Sidney going Country

Dance will feature country classics played by The Steel Toe Boots

The Steel Toe Boots will be on hand at the Mary Winspear Centre on Oct. 5 for the Country Dance night.

Next month, Sidney is set to go a little more country than usual.

On the night of Saturday, Oct. 5 the Bodine Hall at the Mary Winspear Centre will transform into a country haven with The Steel Toe Boots at the music helm.

Fresh off a main stage performance at Sunfest opening for Jerrod Niemann and Thompson Square, the award winning high energy country/rock band will keep the dance floor rocking with popular country hits all night long.

Tickets for the 19+ event, which begins at 8 p.m. (music starts at 9 p.m.) are $25 and are available through the Mary Winspear box office (250-656-0275 or www.marywinspear.ca).

reporter@peninsulanewsreview.com

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