UPDATE: The Wild! add 2nd Docs show to tour dates

Josh Duncan | September 20, 2019 in Entertainment

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(UPDATE: Sept. 20 @ 9:20 am) - It comes as no surprise that The Wild!'s nostalgic show at Doc Willoughby's sold out in just two hours.

If you were lucky enough to get tickets, it's going to be an epic night and we're sure you're counting down the days.

If you didn't get a ticket, don't worry, not all hope is lost.

The band just added a second Kelowna show to their Playing With Fire tour.

It's the night after the first show on Sunday, Oct. 27, once again at Doc Willoughby's.

It'll be an earlier show as well so you have plenty of time to get home, in bed and be semi-fresh for work in the morning.

Doors will open at 7 pm and the band will go on at 8 pm. 

Click this link to buy tickets.

(Original story: Sept. 13 @ 9:20 am) - It could be the wildest Saturday night in the history of Doc Willoughby’s.

The Wild, one of the biggest bands to come out of Kelowna, will be playing a show at the downtown bar next month.

Photo Credit: The Wild

The show is part of an 11-date tour that will see the band play in small venues that helped them get their start many moons ago.

"After just coming off the biggest tour of our career in Europe this past year, we can’t help but be reminded of where it all began,” says a post from the band’s Facebook page. 

“What better way to relive those memories than to go back to our roots and play the kinds of clubs in our home country that helped us get here.”

Photo Credit: The Wild

The band just returned home after a stretch in Europe where they played to crowds of thousands at various festivals, so next month’s show at Docs will be a special atmosphere.

Tickets are $30 and will certainly go quickly, so scoop them up quickly by clicking this link.

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