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Hollerado performing in Kamloops next week

Rock group Hollerado is set to perform in Kamloops June 13.
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June 09, 2017 - 10:53 AM

KAMLOOPS - Rock group Hollerado will be stopping in Kamloops next week as part of their Western Canada tour.

The Ontario rock band will be performing at downtown nightclub The Blue Grotto on June 13, and are expected to perform hits like Americanarama, Juliette and Got to Lose.

Hollerado's debut album came out in 2009 and the band was nominated for a Juno award for best new artist.

The band has also released a new single called Born Yesterday.

Tickets are on sale now for the show and can be purchased in advance at Long & McQuade, The Blue Grotto, or here.

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