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Dave Kelly Live is back and I’m giving away tickets!

Dave Kelly Live is back and I’m giving away tickets!


Sep 08, 2016

For years, people woke up to the familiar laugh of Dave Kelly, who was the host of the popular Breakfast Television. Now the host is hoping you’d like to hear his laugh again, but this time with beer or wine in your hand.

Dave Kelly Live is a unique live show experience that takes place every few months. If you loved the old school late night talk shows like Johnny Carson, then you’ll love spending the evening with Dave that’s packed with performances, conversations and stories. I’ve been to a few shows and they are always fun, thought-provoking and even a little tear-worthy.

If you’re looking to do something a little different on your next date night, you should definitely check out Dave Kelly Live. The next show is September 14th at the beautiful Grand Theatre, and features Gold Medal Olympiam Kyle Shewfet and Smalltown DJs.

Tickets are $59/each and are available here.

I’m excited to be giving away two tickets to Dave Kelly Live.
To be entered to win, leave a comment sharing your favourite Olympic moment from this past Olympics. Seems fitting since Kyle Shewfelt is a gold medalist.

Contest closes September 13th at 6:00pm

Good luck!


Comments

  1. Eric

    Reading about multiple medal winner Penny Oleksiak using her newly earned fame to score Drake tickets.

  2. Alex

    My favourite Olympic moment was watching Penny in any swimming competition and especially listening to her talk to the newscaster about her win; she was so humble and kind. Plus, they were saying the didn’t think she was going to be ready until 2020 and she nailed it winning multiple swimming medals at the young age of 16!

  3. Sue Deyell

    My fave Olympic moment was our Canadian runners preparing for, then winning bronze in the 4×100!! They were pumped at the start, and came away with a Canadian record (after a nail biting delay as to whether the US was disqualified) – and of course Andre DeGrasse won his third medal! #ProudCanadian

  4. Lynn Lambert

    the paralympic swimmers last night -amazing!

  5. D Castonguay

    Watching the men’s 4 x 100 relay!

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