Completely Creedence are coming to Cascades Casino in Langley March 9.

Hits of CCR coming to Langley

Completely Creedence, a Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute band, are playing Cascades Casino March 9

Relive the southern rock sounds of Creedence Clearwater Revival this March.

Completely Creedence, an authentic tribute band, are inviting audiences in Langley to be transported back in time to an era of intense passions.

The band is playing Cascades Casino Resort Summit Theatre on March 9.

Featuring the talents of Rod Campbell on drums, George Milutinovic on bass, Richard Spencer on guitar, and Jamie Robertson on vocals, this four-piece group from Vancouver Island — also known as Mr Completely — has been recording and performing together for more than a decade.

Tickets are $32.50 (plus facility fee and service charge) and are available at Casino Guest Services, 604-530-2211 and

Door open at 7 p.m., show begins at 8 p.m.

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