March Hare brings back the golden decades this weekend at Jubilee Hall.

Trip through the decades

What if you could have all your favourite bands rolled into one?  What if all your favourite tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s could come alive complete with the outfits the bands wore when they made those songs into hits?

Jubilee Community Club and the March Hare Show Band will take you back into those memorable times this weekend.

Jubilee Hall at 7999 Bradner Road will be rocking on Saturday, March 19 with a nostalgic journey “Thru the Decades” of your best loved tunes, featuring the incredible March Hare Show Band. From the music of Grease to ZZ Top, March Hare does it all, and incredibly, will change their appearance to match the artist they are covering without stopping the show.

The band has appeared at the River Rock and Boulevard Casinos, as well as many clubs and corporate events in both Canada and the U.S. They are the winners of several CAMEO Music Awards including Guitarist, Vocalist and Entertainers of the Year.

You’re invited to get into the spirit of the evening by dressing for your favourite decade (it’s not mandatory, but all in good fun) and prizes will be awarded for the best costume from each decade.

Your ticket will also include a burger and salad bar, available between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. only. Tickets are just $25 and can be purchased at Wilway Lumber Sales, 28728 Fraser Hwy, West Abbotsford. For those who have trouble making it to Wilway during operating hours, now you can get your tickets to Jubilee Hall events delivered right to your mailbox by ordering online at or by calling 1-800-838-3006.

Get your tickets early, seating is being limited in order to give you lots of elbow room and more room to take a spin on Jubilee Hall’s brand new hardwood dance floor.

More information is available by calling 604-856-4375.

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