Randy Oxford and his all-star band are coming to Mission on Oct. 13.

Randy Oxford and his all-star band are coming to The Stage in Mission

Concert set for Saturday, Oct. 13

The Stage in Mission will be filled with music on Saturday night.

Washington state Entertainer of the Year Randy Oxford and his all-star band are coming to town.

This musical extravaganza takes place on Oct. 13 at The Stage. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online at thestageinmission.ca.

Oxford has been honoured with more than 25 prestigious music awards in his 15-year history.

He is known for his unique approach to the trombone and his ability to ignite an audience’s enthusiasm wherever he plays.

Oxford has also been a regular host and performer on the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise for the past 12 years and he plays in the highly acclaimed Bender Brass Band at the Big Blues Bender in Las Vegas.

This highly entertaining group has toured Canada, the U.S. and Central America, including appearances at major blues festivals in Canada, such as the Calgary International Blues Festival and the Festival International Du Blues De Tremblant in Mont-Tremblant.

Oxford always brings his regular six-piece ensemble with him and then adds in local special guests from any area he is playing in.

Visit oxfordentertainment.com for more.

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