Tickets left for Lightfoot concert

Gordon Lightfoot will be gracing the stage at the Charles Bailey Theatre on the night of Oct. 31, and there are still a few tix left.

A Canadian folk-rock and country music legend is coming to Trail, and tickets are nearly sold-out.

Gordon Lightfoot will be gracing the stage at the Charles Bailey Theatre on the night of Oct. 31 as part of the fall leg of his 2014 coast-to-coast tour.

Nadine Tremblay, marketing and programming with the theatre, says if you want to see the author of such Canadian classics as “Sundown” and “If You Could Read My Mind” now would be a good time to get tickets because they are probably going to sell out soon.

“Tickets are selling steadily,” she said. “(There is) only one $60 seat left. a bunch of tickets at $91.50 or $112.50 left and probably one-third of the VIP seats left at $145 each.

“(The VIP tickets) are complete with a dessert reception and a chance to get to meet Mr. Lightfoot. It will be a nice full audience for Gordon and I’m sure it will sell out so I urge people to not wait to get their tickets.”

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