26 Children 12 & Under: $25 Montreal natives JoSH have spent the past decade conquering the South Asian market with an innovative mix of pop, hip-hop, and traditional Indian and Pakistani sounds. They have performed at the Bollywood Music Awards, had their music featured in Bollywood films and have won numerous awards including MTV India’s Artist of the Year, MTV Pakistan’s Artist of the Year and the Anokhi Band of the Decade. Now, with their latest album, Beyond Kismat, the duo is poised to bring their pulsating tracks and powerful vocals to the rest of the world.

THE ULTIMATE MJ EXPERIENCE
JANUARY 16 • 8PM
Single Tickets $46, $51, $56 Subscribe from $35 An all-out celebration of the King of Pop! The Ultimate MJ Experience embraces the audience in a wave of visual and musical excitement as it weaves its way from the early Jackson Five days through This Is It, complete with intricate dance moves, costume changes, a four-piece band and multimedia show. Famed tribute artist Joby Rogers’ stunning likeness to Jackson has landed him on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, on national television with Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel and in front of sold-out audiences around the world. He was personally selected by Michael Jackson in a signed statement as Jackson’s “Official Substitute!”

REPLAY THE BEATLES: Fab 4 Ever
JANUARY 17 • 8PM
Single Tickets $35, $40, $45 Subscribe from $26.75 The year 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles coming to North America and the birth of the British Invasion. As late as December 1963, Capitol Records USA had not released a Beatles record – despite the band’s huge success in England and Europe. Less than two months later, they were on The Ed Sullivan Show, playing at Carnegie Hall and conquering the world. What happened? FAB 4 Ever, inspired by the book It’s Sid Bernstein Calling …, answers this question and much more in a two-hour Beatles tribute extravaganza that includes multiple costumes, an outstanding multimedia show and even a few surprises! Trust us when we say that FAB 4 Ever is not your typical Beatles tribute show.

LATE NITE CATECHISM 2: Sister Strikes Again!
JANUARY 22 • 8PM
Single Tickets $47, $52, $57 Subscribe from $35.75 Just when you thought it was safe to go into the classroom … Sister is back! And so are the nun-stop laughs. With the blessings of the archdiocese, Sister has assembled banners, film strips, mimeographed handouts, historical facts and hysterical insights as she conducts her class in an overview of Heaven and Hell, comparing them to a Catholic version of Chutes and Ladders. Sister also offers her personal list of sins for the new millennium. (In case you were wondering, tattoos, body-piercings and Botox injections are high on her list.) With all the wit, wisdom and wackiness of the original, Sister Strikes Again! is bound to bring back former students and make millions of new converts.

BOWFIRE
JANUARY 29 • 8PM
Single Tickets $47, $55, $63 Subscribe from $35.75 Children 12 & Under: $25 Bowfire is the total string experience. In this must-see performance, an ensemble of world-renowned musicians takes audiences on a journey that moves seamlessly from jazz to classical to bluegrass to Maritimes Celtic to rock. Hailed as “enormously entertaining” (The Washington Post) and “high-energy entertainment” (The Globe and Mail), Bowfire’s unique combination of master musicians, choreography and vocals is complemented by stunning design and earns standing ovations worldwide.

ALAN DOYLE
FEBRUARY 1 • 8PM
Single Tickets $52, $55, $58 Subscribe from $39.50 After nearly 20 years fronting Great Big Sea, Alan Doyle is stepping out on his own with the release of his first solo album, Boy On Bridge. The album represents the culmination of the musical journey he has been on since his days playing on the lanes and seashore of Petty Harbour, Newfoundland. It has allowed him to explore the furthest reaches of his imagination and creativity and given him a chance to delve into his love of country music and more classic rock and roll sounds. This concert will combine his new material and the hits of Great Big Sea into one massive night of music you won’t want to miss.

VETERANS OF SNL: ROB SCHNEIDER, TIM MEADOWS AND CHRIS KATTAN
FEBRUARY 12 • 8PM
Single Tickets $55, $60, $65 Subscribe from $41.75 Three legends of NBC’s Saturday Night Live join together for one epic night of stand-up comedy. Rob Schneider, Chris Kattan and Tim Meadows launched their careers on SNL and were propelled to stardom. They went on to star in the hit movies Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, Grown Ups, A Night at the Roxbury, The Ladies’ Man, Mean Girls, and so many more. A must-see for all Saturday Night Live fans!

GIRLS NIGHT THE MUSICAL
FEBRUARY 21 • 8PM
Single Tickets $45, $50, $55 Subscribe from $34.25 This touching and hilarious “tell it like it is” musical takes audiences on a journey into the lives of five friends as they relive their past, celebrate their present and look to the future on a wild and hilarious night out. Audience members can’t help but laugh, cry and even sing and dance in the aisles to some of the most popular hit songs of the ’80s and ’90s! Bursting with energy and packed with every memorable anthem, including “Lady Marmalade,” “It’s Raining Men,” “Say A Little Prayer,” “I Will Survive,” “We Are Family,” and many more! Recommended for ages 18 and older.

