LIGHT OF DAY SHINES WITH JERSEY SHORE SUPERSTARS & LOCAL HEROS!
Date: April 13th, 7:00 pm
LIGHT OF DAY SHINES WITH JERSEY SHORE SUPERSTARS & LOCAL HEROS
Canada’s Top Sports Announcer Emcees The Evening LHSC Wins!
Light Of Day is back in London! Headlining this year, straight from the Jersey Shore – Southside Johnny & The Asbury Dukes at Norman Jean’s, Friday April
13th. One of Canada’s top sports announcers, Dave Hodge will move the evening along featuring colourful commentary. The night features a full slate of music with Joe D’Urso (also from Asbury Park NJ), Miss Emily (Kingston ON), Jason Heath (Los Angeles CA) and because this is also part of Jack Richardson London Music Week (#JRLMW2018) celebrations, London’s own Kate Channer, Sarina Haggarty, plus London’s most fun band the Attic Apostles add support. The night will blast like a Sydney Crosby slap shot.
Light Of Day 2017, featuring Steve Earle and additional shows in Niagara, Toronto and Kingston, helped raise $10,000 for Parkinson’s research with a cheque
presented to London Health Sciences Movement Disorder Centre. With the help of all the band’s and volunteers donating their time and energy to this year’s cause, we hope to again have successful events in all four cities creating awareness throughout Southern Ontario and raising money for our community.
Who: Light of Day
What: Southside Johnny & The Asbury Dukes with Emcee Dave Hodge
When: Friday April 13, 2018 doors at 6:30, music starts at 7:00.
Where: Norma Jeans, 1332 Huron St, London ON 519.455.7711
For more information On Light Of Day 2018 and corporate sponsorship packages:
About Light Of Day Canada:
Light of Day Canada Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and Care has raised a staggering
$400,000 in the last 11 years. What began in 2007 with two modest events in Niagara Falls and
Toronto has expanded to include shows in Hamilton, St. Catharines, Kingston and London
including shows at the Meridian Centre, the Scotiabank Convention Centre and the Phoenix
Concert Theatre. Light of Day Canada is committed to raising money through various events to
distribute to organizations that support Parkinson’s research and care for those living with the
disease. We work closely with The Light of Day Foundation (U.S.), The Steve Ludzik
Foundation (Niagara ON), Queen’s University Neuroscience Centre (Kingston ON), the London
Health Sciences Movement Disorder Centre (London ON), and the Parkinson’s Society of