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Get your tickets for Evolutionary's Mother's Day show

Tickets to popular performance often sell out
Confederation Secondary School’s Evolutionary Band will take to the stage for its 36th Annual Mother’s Day Concert on May 7. 
"Mamamania" will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the gym at Confederation Secondary School. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. 
Tickets, at $15 each, are available from Jett Landry Music, JB Jewellers in the Hanmer Mall, Capreol Pro Hardware, EVO Band members and crew, and the main office at Confederation Secondary School. To ensure your seats at this must-see performance, be sure to purchase your tickets early. Evolutionary’s annual concert has been sold out in the past.
There will be two raffles at the concert. A limited number of tickets are being sold for a Johnny Reid autographed Washburn guitar. Tickets will also be available for an EVO T-shirt autographed by Scott and Sean Anderson of Finger Eleven.
Evolutionary is fresh from playing the Reading Rocks concert, where special guests Scott and Sean Anderson of Finger Eleven had front row seats. Lead singer Scott Anderson said the band was playing some “really cool stuff.” 
“There was a wonderful bit of showmanship all the way through the show,” Anderson said. "I was really blown away.”
Mell Dahl of local radio station Q92 will reunite with Terry to host the "Mamamania" concert. Evolutionary will play a selection of Top 40 rock tunes, including AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Finger Eleven, Pop Evil, Michael Jackson, Monster Truck Band, the Trews, Nirvana and Journey.
“This is the only chance for Confederation Secondary School staff and students, as well as the Valley East and Greater Sudbury communities, to see their band play before they begin touring,” said music director Norm McIntosh, who has been leading the band for 36 years.
“The band has played for more than 5,000 audience members so far this year — to standing ovations. Evo band and crew are not to be missed!”
Evolutionary is a 24-piece rock band that includes three vocalists, an eight-piece rhythm section, four trumpets, four trombones, two alto saxes and four tenor saxes, and is supported by a 12-member stage crew. As Action Sudbury’s “No Drinking and Driving” Band, Evolutionary has earned a solid reputation for its dynamic performances. Evolutionary also supports anti-bullying.
Evolutionary’s shows include a high energy, choreographed presentation with an exciting light display that includes lasers, strobes, smoke machines and intelligent lighting. The band’s set runs 100 minutes in length.


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