Hedley to headline 2012 Westerner Days

The Juno-award-winning band Hedley will perform during this summer’s Westerner Days.

The Juno-award-winning band Hedley will perform during this summer’s Westerner Days.

The Vancouver-based group that recently released its fourth album Storms, will perform on Wednesday, July 18, at the Centrium during the Westerner Days Fair and Exhibition.

Tickets to the 8:30 p.m. concert will cost $45 from Ticketmaster, plus gate admission to the fair and parking charges.

Hedley, led by former Canadian Idol contender Jacob Hoggard, with musicians Tommy Mac, Dave Rosin, and Chris Crippin, is getting radio play for the newest singles Invincible and One Life, but is best known for the tunes Cha-Ching, Don’t Talk to Strangers and Perfect.

Tickets to the Hedley concert will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Saturday. An exclusive presale will be available on Friday to those who get a promo code by “like”-ing the Westerner Days facebook page and following the band on Twitter.

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