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The Park Theatre presents KRAZY MADNESS with Guests

The Park Theatre presents KRAZY MADNESS 'The Wrath of the Old Bat'. A special performance in celebration of 'the Bat'. KRAZY MADNESS will be performing all 'Black Sabbath' and 'Ozzy Osbourne' songs. 'The Bat' is a piece of art found on the album cover of 'Speak of the Devil' (by Ozzy band) and the artist Krusher Joule gave KRAZY MADNESS permission to use 'the Bat' for their logo. KRAZY MADNESS is a family rock n' roll heavy metal band with old s'kool influences such as; Ozzy Osbourne, Randy Rhoads, Rudy Sarzo and Tommy Aldridge. KRAZY MADNESS will perform the ultimate rock show, they have musical ability above and beyond the best in Winnipeg, also with theatrics and props on stage to make you feel like you are experiencing the best rock show...ever. Patrick on lead vocals, with his sons; Kevin on drums and Kelsey on bass, plus the wizard Bazz on lead guitar. This is an amazzing night to remember. All Ages show, licensed with I.D. Doors open at 7 p.m., opening act Keith Dyck and Ras Martin start at 8 p.m. and KRAZY MADNESS from 9 p.m. until approx. 10:15 p.m.. Bring your kids, it's the last daze of s'kool. Enjoy life...we're forever young!

Where:
Park Theatre
698 Osborne St.
204-478-7275 | erick.c@shaw.ca
www.parktheatervideo.com
When:
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
What:
Concerts > Rock
Neighbourhood:
Winnipeg
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