Seats for Theory of a Deadman filling fast at Cowichan theatre

If you’re planning on going to see Theory of a Deadman at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre on Friday, Jan. 15 you’d better hurry.

If you’re planning on going to see Theory of a Deadman at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre on Friday, Jan. 15 you’d better hurry.

Tickets are flying out the door for this island exclusive show.

The multi-platinum selling rock band Theory of a Deadman is celebrating 15 years together as a band with this tour that actually kicks off in Duncan.

This “unplugged” event offers an intimate and interactive show, bringing the band closer to fans than ever before.

The sets will be acoustic and they will be playing music from their entire catalogue.

For more than a decade, with singer/songwriter Tyler Connelly at the helm, the band has earned a fervent fan following as well as a long line of multi-format hits.

Known for their edgy, powerful and expressive song-writing, this Vancouver-based quartet has successfully toured their sound all over the world.

Tickets are $45 each. Call 250-748-7529 to see if any are left.

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