PLAYING FOR CHANGE: Peace Through Music Tour
FEBRUARY 26 • 8PM
Single Tickets $23, $28, $33 Subscribe from $17.75 Children 12 & Under: $25 Playing For Change is a movement created to inspire, connect and bring peace to the world through music. In 2005, co-founders Mark Johnson and Whitney Kroenke created the concept of Songs Around The World by uniting musicians from many different countries and cultures to perform on the same track. The idea for this project came from a common belief that music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome distances between people. The live performance features musicians from many different countries and cultures and the result is a unique fusion of influences and talents in constant evolution. Through music they speak the same language and spread the message of love and hope to audiences everywhere.

CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Chronicle, Vol. 1
FEBRUARY 27 • 8PM
Single Tickets $48, $53, $58 Subscribe from $36.50 Classic Albums Live recreates the greatest albums of the ’60s and ’70s live onstage, note for note – cut for cut. Released in 1976, Chronicle, Vol. 1, is a greatest hits compilation by American rockers Creedence Clearwater Revival. The album has been certified platinum eight times over and is named on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of Greatest Albums of All Time. In addition to “Bad Moon Rising,” “Have You Ever Seen the Rain?” and “Travellin’ Band,” Chronicle, Vol. 1 is packed with so many hits you can’t help but sing along.

COLIN JAMES
MARCH 6 • 8PM
Single Tickets $71, $75, $79 Subscribe from $53.75 Winner of six Juno Awards, including Male Vocalist of the Year, Colin James has worn many hats during his long and storied career. When he first hit the scene a quarter-century ago, he became an instant rock guitar hero, mentored by the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan. Since then, this iconic Canadian has topped the charts as a pop vocalist, recorded an acclaimed blues album and led the swing revival. He has performed for the Queen, sold multi-platinum many times over and continues to sell out shows coast to coast.

POPOVICH COMEDY PET THEATER
MARCH 12 • 8PM Single Tickets $39, $44, $49 Subscribe from $29.75 Children 12 & Under: $25 Audiences will be delighted by the extraordinary talents of the world famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theater. This family-oriented production is a unique blend of the comedy and juggling skills of Gregory Popovich and his unbelievable performing pets, which include 15 house cats, ten dogs, four geese, eight white doves and two parrots! Popovich Comedy Pet Theater has been featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with David Letterman, and as a finalist on NBC’s America’s Got Talent.

THE PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND
MARCH 13 • 8PM
Single Tickets $53, $58, $63 Subscribe from $40.25 Founded in 1961, The Preservation Hall Jazz Band has traveled worldwide, spreading their mission to nurture and perpetuate the art form of New Orleans jazz. Whether performing at Carnegie Hall or Lincoln Center, for British royalty or the King of Thailand, their music embodies a joyful, timeless spirit. Their latest release That’s It is an eclectic album that draws on the collective experience of players nurtured in the New Orleans tradition but determined to build something fresh and exciting on that foundation.

JOHN MCDERMOTT
MARCH 17 • 8PM
Single Tickets $52, $60, $68 Subscribe from $39.50 Whether he is sharing the stage with a top-notch group of musical friends or touring the world as part of the famed Three Irish Tenors, John McDermott continues to enchant audiences with his beautiful tenor voice and sensitive renditions. Danny Boy, the wildly successful album that launched his career, was only the beginning. Though time and travel have introduced him to a wealth of new material and experiences, he manages to incorporate that diversity into his performances, while retaining the charm and humor that endeared him to audiences from the beginning.

VIENNA BOYS’ CHOIR
MARCH 25 • 8PM
Single Tickets $48, $53, $58 Subscribe from $36.50 Children 12 & Under: $25 For over 500 years, Vienna Boys’ Choir has been synonymous with excellence in choral music and the spirit of Austria. Today, with a repertoire that ranges from medieval to contemporary to experimental music, 100 young choristers in four touring choirs give over 300 performances a year to almost half a million people worldwide.

CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: Led Zeppelin II
MARCH 26 • 8PM
Single Tickets $48, $53, $58 Subscribe from $36.50 Classic Albums Live recreates the greatest albums of the ’60s and ’70s live onstage, note for note – cut for cut. Described as the band’s heaviest album, Led Zeppelin II was the first of Led Zeppelin’s albums to go to number one and has been certified platinum multiple times over. It produced the singles “Whole Lotta Love” and “Living Loving Maid (She’s Just A Woman)” and consistently ranks near the top of “best albums” lists.

