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Skalloween: Kman and the 45s, Apex Breaks , Rude City Riot @ Victoria Event Centre Oct 29 2021 - Oct 23rd @ Victoria Event Centre

Skalloween: Kman and the 45s, Apex Breaks , Rude City Riot

Fri. October 29th Victoria Event Centre Victoria BC (No Minors)
21:00 doors at 20:30
Sold Out -
With the passing of summer we still have fun fall events to look forward to. A couple of years ago with did a Spooky Spooktacular and this year we've decided to exhume Skalloween!

We have triple monster with two Stomp Records bands: Kman & the 45s (Montreal) and Rude City Riot (Vancouver) plus our own Apex Breaks!

We're excited to welcome back Rude City Riot who haven't played on the Island since 2014 when they last played with The Planet Smashers.

All tickets will be sold in tables of 2,4,6 or 8 on ticketweb.ca. Proof of two doses of vaccine are required for entry.

So come in your costume, enjoy some drinks and listen, watch and cheer to some of the best ska, reggae and funk Canada has to offer!

Kman and the 45s

K-Man & The 45s, where Ska meets Rock and Roll. This Canadian 5 piece band from downtown Montreal is as heavily influenced by old school ska as it is with classic rock n roll. With a fantastic horn section playing catchy melodic lines and blazing solos over an energetic rhythm section, they switch naturally from ska to rock and punk, with surf soun... more info

Apex Breaks

Victoria's APEX BREAKS is an 8-piece psychedelic jungle-funk monster that has wasted no time in establishing themselves as one of the city's most powerful group of (Incredibly talented) weirdos. A veritable super-group of Victoria musicians the band boasts members from Rocky Mountain Rebel Music, Crude Cultura, Zoubi & the Sea, Ashley Wey Trio, Nef... more info

Rude City Riot (Power-Ska)

Review of RCR debut LP on Stomp Records "Nuthin But Time". “Ska tends to be typecast, modeled to a great extent on the early 80s Two Tone look and sound from England, which makes Rude City Riot different. Sure, the horn arrangements and rhythms that are ska trademarks are here, but the album starts with a rock and roll urgency that suggests Ru... more info