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Fixed Income - Four Guys, Four Guitars, Endless Fun

a Park Theatre Fundraiser
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698 Osborne Street

Winnipeg, MB R3L 2B9

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Fixed Income - Four Guys, Four Guitars, Endless Fun

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Fixed Income

Live at the Park

Tuesday, October 26th

Doors 7 pm Show 8 pm

a Park Theatre Fundraiser Event

Tickets $15 plus fees in advance, $20 at the doors

If you asked any of the members of Fixed Income to sum up their musical collaboration in two words, the response would likely be this:

“Pure joy.”

Since forming as an offshoot of an ongoing jam-session series that had been occurring in various Winnipeg basements for more than two decades, Fixed Income – lead guitarist Al Phimister, multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Clay DeBolt and guitarist/vocalists Dale Ward and Brad Oswald – has assembled an ever-expanding setlist that has been a crowd-pleaser wherever they’ve unpacked their instruments and set up their gear to play. Their goal at every show is as simple and direct as Fixed Income’s sound: “Four guys. Four guitars. Endless fun.”

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698 Osborne Street

Winnipeg, MB R3L 2B9

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The Park Theatre, now in its fifteenth year of operations and has grown into one of Winnipeg’s premier live event venues. With over 300 events a year spanning music, comedy, theatre, and film, the room has become home to an expansive community of artists.

In 2014 The Park Theatre was awarded “Venue of the Year” at the Western Canadian Music Award’s, after being nominated for the same award in both 2012 and 2013.

The venue itself is a renovated movie theatre that opened in the fall of 1915. While many of Winnipeg’s neighbourhood theatres have been demolished or “repurposed” into bowling alleys or retail stores. The Park managed to hold out for 73 years before fate caught up with it. After sitting vacant for nearly a decade it was revived into what is now one of Winnipeg’s most popular live music venues.

With its high-quality sound, great atmosphere, two full-service bars, and premier live entertainment from local acts to international touring artists, it’s no wonder that artists and audiences alike keep coming back.

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