The Lost Fingers in Concert
Enjoy a night of fabulous music with French-Canadian band The Lost Fingers!
Date & Time
Tickets & Pricing
Zone A $45, Zone B $35, Zone C $25.
Patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination and government ID to enter Surrey Civic Theatres. To keep your visit safe, masks must be worn by patrons born in 2016 or earlier (5+), regardless of vaccination status.
“The Lost Fingers blew the roof off the tent. What a performance!!! They were absolutely outstanding.”—Jan Riley, Artistic Director, PEI Jazz & Blues
Surrey Civic Theatres just upped the funk! Join us for a night of groovy and eclectic tunes with French Canadian sensations The Lost Fingers! This unique band well known for their unique sound, Django gypsy jazz style with a hint of blue grass is sure to get your toes tapping! Their repertoire includes decades of well-known hits that they’ve given The Lost Fingers spin to, including favourites such as “Black Betty”, “Venus”, “(I Just) Died In Your Arms Tonight”, “Groove Is in the Heart”, “Lovefool”, and “Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)”. Using remarkable musicianship, heavenly vocals and creative arrangements, along with a keen sense of humour and eccentric fashion, this quartet transforms pop/rock music classics! Let them take you on an entertaining music journey through everything from AC/DC, Stevie Wonder, Kool & The Gang, and Stromae. This will be a high energy and fun show, perfect for music lovers, pop-culture aficionados, and even conservative jazz experts!
About The Lost Fingers
The Lost Fingers have sold over 400,000 albums around the world including their Canadian double-platinum selling Lost in the 80s album, and gold-selling Rendez-vous Rose album. They’ve toured Canada coast to coast and performed in over 22 different countries including the US, Russia, France, Spain, Lithuania, Turkey, United Emirates, New Caledonia and Colombia. They’ve shared the stage with a long list of top-selling artists, most notably Celine Dion, when they performed together on TV’s Star Academie. They have also collaborated and performed with respected jazz/studio musicians such as the late George Harrison’s favorite guitarist Robin Nolan, Elton John’s band leader/guitarist John Jorgenson, and guitar virtuoso Andreas Oberg.