Kylie Gill (from left) Sam Tudor

The Pack AD and Sam Tudor close out Safety Meeting concert season April 7

Canada's most celebrated garage rock duo, The Pack AD, along with the pride of Big Lake, Sam Tudor close out Safety Meeting concert season.

April 7 is the final Safety Meeting of the season and we are very excited to host Canada’s most celebrated garage rock duo, The Pack AD, along with the pride of Big Lake BC, Sam Tudor.

The Pack AD are internationally acclaimed heavy-hitters.

They have played shows such as Seattle’s KEXP, and CBC’s Q.

When they play in Vancouver (which is rarely), they headline at venues the Commodore.

And when they do, those shows get glowing reviews in publications like Exclaim and The Georgia Straight.

For one night only, this world class indie blues rock duo will be shaking the ceiling tiles of our 85-person room at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre.

Just think about that for one second please.

Tickets are only $20.

They have a raw energy hits on a primal level. Ear plugs are strongly recommended.

Joining The Pack on April 7 is Sam Tudor and the Dream Band.

The last time Sam and band played Williams Lake was the sold-out double-night Safety Meeting last winter.

For this round, the crew will be playing a bunch of brand new songs from Sam’s forthcoming album Quotidian Dream.

You might be wondering how tickets for this show are just $20.

Basically, we got a grant, which allowed us to cut ticket prices in half.

We are very pleased to announce that this show is supported by the Cariboo Regional District and the City of Williams Lake, via the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society.

We are very grateful to the CCACS for approving the grant, as we see no better way of thanking our loyal Safety enthusiasts for their ongoing support than offering the sweetest double-bill performance we are capable of pulling together, for the same low price of just $20.

The Pack AD as well as Sam Tudor and the Dream play the final Safety Meeting of the year on Friday, April 7 at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre.

Doors are at 7:30 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m.

The bar is provided by, and proceeds go to the Cariboo Festival Society.

Tickets are available at Red Shreds Bike and Board Shed.

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