Men Playing Guitar at Canucks Country Rocks

Help support programs and resources for mental health.


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Add to Calendar 20210429 190000 20210429 200000 America/Vancouver Canuck Country Rocks Help support programs and resources for mental health. This event is hosted on the Canuck YouTube channel.

Address

This event is hosted on the Canuck YouTube channel.

Tickets & Pricing

Early Bird $15.00 (plus fees)

General Admission $20.00 (plus fees)

Canuck Country Rocks is an annual concert event that aims to raise funds towards mental health awareness and resources for our community. The City of Surrey and Sport Surrey is proudly co-hosting a virtual version of the show alongside the Canucks Alumni Association, which will be broadcasted and live streamed across Canada.

 

Canuck Country Rocks Livestream

Are you ready to rock? Join us for a virtual country rock celebration with Canuck Country Rocks! Presented by RYU Apparel, this year’s online event features performances from some of your favorite country-music performers, on and off the ice! The livestream will feature local talent, alongside a silent auction, prizes and more! Grab your country boots, hat, and get ready to rock out to support a good cause!

Proceeds raised support programs and local resources for mental health. 

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About Canucks Alumni

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.  

As integral ambassadors of the game of hockey, the NHL, the Vancouver Canucks, and the Vancouver Canucks Alumni, have helped raise close to $5 million dollars since 1953, for British Columbia charities serving children and families through various events on and off the ice. Some of these organizations include Canuck Place Children's Hospice, Boys and Girls Club of South Coast BC, Canucks Autism Network, Canucks for Kids Fund, Kidsport, BC Special Olympics, BC Children’s Hospital, and many well-deserving charities throughout British Columbia.