Marsh Lake plans Tragically Hip viewing party

The Tragically Hip, Canada’s favourite rock band, will wrap up their farewell tour with a final show from their hometown of Kingston, Ont., Saturday and Marsh Lake’s community centre is throwing a viewing party.

The Tragically Hip, Canada’s favourite rock band, will wrap up their farewell tour with a final show from their hometown of Kingston, Ont., Saturday and Marsh Lake’s community centre is throwing a viewing party.

“We are excited to be a part of celebrating this event and the national music treasure that is the Tragically Hip,” said manager Wendy Morrison in a news release.

Morrison said the Marsh Lake event is the only approved public viewing party in the Yukon, though there’s at least one private party slated for Whitehorse.

Doors open at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 5:30. There will be food and drinks available for sale. Admission is free but seating is limited.

To reserve seats, call the Marsh Lake Community Centre at 660-4999 or email marshlake@gmail.com.

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