By Cole Parkinson
The saying ‘better late than never’ certainly applies to the coming Vauxhall Centennial as organizers have been stuck in pandemic rules and regulations over the last two years.
But with 2022 seeing no restrictions in Alberta, Vauxhall will finally be able to host its 100-year party two years later. And with that, local country star Trevor Panczak is readying to hit the town with his band to entertain.
“It’s been two years in the making and it’s good to finally be able to do this show,” he said. “We’ve got our full band and we’ve got our high energy country music with some original music, some covers, and a splash of rock. It will be one of those nights and it’s basically the same show we’ll be playing at Centrefield Music Festival with Brett Kissel and the Wilkinson’s. We’re bringing it on home to Vauxhall.”
Over the pandemic, live shows were few and far between for all musicians and Panczak dealt with it by heading back to the farm and being around his family. And with two years of live shows being rebooked, 2022 is shaping up to be the busiest year ever for Panczak.
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