Waterboys take stage at UVic auditorium

For the first time in their 32-year history, The Waterboys will play in Victoria

The Waterboys perform May 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Farquhar Auditorium

For the first time in their 32-year history, The Waterboys will play in Victoria at the University of Victoria’s Farquhar Auditorium.

The band has explored a number of different styles over the years – depending on the era and the composition of the band at the time. They are known as a hybrid of indie rock and folk with blues and Celtic influences. The show will please fans both old and new with a selection of songs from their new album as well as fan favourites.

The Waterboys perform May 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Farquhar Auditorium, University Centre, UVic.

Tickets start at $58, $62 and $68 and are available through the UVic Ticket Centre at 250-721-8480, online at tickets.uvic.ca or in person at the University Centre. For more information, visit uvic.ca/auditorium.

 

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