Three Days Grace to play here on St. Patrick’s Day

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 There’s nothing remotely Irish sounding about Canadian post-grunge band Three Days Grace, but Winnipeggers looking to spend their St. Patrick’s Day with the group are in luck. The band will play the Burton Cummings Theatre on March 17 in support of its latest album, Life Starts Now.

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 There’s nothing remotely Irish sounding about Canadian post-grunge band Three Days Grace, but Winnipeggers looking to spend their St. Patrick’s Day with the group are in luck. The band will play the Burton Cummings Theatre on March 17 in support of its latest album, Life Starts Now.

Tickets go on sale Friday for $36 and $50 at Ticketmaster.

The quartet last played the city during the second annual Rock on the Range at Canad Inns Stadium in August.

 

 

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