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$50.00 per night HST included + ticket service fee

$125.00 weekend pass HST included + ticket service fee

 $110.00 SPECIAL EARLY BIRD weekend pass HST included + ticket service fee (available only until May 31, 2017)

GENERAL ADMISSION

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Multi-platinum SUM 41 led by vocalist, guitarist, composer and producer Deryck Whibley will rock Empire Square and their legions of fans with their hits “Fat Lip”, “In Too Deep”, “With Me”, “All To Blame” and “To War and Fake My Own Death”.  Their recent album 13 Voices was released in October 2016 coinciding with a performance on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Special Guests:  THE FLATLINERS career is a testament to perseverance and dedication.  A line-up that has never strayed from the original members, who met as teenagers.  The Flatliners hold fast to the DIY punk rock ethos that has been at the groups core from the beginning.  Their latest album, is titled Inviting Light.

East coast bred, Toronto based rockers THE TREWS are without a doubt a true Empire favourite!  Thrilling their audiences, both in The Empire Theatre and outside at Empire Square.  Their songs “Tired Of Waiting”, “Sing Your Heart Out”, “Not Ready To Go” and “Highway Of Heroes” are Canadian rock anthems.  Touring coast to coast, performing at multiple prestigious festivals along the way, THE TREWS, are always up for a great rockin’ party!

Special Guest:  JAKE CLEMONS, makes his Empire Rockfest debut!  Clemons divides his time touring the world with his own music and performing as saxophonist with Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.  Hailing from Virginia, the singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and his band will be performing songs from his newest release Fear & Love.

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Hailing from Saskatoon and prairie proud, THE SHEEPDOGS make their Empire Rockfest debut on the heels of their sold out concert at The Empire Theatre in early 2016.  Hot guitar licks and infectious sing-a-long chorus’ are the trademark of their songs “I Don’t Know”, “Feeling Good”, “I’m Going To Be Myself” and “Downtown”.

The next generation of great Canadian rock to emerge from the limestone city, THE GLORIOUS SONS, make their triumphant return to Empire Rockfest, after performing one of the most electrifying sets in the festival’s history, last year.  “Hard Times”, “The Contender”, “Love Under Fire” and their newest single “Kill The Lights” are just some of the highlights anticipated by their loyal followers.