Satisfaction - The International Rolling Stones Show plays Maple Ridge on the weekend. The international touring tribute show is celebrating its 10th anniversary with over 1,600 performances to date. This highly-acclaimed production showcases an authentic cast and costumes, Chris LeGrand acting as producer and performing as Mick Jagger. LeGrand and the cast have been featured in Rolling Stone, Showbiz Magazine, Las Vegas Today, CBS Sunday morning news and hundreds of national newspapers, magazines, television and radio shows. LeGrand founded the show in 2001 with the goal of producing the first touring tribute show in honor of the “world’s greatest rock and roll nand.” In 2005, the production became the first ever Rolling Stones show to debut on the Las Vegas strip to outstanding reviews. The show was also a featured artist on national television news in the 2007 CBS New special on the rising popularity of the tribute industry. For 2008, the show was chosen by Paramount Pictures and the IMAX Corporation to help promote the new Rolling Stones concert film Shine a Light by Martin Scorsese throughout the U.S.A. In 2010, the show received their highest accolades ever when they were approved by the Rolling Stones to perform long term engagements with the Walt Disney Corporation.
• Satisfaction - The International Rolling Stones Show plays the ACT in Maple Ridge Thursday, April 7 at 7:30 p.m. There are no other dates in Metro Vancouver.