Beatles tribute band Fab Fourever will perform on June 18.

Tribute bands rock Central City

June 18 Surrey Festival features multiple performers.

Wish you could still see your favorite oldies group perform?

If you head to downtown Surrey June 18, you’ll experience the next best thing.

Tribute bands of The Beatles, ABBA, Fleetwood Mac, Billy Joel, Rod Stewart and Johnny Cash will all perform at Central City Plaza for Surrey Fest Downtown (formerly the Whalley Festival).

Travel back in rock ‘n’ roll time to see performers sing classics such as “Help,” “Dancing Queen,” and “Uptown Girl.”

The free community event is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will also feature plenty of family activities and displays, as well as an interactive and entertaining Youth Zone for teens.

“This year, we have renamed the festival Surrey Fest Downtown to reflect the change in our neighbourhood,” says Bonnie Burnside, president of Whalley Community Association. “But you can expect to see a lot of the familiar organizations that participated in previous Whalley Festivals. The North Surrey Lions, Whalley Daycare and lots of others will be there to serve up food and fun for families of all ages.”

Central City Plaza is located at 13450 102 Ave., across from the North Surrey Recreation Centre and Surrey Central SkyTrain station.

For further information, call 604-580-2321, visit www.downtownsurreybia.com or www.surreyfest.com

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