Entertainment

Give us the Bare Facts, Folks

On Saturday, Oct. 15 at 8 p.m., Bob’s Steakhouse in downtown Aldergrove hosts the Bare Facts reunion performance. This three-piece sensation ‘rocked’ the Fraser Valley and beyond during the early ‘80s, entertaining audiences with their originals and renditions of classic favourites. Featuring the original line-up of (from left) Bruce Coughlan, Joe McDonald and Kelly Armstrong, it will be a truly unique evening you won’t want to miss. Reserve today, as there is limited seating; call 604-857-7725. - Submitted photo
On Saturday, Oct. 15 at 8 p.m., Bob’s Steakhouse in downtown Aldergrove hosts the Bare Facts reunion performance. This three-piece sensation ‘rocked’ the Fraser Valley and beyond during the early ‘80s, entertaining audiences with their originals and renditions of classic favourites. Featuring the original line-up of (from left) Bruce Coughlan, Joe McDonald and Kelly Armstrong, it will be a truly unique evening you won’t want to miss. Reserve today, as there is limited seating; call 604-857-7725.
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On Saturday, Oct. 15 at 8 p.m., Bob’s Steakhouse in downtown Aldergrove hosts the Bare Facts reunion performance. This three-piece sensation ‘rocked’ the Fraser Valley and beyond during the early ‘80s, entertaining audiences with their originals and renditions of classic favourites. Featuring the original line-up of (from left) Bruce Coughlan, Joe McDonald and Kelly Armstrong, it will be a truly unique evening you won’t want to miss. Reserve today, as there is limited seating; call 604-857-7725.

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