BoodAbooM performs at the Black Bear Pub Friday (Dec. 23) at 7 p.m.

BoodAbooM performs at the Black Bear Pub

Trio performs a wide range of music from rock to reggae.

BoodAbooM performs at the Black Bear Pub Friday (Dec. 23) at 7 p.m.

The band consisting of Theo Massop, Gabe Vadas and Peter Surridge perform a wide range of songs from rock to reggae.

People can expect an “interesting and energetic evening of festive fun,” according to the band’s press release and to “sweeten the mix the trio will also perform unique renditions of classic dance hall favourites to keep the audience happy and hopping on the dance floor.”

Theo’s most recent album The Answer – Songs by Theo Massop was featured on Tom Lambert’s The Independent Music Network, which is broadcast to more than 800 stations across the globe. The Answer was Massop’s first release under the BoodAbooM moniker.

People can reserve their spot at the pub by calling 250-390-4800. Admission is $5 at the door.

For more information please go to www.boodaboom.com.

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