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Hotel Blog

March
16


Regina loves great music from throughout the ages. After all, there’s nothing like staring out the dashboard of a car or a truck across an enormous prairie evening while listening to the classics!

We’ve lost so many great artists, but that doesn’t mean that their music has died as well. Here are some upcoming tribute concerts that are worth making the trip to Regina!
 

PRACTICALLY HIP

When Gord Downie passed in 2017, so did a part of Canada. With his band the Tragically Hip, he defined what it meant to be a rock band in the Great White North – touring relentlessly from sea to shining sea with songs that were as poetic as they were hard-rocking. Everyone has a Hip song that speaks directly to them, whether it’s “Blow at High Dough,” “New Orleans is Sinking,” “Bobcaygeon” or any of a number of instant classics.

The Practically Hip is a tribute band formed in Ontario, Downie’s old stomping grounds, and they have the same mixture of swagger and spirit that the Hip did in their raw old days. Catch them April 13 at Casino Regina.

RAIN: A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES

The Beatles’ influence on modern music cannot be overestimated. These four young lads from Liverpool penned more platinum hits than anybody before or since, and together they left an indelible mark on the history of music. On April 17 at the Conexus Arts Centre, see a band of top-notch musicians paying tribute to The Beatles by recreating Abbey Road in its entirety!
 

LONELY: A TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC OF ROY ORBISON

Roy Orbison always had the voice of an angel, and that voice led him to the top of the charts countless times with hits like  "Blue Angel," "Blue Bayou," "You Got It," and "In Dreams." On April 21 at the Conexus Arts Centre, singer Mike Demers will perform with Orbison’s voice in an uncanny, and moving, impersonation. Don’t miss it.

Looking for accommodations in Regina? Then book a room at the Home Suites Regina East. In our own way, we aim to give you a classic experience with top notch service and comfort.