The big shows this week come courtesy of Whoop Up Days. So if you love classic rock, you will definitely be at Exhibition Park this week.
Aaron Pritchett opens the show on Tuesday night with his many country hits including “Hold My Beer While I Kiss Your Girlfriend” and his newer summer hits “Sunset City and “Boat on the Water.” Treeline with Shaela Miller open the show.
It is all about classic rock for the rest of the week as Loverboy ( Working For the Weekend, the Kid is Hot Tonight) playing on Wednesday, Aug. 20 with local blues rock band Paul Kype and Texas Flood opening the show. Loverboy recently released a new CD.
We go back a few years on Aug. 21 with female fronted rockers Toronto (Your Daddy Don't Know, Even the Score, Girls Night Out) take the stage with local rock band Fast Times opening the show.
Another high energy female fronted rock band, The Headpins ( Don’t It Make You Feel, Breakin’ Down, Just One More Time) tear up the stage on Friday night, Aug. 22 with Who’s Yer Daddy opening the show.
Whoop Up Days ends on Aug. 23 with Canadian metal icons Helix. They have just released a new album and have a string of hits including “Rock You”. DNR will be opening the last show of Whoop Up Days. The shows are free with admission to Whoop Up Days.
If you didn’t get enough rock, Soup of Flies return to Casino Lethbridge on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. each night. There is no cover for the show.