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Thursday, October 17, 2024 at 7:30 PM ADT


Shantero Productions presents...

Lunch At Allen's: Farewell Tour

As the saying goes ‘all good things must come to an end' and so it is with Lunch At Allen's, who will embark on a country-wide Farewell Tour beginning in Atlantic Canada this October. Coming together in 2004, for what was meant to be a one-off 8-date tour presented as a song-writer's circle, the four renowned artists discovered a soul-warming joie de vivre in performing together ... and so began 20 years of camaraderie touring the country coast to coast.

Lunch At Allen’s is a musical powerhouse comprising four remarkable Canadian talents: Murray McLauchlan, Cindy Church, Marc Jordan and Ian Thomas. As individuals, they have written for or sung on over 25,000,000 CDs, penning hits for Josh Groban, Chicago, Bonnie Raitt, America, Santana, Cher and Rod Stewart, as well as Murray’s Farmer’s Song, Marc’s Marina Del Rey and Ian’s Painted Ladies, just to name a few. These three artists have come together adding the incredible voice of Cindy Church (Quartette, Great Western Orchestra) to form Lunch At Allen’s. Attending their stage show is to embark on an intimate musical journey replete with laughter and personal anecdotes, familiar favourites and new material, fashioning an unforgettable evening’s entertainment …from their hearts …to your soul.

“You would be hard pressed to find another Canadian ensemble with more collective depth of influence over Canada’s musical landscape than Lunch At Allen’s.” - The Beat Magazine


Highland Arts Theatre - Sydney, NS


Thursday, October 17th, 2024 - 7:30pm

There will be an intermission for this show, approximately halfway through.


This show is recommended for All Ages.


Reserved Seating: $67.50 (+HST & Service Fee)

All sales final.

Thank you so much and see you soon at the HAT!


Highland Arts Theatre
40 Bentinck Street
Sydney NS B1P 1G2

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