Musical fundraiser for Parksville high school dry grad goes March 7

The Apollos play fundraiser for Ballenas celebrations

Parksville band The Apollos will play a fundraiser concert at the Parksville Community Centre with net proceeds going towards the Ballenas Secondary School’s dry grad and prom.

The show takes place March 7, with doors opening at 7:30 p.m.

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The Apollos play rock, pop, R&B and folk tunes from the 1980s and onward. Instruments abound with harmonica, trombone and banjo as highlights.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased in Parksville at Parks West (114 Hirst Ave), Shades of Green (117 Craig St), Wilde and Sparrow (152 Morison Ave) and in Qualicum Beach at Revived Vintage (106 W Second Ave).

The event is adults only and no minors are permitted.

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