Vintage - The talented singers and musicians of the Louisiana Hayride Show recreate these iconic artists in costume and character. You’ll be delighted when Hank Williams sings “Hey

Vintage - The talented singers and musicians of the Louisiana Hayride Show recreate these iconic artists in costume and character. You’ll be delighted when Hank Williams sings “Hey

Louisiana Hayride winners announced

Free tickets to the Louisiana Hayride were drawn on Friday Oct. 9.

Free tickets to the upcoming Louisiana Hayride, coming to Leduc on October 22 and Wetaskiwin on November 5, were recently drawn at the Pipestone Flyer newspaper office.

The talented singers and musicians of the Louisiana Hayride Show recreate iconic artists in costume and character. You’ll be delighted when Hank Williams sings “Hey, Good Lookin” and “Lovesick Blues.” Roy Orbison shows up with “Crying” and “Pretty Woman” and Patsy Cline will send shivers up your spine when she sings “Crazy” and “Sweet Dreams.” And that’s not all! Joining Hank, Roy and Patsy will be Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette and Willie Nelson.

It’s all at the Maclab Centre in Leduc and the Memorial Arts Centre in Wetaskiwin when the Louisiana Hayride Show comes to town.

Winners for the Wetaskiwin show include Muriel Adams, Don Nagel, Annamarie Flewelling and Audrey Smith. Winners for the Leduc show include Cindy Klingspon, Gary Grycan and Pamela Marks.

Tickets for the Leduc show are available at the Chamber of Commerce on 50th Street or through TicketPro at 1-888-655-9090. Tickets for the Wetaskiwin show are at the Wetaskiwin Chamber of Commerce or through Ticketseller at 1-866-311-1011.

 

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