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THE CREEPSHOW, THE RESIGNATORS & THE ANTI-QUEENS: The Creepshow, The Resignators, The Anti-Queens @ Victoria Event Centre May 30 2020 - Oct 16th @ Victoria Event Centre

Event Archive - THE CREEPSHOW, THE RESIGNATORS & THE ANTI-QUEENS: The Creepshow, The Resignators, The Anti-Queens

Sat. May 30th 2020 Victoria Event Centre Victoria BC (No Minors)
10pm - 2am doors at 9pm
$16.50 - $20 advance
Tickets at: Lyles Place, Vinyl Envy
For anyone that likes punk, ska, psychobilly or just wants to dance and listen to good music, Victoria BC Ska & Reggae Society is proud to present Montreal's The Creepshow along with our good friends The Resignators from Australia and The Anti-Queens - an all female punk/rock group from Toronto!

It's been over three years since The Creepshow came to Victoria and now for the first time we are excited to present them. We already know The Resignators will give us an awesome show with their high energy ska and vintage rock. They have been long time friends of ours for years. If you haven't listened to them before you better gather your energy and get ready for some dancing because you're in for a sweaty affair!

Finally The Anti-Queens are an all female punk rock group who have been in the Toronto's punk scene for the past 10 years. Now the band is coming of age selling out venues in Eastern Canada. This burrito loving quartet have gathered rave reviews everywhere they've played including festivals such as Pouzza Fest and NXNE.

The Creepshow (Psychobilly)

ZOMBIES! GHOULS! HAUNTED HOUSES AND TATTOOED PSYCHO GIRLS! Enter if you dare(!) into the world of Southern Ontario’s Horrorbilly sensation THE CREEPSHOW. A group whose fiendish mix of 1950’s influenced rockabilly, and punk rock energy will have you shaking your hips, singing along and quite possibly howling at the next full moon! From... more info

The Resignators (Ska/Reggae/Rock)

Born from the death of many local bands and named after a RX Bandits album The Resignators are known amongst locals as 'The Band From The Spencer Street Dunnies'. While it may seem unusual for an Australian band to play ska (for the uninitiated, ska was the precursor to reggae) it is actually quite natural. It was Australians living in Jamaica i... more info