Classic rock blast at Coquitlam pub night

A classic rock band whose members have or had ties to Tri-City municipal halls will cover hits at a pub night in Coquitlam next month.

A classic rock band whose members have or had ties to Tri-City municipal halls will cover hits at a pub night in Coquitlam next month.

The Driftsmen — made up of Port Moody city manager Tim Savioe (lead guitar); retired Port Moody parks director Ron Higo (lead singer, guitar); Barry Elliott, a retired parks general manager for Coquitlam (drums); and Nico Savioe (guitar) — will be at the Glen Pine Pavilion on Saturday, May 4.

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The adults-only event starts with a happy hour at 5:15 p.m. followed by a dinner at 6 p.m. and entertainment at 7:30 p.m. at the seniors centre (1200 Glen Pine Crt.).

The cost is $24.95 by calling 604-927-4386 or visiting coquitlam.ca/registration. Tickets, which are also available at Coquitlam civic and recreation facilities, will be sold until April 30.

 

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