RICK MERCER: A Nation Worth Ranting About
APRIL 14
Single Tickets $72, $80, $88 Subscribe from $54.50 Few people know Canada like Rick Mercer knows Canada. Unashamedly proud, fiercely skeptical and endlessly entertaining, Mercer knows the people, the culture, the passions and the heartaches. He knows Canada is a country worth laughing about, cheering about and occasionally getting angry about – usually around the time of a federal election. Mercer pokes and prods at our institutions. He reveals hypocrisy at the highest reaches of power. And he draws our attention to hard-working, unsung heroes. In the process, he illuminates everything that’s great and irreverent about Canada. Mercer’s unrivalled genius is his ability to make you laugh at, question, think about and – most of all – appreciate this glorious country we all share.

THE JUST FOR LAUGH ROADSHOW
APRIL 23 • 8PM
Single Tickets $48, $53, $58 Subscribe from $36.50 LOL with the best of them! The Just for Laughs Road Show returns with four of the funniest comedians from the world’s largest and most prestigious comedy event. Now in its 12th season, this fan-favourite “best of the fest” is a sure-fire comedy knockout! Mature themes and language

THE BLUES HALL OF FAME TOUR – Featuring Charlie Musselwhite, James Cotton & John Hammond
APRIL 25 • 8PM
Single Tickets $68, $74, $80 Subscribe from $51.50 The Blues Hall of Fame celebrates those most significant artists who have forged and advanced blues history. Since its inception in 1980, The Blues Foundation has inducted members for their historical contribution, impact and overall influence on the blues. This tour features a rare opportunity to see three living blues legends and Hall of Fame inductees together on one stage! Anchored by Charlie Musselwhite and his band (2010 inductee), the show also features individual and collaborative performances from James Cotton (2006 inductee) and John Hammond (2011 inductee).

LES BALLETS JAZZ DE MONTRÉAL
APRIL 28 • 8PM
Single Tickets $41, $48, $55 Subscribe from $31.25 Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal invites you to an unforgettable evening featuring works by the choreographers Benjamin Millepied (director of the Opéra de Paris), Andonis Foniadakis and Barak Marshall. The pieces combine classical and contemporary dance, brilliantly reflecting the colours of BJM, an internationally renowned company. The quality of the dancers’ performance and the refined, sophisticated choreography offer audiences a unique dance experience. A rare opportunity to discover or rediscover a fantastic Montreal company!

CIRQUE MECHANICS: Pedal Punk
APRIL 30 • 8PM Single Tickets $58, $63, $68 Subscribe from $44 Children 12 & Under: $25 Combining traditional circus disciplines with cirque elements, Cirque Mechanics tell a “real world” story with an unmatched theatricality. Enter the most unlikely setting for a circus – a factory – where the workers are acrobats and the machines are circus props. Spectators will watch a contortionist perform on a turntable powered by unicyclists. They will be captivated by the trapeze artist flying high, thanks to the spins of an acrobat inside a giant gear-like wheel, and they will be stunned when the trampoline wall artists defy the laws of physics by virtually flying and walking on air. All the while, they will be giggling at the antics of the comedic characters, impressed by the acro-dancing and enchanted by the story.

ROSE THEATRE STUDIO TWO

CRACK ME UP COMEDY
Single Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door

SEPTEMBER 27 – Marc Trinidad
OCTOBER 9 – Mark Little
OCTOBER 30 – Matt Disero
NOVEMBER 20 – Sandra Battaglini
DECEMBER 11 – Al Valiulis
FEBRUARY 19 – Jay Martin
MARCH 26 – Mayce Galoni

LITTLE SPROUTS: SPLASH ‘N BOOTS – OCTOBER 4 • 1PM & 3:30PM
All Tickets $17.50
Nominated for a 2014 Juno Award for Children’s Album of the Year and twice crowned Canadian Children’s Music Group of the Year at the Sirius XM Independent Music Awards, Treehouse TV’s Splash ’N Boots are carving their mark into the rich history of Canadian children’s music. From Dubai to Italy, Bermuda to Australia and across both Canada and the USA, Splash ’N Boots tour extensively to bring their high-energy musical show to families around the globe. Described as “cutting edge children’s Entertainment” by The Globe and Mail, this is a hilarious family concert you don’t want to miss.

The Rose Theatre Brampton is a public state-of-the-art performing arts complex that is fast becoming an icon in Downtown Brampton. This high-technology facility boasts an 868-seat theatre, a 100-seat secondary hall and a community space for meetings. The Garden Square, in front of the theater is home to the Lorna Bissell fountain Stage and a fully-licensed patio. Free music and theater performances take place throughout the summer. The Rose Theatre Brampton is dedicated to presenting quality entertainment to the city’s diverse audience, providing the local performing arts community with a venue for excellence in the performing arts, and preserving a Brampton heritage of live performance that dates back to 1922 and includes three active theatres. Parking is always free in the evening on show days. For more information, and tickets, visit www.rosetheatre.ca


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