Freaker’s Ball takes place on Oct. 29

Les Folles Jambettes hosts this years Freaker's Ball

Eat, drink and be scary at the Freaker’s Ball on Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Grand Forks Wildlife Hall.

Hosted by Les Folles Jambettes cancan dance troupe and featuring music by Roxy, a band based in Nelson who has been rocking audiences throughout the Kootenays for the past three years.

This five-piece band, fronted by female singer Rease Warner, covers a broad range of tunes by artists such as Sheryl Crow​, Aretha Franklin​, Bonnie Raitt​​, The Police​, U2, and many more.

The doors open at 8 p.m. and tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door.

Alcohol will be served during festivities and minors are not permitted. Advance tickets are available at Thistle Pot Gifts and The Source in Grand Forks and at Huckleberry Mountain Market in Christina Lake.

submitted by Melanie Shenstone

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