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Famed Canadian alternative rock bands perform Jan. 11

GUELPH - Two of Canada’s best-known alternative rock bands will come together when I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven take the stage at River Run Centre on Jan. 11 at 8pm.  

I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven first rose to prominence during the 1990s on the strength of innovative recordings and powerful live performances. The River Run Centre performance will see the bands play chart-topping hits as part of individual sets and uniting to take the stage together.

Tickets to see I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven cost $70 for adults, $68 for seniors and students. uGo  tickets are available for $20 to university and college students with valid ID and $5 eyeGO tickets are available to high school students with valid ID. Tickets can be purchased at the River Run Centre box office by calling 519-763-3000 or online at riverrun.ca/i-mother-earth-and-finger-eleven.

January 11, 2019

 
 

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