If you have tickets to this weekend’s sold out show here is what you need to know.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Jenny, Jill and Lisa will be at the door to greet you. Please know the name on your tickets and have a copy with you to ensure easy check in.
SLOAN will hit the stage around 8 p.m.
Be prompt if you don’t want to miss a minute of their performance.
Wright Catering is serving up tacos.
$5 each with a choice of beef, chicken or vegetarian. Payment by card is preferred for food.
Remember to bring your beer mug & CASH for the bar. Avening Hall is working towards zero waste and we have eliminated plastic beer cups. Bring your Avening Hall mug or other favourite drinking vessel. We will have lots of our great enamel mugs for sale for only $5 each if you forget. Tina, Ed and the bar crew will be pouring 355 mls of Creemore Springs beer or cider or 5 oz of wine for $6 per serving.
We are saying it again – BRING CASH FOR THE BAR – there are no ATMS in Avening.
The Avening Hall Board is actively fundraising for facility upgrades. To learn more about how you can donate CLICK HERE.
If you have any question contact firstname.lastname@example.org – call or text day of at 705-888-5139.
Sloan is a Toronto-based rock band from Halifax, Nova Scotia who first performed in spring of 1991. Comprised of bassist and vocalist Chris Murphy, guitarists/vocalists Jay Ferguson and Patrick Pentland, and drummer/vocalist Andrew Scott, the quartet possessed a rare chemistry from the start. There are so many moments peppered throughout the 30-year history of Canadian indie rock heroes Sloan that set them well apart from the pack. From the band’s earliest home studio recordings that married their pop smarts with fizzy, fuzzed out guitars, right up to later efforts that contain multitudes in their track listings, ranging from Dylanesque streams of consciousness to short, sharp blasts of power pop – Somehow, it all remains quintessentially Sloan. The band are credited as being a main instigator for the Canadian East Coast alternative scene of the early 90s, garnering comparisons to the Seattle Grunge movement on the opposite coast. Over the course of their quarter-century career, Sloan have amassed an outstanding collection of over 250 songs and more than 30 singles with airplay at Canadian Rock Radio. Sloan have received nine Juno Award nominations and won for Best Alternative Album in 1997. The band was named one of Canada’s top five bands of all-time in a CBC critics poll.
This show is standing room only. Limited seating on benches and if required for accessibility.