Legion presents Alan Jackson tribute artist

Alan Jackson tribute show at the Parksville Legion this Saturday

  • Aug. 14, 2014 11:00 a.m.

A Summer Hoedown at the Parksville Legion this Saturday will feature an Alan Jackson tribute artist.

Aaron Halliday was a crowd favourite at the recent International Tribute Festival held in Parksville. He has been a professional musician and performer for over 20 years in both mainstream and country music.

He is said to not only look like, but genuinely sound like Alan Jackson.

On Aug. 16 at the Legion there will be a country style dinner complimenting the show. Tickets are $40 available from the Parksville Legion at 146 Hirst Street. The event is a benefit for the Legion’s Ways and Means committee.

For more information call 250-248-6842.

 

—Submitted by the Parksville Legion/News Staff

 

 

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