UPCOMING EVENTS

SATURDAY APRIL 11

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LUTA WRESTLING 


Watch the best combat athletes, past and present ,compete on the raised platform in the world's oldest and greatest sport.

About this Event

Wrestling is the purest form of human competition. Two competitors locked in a hand to hand struggle with each other, using only their skills, wits, strength and speed.

Come watch wrestling as it was meant to be seen. LUTA! gives wrestling the treatment it deserves: Raised platform, bright lights, big screen, athlete walkouts, awesome music.

You're going to see :

  • Some of the best youth, highschool and university athletes in the country.
  • MMA fighters and Jiu Jitsu athletes trying to compete against wrestlers.
  • Former local wrestling champions stepping back on the mat for one more chance at glory (or humiliation) .
  • Some local personalities trying their hand at wrestling.

All proceeds go to support the Algoma Wrestling program and the SCMMA youth wrestling program.


doors  6pm start 7pm


FRIDAY JUNE 5

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THE ROAD HAMMERS

With Special Guest Tyson Hanes

 

The highest selling Canadian country band in history, The Road Hammers, are back with a brand-new album, The Squeeze, a compilation of tracks that epitomizes what the band has become known for – a truly synergistic blend of classic rock meets country. 


$40 | doors 7 pm show 8 pm


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SARA HARMER 


Multi-award-winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter and environmental activist Sarah Harmer will release Are You Gone, her first album in a decade, on February 21st, 2020 via Arts & Crafts. A deeply personal and political collection of songs motivated by the beauty of life, the urgency of the climate crisis, and the question of loss, Sarah called the album a spiritual successor of sorts to her acclaimed 2000 debut, You Were Here, which made many year-end critics’ lists, and which TIME called the year’s best debut album. Its simple title, Are You Gone, is a meditation on the idea of presence, and a bookend to the questions posed on You Were Here - a sharpened, more electric confrontation with the realities of nature and human nature. 

 doors 6 pm show 7:30 pm 

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