Randy from Creston returns to Ymir

Randy from Creston returns to Nelson area

Everyone's favourite redneck Randy from Creston returns for performances in Ymir, Gray Creek, Crawford Bay, Silverton and Kaslo

If you missed the killer Nelson run of at the Scout Hall of this benevolent redneck sharing tales of love, life and near death experiences as performed by Lucas Myers, head to one of the following Kootenay metropolese for a Randy from Creston fix.

Ymir is the closest venue to Nelson and will be off. the. hook. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door.

All showtimes 8:00 p.m.

Randy will be at The Vallican Whole Community Centre on Friday, May 11. Tickets are avaialble at Jennie’s Books.

On Saturday May 12 join Randy at The Langham Theatre in Kaslo. Tickets are available at Sunnyside Naturals.

At the Gray Creek Hall on Friday May 18. Tickets are available at the Crawford Bay Store.

In Ymir on Saturday May 19 at Ymir Hall. Tickets are available at The Music Store in Nelson and the Ymir Store.

At the Silverton Art Gallery on Saturday May 26. Tickets are available at The Cup and Saucer.

 

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