Last week, Canadian rockers the Headstones announced a 17-city, cross-country tour and the Interior of B.C. was noticeably absent.
But this week, the band announced they were adding more dates in the west, including another stop right here in Kamloops on Nov. 20.
They last played a show in the River City almost one year prior to this show's date, on Nov. 13, 2017. The concert will be at the newly reopened CJ's Nightclub.
The hard-rocking Kingston band's tour celebrates the 25-year anniversary of their debut platinum album Picture of Health.
The band hasn't been active for that entire stretch, breaking up in 2003 as lead singer Hugh Dillon went on to pursue acting opportunities on shows like Flashpoint.
The group reunited in 2011.
They also announced shows in Calgary, Edmonton and in Kelowna on Nov. 26.
The Matchstick Skeletons will open for them. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets can be found on KamTix.