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- $35 for two tickets to Through the Decades, including $5 in slot play per ticket (up to an $80 value)
- When: Sunday, September 29 at 7 p.m.
- Where: Starlight Casino
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Select food items and drinks available for purchase.<p>
The BCLC reminds each gamer to “Know your limit, play within it.” Must be 19 or older.<p>
*Bonus for Encore members. With the purchase of an Through the Decades ticket, receive a $5 Free Slot Play coupon. Valid at Starlight Casino only. Present ID with ticket at Guest Services. Must be an Encore Member. One coupon per person. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Not an Encore member? Free to join. Know your limit, play within it. Must be 19 or older.<p>
Through the Decades
The March Hare Band is something like a four-piece time machine, traversing the waves of popular music from the 50's through the 70's. The trip begins with Jenny Moase transforming into Patsy Cline, declaring her heartbreak from the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. From there, Dan Hare, Andy Smyth, and Ian Paxton may don the rugged beards of ZZ Top, or slip into the colourful uniforms of the Beatles. Memories of Motown, disco, and freedom rock fly as the group pivots from star to star, ushering in a set from Elvis or a shower of sequins from Michael Jackson. Live music and multimedia effects display the years in vivid, technicolour relief. ####Starlight Casino More than 30 table games pepper the floor of Starlight Casino, beckoning high rollers and those who just want to test their luck for a night. Around them, slot machines ding and whistle, accepting every denomination from pennies to dollars. These diversions join together with five dining options and regular entertainment to create a singular stop for a night of fun and an easy test to see if your brain has been replaced by a probability calculator.