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Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 7:00PM
Sat 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Sun 12:00PM - 5:00PM
Holidays 12:00PM - 5:00PM

Kings of Leon with the Sheepdogs


  1. Come Early
    - Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
    - Concert Starts at 7:30 p.m.

  2. Car Pool
    -Travel with friends in one vehicle as on-site parking is limited ? CAR POOL!

  3. Follow the directions of Police & Parking Attendants
    -Following their instructions will provide faster / safer entry and exit from the venue.

  4. Transit Service
    -Transit Service is available from the Downtown Bus Mall (2nd Avenue facing North)
    -Buses depart at 6:15 pm; service every 1/2 hour, regular fare applies.

    Special Needs Transportation
    -Is available through regular booking procedures.
    There are NO shuttle busses from the malls scheduled for this event

Tickets are still available through all Ticketmaster Outlets and at Credit Union Centre, charge by phone at 938-7800 or on-line at

Kings of Leon have added additional 2011 tour dates. Coming off a triumphant headlining slot at this year\'s Coachella, about which the LA Times said the Kings \"touched down into something wistful and real, as nostalgic as rock \'n\' roll itself,\" the tour is the first multiple-date run stateside since the release of the band\'s fifth album, Come Around Sundown.

About The Sheepdogs:
Hailing from Saskatoon, The Sheepdogs are a young band leading a classic rock revival. Ewan Currie (vocals/guitar) Ryan Gullen (bass/vocals) Leot Hanson (guitar/vocals), and Sam Corbett (drums/vocals) formed in 2005 and their sophomore studio album ?Big Stand? was nominated for Independent Album of the Year at the 2009 Western Canadian Music Awards and helped earn the band a 2009 Verge Music Awards nomination for ?Artist of the Year?. Their 3rd and latest LP ?Learn & Burn? is a beautiful blend of power and imagination, ranging from ferocious rockers to Southern Boogie and grooving psychedelia. However, The Sheepdogs are the type of band that must be experienced live. Their live show is pure rock jubilation filled with 3 part vocal harmonies and heavy hitting dual guitar leads. Recently, the Saskatonian rockers became a media sensation after nabbing a coveted spot as one of the final two acts ? and the only Canadian Band -- in Rolling Stone Magazine?s first-ever ?Do You Wanna Be A Rock & Roll Star?? competition. Although the winner will not be announced until August 2, as a finalist, The Sheepdogs were invited to perform at this year?s Bonnaroo Festival, as well as on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The winner will appear on the cover of Rolling Stone, which will hit newsstands on August 5.


Ticket Prices: $67.50, $45, $29.50 + FMF, SC
October 3, 2011 @ 7:30pm


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