Tom Petty tribute comes to the Capital Ballroom

Petty tribute band plays Jan. 26 in Victoria

Perfectly Petty: Jamming with Giants rocks out the Capital Ballroom on Yates Street in a Jan. 26 show sure to please fans of the late iconic songwriter/performer.

The Tom Petty tribute band, led by Dave D. Dave of Nanaimo, most recently appeared in performance in Sidney at the Mary Winspear Centre.

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Dave performs alongside Spectrum graduate and keyboardist Craig Dong, a former member of Victoria classic rock band Rockestra, a 1980s staple at such city clubs as Oly’s, The Thatch and the Waterfront Cabaret.

Experience an evening of Tom Petty’s hits, including special tributes to the icons and “giants” who guided his career. Tickets are $25 and available online at eventbrite.ca.



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