Canuck Country Rocks

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Celebrating its fifth year, Canuck Country Rocks, presented by RYU Apparel is a fun evening of entertainment and fundraising. The City of Surrey and the Vancouver Canucks Alumni Association are proud to host the 2021 Canuck Country Rocks Virtual Concert on April 29, 2021 at 7:00 pm. The concert is all about music, hockey greats and for raising much needed funds for Mental Health programs throughout British Columbia.

Meghan Patrick has confirmed that she will bring her own high energy performance, joining headliner Dallas Smith, along with Aaron Pritchett, ODDS, Chad Brownlee and Jo Jo Mason. Former Vancouver Canucks favorites Kirk McLean, Harold Snepsts, Cliff Ronning, Dave Babych, Kevin Bieksa, Corey Hirsch and Gary Nylund will also be a part of this year’s Alumni line-up.  Some other special guests joining the show include Corner Gas star Brent Butt plus Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson – both from Global’s TV hit ‘Private Eyes.’

This year’s concert will be available virtually across Canada because of the current healthcare restrictions due to COVID 19. The Vancouver Canucks Alumni Foundation, as in the past, is committed to growing this event while also supporting charity organizations within British Columbia.  With this year’s focus on Mental Health awareness, Heads Up Guys, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, Coast Mental Health and Lifted: The Dallas Smith Charitable Organization will benefit from the April 29th charity event.

Early bird tickets are $15.00 and General Admission $20.00 (plus fees) . For more information and to purchase tickets, go to


The Vancouver Canucks Alumni Foundation dedicates financial resources to assist charities that support children’s health and wellness, foster the development of grassroots hockey, and facilitate and encourage education throughout British Columbia.


(Photos by Jack Murray)

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