Hart Legacy Wrestling holds matches at Bailey Theatre

By Murray Green

A full season of great shows and concerts have been planned for the Bailey Theatre for 2022-23. The season launch party will be held on August 24 at 5 p.m.

Prior to the shows and concerts, Hart Legacy Wrestling will be offering Off Script wrestling.

Stu Hart of Stampede Wrestling delivered quality and quantity to keep the spirit of wrestling alive for many years in Calgary and worldwide. Hart Legacy Wrestling would like to deliver the same punch. The goal is to develop a world renowned company based out of Canada and the USA, by being forward thinking and using old school techniques with a twist of modern.

Wrestling begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday, 
August 25.

Here is a sneak peak at some of the acts. It starts with the Cod Tongues who are a five-piece band covering high energy Celtic music on Thursday, September 1
 at 8 p.m.

Mac Daddy–The Fleetwood Mac Experience celebrates the music of Fleetwood Mac’s songs from the ’70s and ’80s.

Based out of Edmonton and performing since 2016, this all-star lineup of musicians and vocalists has quickly become a favorite across Canada. They are in Camrose on Saturday, September 10 beginning at 
8 p.m.

Elvis–The Early Years, is an authentic tribute to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll starring multi-award winning Elvis Tribute Artist Jaedyn Pilon. This multimedia stage-show will take the audience on a musical journey recreating some of the most iconic moments of Elvis’ career, from its start in 1954 to his final concert in 1961, before his seven year hiatus from live performances. This concert is on Friday, September 16 at 7 p.m.

Acts of Charity plays will be presented by Infinite Imagination. They showcase different aspects of mental health.

Red by John Logan, is based on a moment of time in the life of Mark Rothko the great American painter. It is performed by Logan and Mike Hicks.

Every Brilliant Thing by Duncan MacMillan, a story about the little things that add up making life worthwhile is performed by Trevor McTavish.

This is a mental health fundraiser. Proceeds from these performances will be used to support the St. Mary’s Hospital Mental Health and Addictions Unit 3 and the Men’s Shed of Camrose. Shows are on Friday, September 23 and Saturday, September 24 beginning at 6:30 p.m.

The Bailey Buckaroos have special guests featured each month with a classic country music extravaganza, which is fun for the whole family. The first of 10 shows is on Sunday, September 25 starting at 2 p.m.

Alberta’s Calvin Vollrath was named the Grand North American Fiddle Champion on two occasions and has composed several hundred original tunes, including five songs for the Vancouver Olympics. He plays many different styles: from Don Messer, to old time country music, to Elvis Presley and will be performing both old favorites and original songs.