Green Day tribute 21 Guns takes aim at Campbell River’s Tidemark Theatre

Get ready for a night of Theatrics, Shenanigans and Live Green Day Music that is guaranteed to induce an intoxicating, high energy party atmosphere.

21 Guns have taken aim on the Tidemark Theatre in Campbell River.

Get ready for a night of Theatrics, Shenanigans and Live Green Day Music that is guaranteed to induce an intoxicating, high energy party atmosphere.

21 Guns have taken aim on the Tidemark Theatre in Campbell River.

Their hard rocking punk performance promises to be wildly entertaining, unpredictable and unforgettable.

For diehard fans, this is like a Green Day dream come true.

Campbell River’s own Marv “St. Jimmy” Westrum stars as the charismatic Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong.

Standing tall in a pair of Chuck Taylors, Westrum fills Billie Joe’s shoes with raw talent, commanding stage presence and an unstoppable flow of high energy.

“Have you ever experienced something that gave you goose bumps? Felt something that put a shiver down your spine? …THAT! He does THAT!” Westrum says.

Contagious energy that spreads like a virus to invade you from the inside out… Over 20 years experience in live musical performance. A well seasoned professional frontman, vocalist and guitarist. …Marv Westrum is larger than life as his 21 Guns alter ego St. Jimmy.

Whether it’s the music, the make-up, the gags or the gimmicks, 21 Guns has taken their act to the extreme.

“We look like Green Day. We sound like Green Day. We act like Green Day. And Like Billie Joe would say: Rock and Roll is supposed to be about rebellion, it’s supposed to be dangerous. That’s the side that we choose. We’re not looking to make everybody happy.”

When asked what people can expect from their performance, 21 Guns has only these words: “Rage and Love.”

21 Guns – Salute To Green Day will be presented Friday, June 17, 7:30-10:30 p.m.

Featuring Marv “St. Jimmy” Westrum as Billie Joe Armstrong, Jayme “The Disappearing Boy” Langen as Mike Dirnt and Gary “Drumheller” Langen as Tre Cool. With appearances by Nurse Gloria Whatsername, “21 Guns Sally” and The Last Of The American Girls.

Purchase tickets on-line at www.tidemarktheatre.com or by phone at 1-250-287-7465 or toll free at 1-800-994-0555. Buy tickets in person at Tidemark Theatre, 1220 Shoppers Row (Regular Ticket Centre hours: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday).

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