The Rock of Ages 10th Anniversary Tour comes to Red Deer’s Westerner Park on May 8. (Contributed photo)

Rock of Ages coming to Red Deer in May

Red Deer will travel back to the 1980s when the Rock of Ages 10th Anniversary Tour comes to town.

Nominated for five Tony Awards in 2009, including Best Musical, the production will be performed at Westerner Park on May 8.

The Broadway musical features some of the biggest hits of the ’80s, including Don’t Stop Believing by Journey, I Wanna Rock by Twisted Sister and Here I Go Again by Poison.

Tickets go on sale Thursday and will be available at TicketsAlberta.com or 1-866-340-4450.

For more information, visit www.rockofagesmusicaltour.com.



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