Vancouver’s greatest Alternative Rock Band performs at one of their largest venues ever!!
Eleven09 LIVE at The Rio Theatre!! with opening act Patrick Maliha’s Vanity Project
Saturday April 18th, 2015
Price: $12 in Advance through Eventbrite, $20 at The Door
Doors: 7:00 pm
Showtime: 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm (Intermission after opening act)
Advance tickets also include a FREE ticket ($10 value) to the May 13th, 2015 show at the Rio Theatre featuring The Gentlemen Hecklers!!
*** PLEASE NOTE: This is a licensed event so it is strictly 19+ ***
eleven09 is a Canadian indie pop/rock band made up of Sami Ghawi, David Spidel, Nathan Tapsas & Gaelen O’Hagan. The band was created in November 2012 in Coquitlam, British Columbia and performs regularly in Vancouver, White Rock and the BC lower mainland. Their growing fan base appreciates their highly entertaining and energetic stage presence, audience interactivity, and lighthearted fun nature.
Eleven09’s mission is to entertain and spread good vibes by getting people dancing & feeling the love. Their songs tell stories through catchy musical hooks and easy to understand lyrics intended to resonate, elevate and inspire. Their first released single, “Love Somebod”y, aims to be a global anthem of love and kindness. They are currently promoting their first album, also entitled “Love Somebody”, while working in studio on their next album!
Patrick Maliha’s Vanity Project:
Patrick Maliha is best known as being one of Canada’s top MC’s and funniest comedians. His credits include, World Record Holder Most Impressions In Under One-Minute, The Comedy Network, CTV, CBC, Bite TV, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, CKNW, Vancouver Comedy Fest, Winnipeg Comedy Fest, The Gentlemen Hecklers and The Northwest Comedy Fest.
Patrick shall be bringing his unique style of stand-up comedy to his second home, The Rio theatre on April 18th as he opens for the incredibly talented classic indy pop rock band, Eleven09. Known for never being shy to experiment on stage, for this show Patrick will have the full backing of a four-piece rock band as he not only performs re-interpretations of his most popular material, but also puts his unique spin on some of rocks most common (and uncommon songs).