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Glass Tiger to play Someday at Club Regent

Doobie Brothers concert also coming to venue this fall

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The newly opened Club Regent Event Centre is offering two blasts from the past in the fall.

Glass Tiger, which had hits in the 1980s with Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone) and Someday, plays the casino on Sept. 26.

Tickets, which range from $30 to $35 plus taxes and fees, go on sale June 12 through Ticketmaster.

On Oct. 17, the Doobie Brothers, who racked up five top-10 singles and 16 top-40 hits with songs like Black Water, What a Fool Believes and China Grove, will play the Club Regent Event Centre.

Tickets, which will sell for $50 to $75 plus taxes and fees, also go on sale June 12 on Ticketmaster.

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