Iconic Canadian Rock Band Chilliwack plays in Langley Jan. 26.

Iconic rock band comes to Langley

Chilliwack will play Cascades Casino in Langley City Jan. 26

Chilliwack is coming to Langley.

The iconic Canadian rock band plays at Cascades Casino Resort Summit Theatre on Thursday, Jan. 26.

The band first formed in 1966 as Torch Cabaret, a house band for CFUN Classics. They then changed their name to The Collectors, finally emerging as Chilliwack in 1970.

They have produced 31 hits singles, 16 of which were Top 40, and have released a newly recorded live CD, There and Back.

Tickets for the Langley show are $45 (plus facility fee and service charges) and are available at Casino Guest Services (604-530-2211) or online at www.ticketweb.ca.

For more, visit the “Chilliwack Band Official Page” on Facebook.

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