Tribute to the women of rock at the Royal

Totally Tom Petty hosts The Women of Rock, a special dinner show in the Royal Hotel show lounge on April 20

Totally Tom Petty hosts The Women of Rock at the Royal Hotel show lounge on April 20.

Several powerful female artists have emerged from the world of rock music.

Totally Tom Petty hosts The Women of Rock, a special dinner theatre live show in the Royal Hotel show lounge on Saturday night.

The seasoned tribute artists from Vancouver will be showcasing the mega hits of Tom Petty, Blondie, Pat Benatar and Stevie Nicks.

Phil Dunget hits the stage as Tom Petty, while his partner, Linda Maze puts on the wigs and personas of Debbie Harry, as well as Chrissie Hynde, Benatar and Nicks.

It’s a full band experience, offering some of the best in Canadian live entertainment.

Women of Rock show, Apirl 20, starts at 7:30 p.m. with doors open at 6 p.m. and dinner buffet at 6:20 p.m. Show tickets only are: $27, or show with dinner: $42. Tix at the Royal Café or charge by phone at 604.392.9355 or 45886 Wellington Ave.

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