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Country music star to give intimate performance at Rumball gala

St. Catharines-born Marshall Dane will be in town for an intimate show Oct. 24 at Liberty North
2019-09-05 Marshall Dane
Marshall Dane will be performing in Barrie in October. Photo supplied


Tickets are now available to see Canadian country music star Marshall Dane give an intimate, ASL interpreted performance at the Bob Rumball Foundation for the Deaf (BRFD) Celebration of Excellence gala on Oct. 24 at Liberty North on Caplan Avenue in Barrie.

This gala is the Rumball organization’s largest fundraising event of the year with 300 attendees including guest stars and speakers, the president and board of the organization, and the night’s honorees.

St. Catharines-born Marshall Dane is a five-time Country Music Association of Ontario (CMAO) Male Artist of the Year Nominee whose music is filled with themes of love, home, and kindness.

Dane just wrapped up five performances at Toronto’s CNE. He has also performed for esteemed guests such as David Suzuki, Alex Trebek, Stuart McLean, and John Huston.

With a special talent for connecting with his audience, Dane’s intimate performance will provide a unique opportunity for fans to see a more personal side of the country artist.

The Bob Rumball Foundation for the Deaf is a leader in the Canadian deaf community, advocating for the rights of deaf Canadians and providing programs, services, and supports aimed at enhancing their quality of life. These programs include mental health, developmental, seniors’, family, and education services, among many others. 

Other activities during the event include a live, silent, and penny auction; the presentation of the Reverend Bob Rumball Humanitarian Award; and a catered dinner.

Tickets are now available at or by contacting [email protected] 416-449-9651 ext. 115. Limited quantity available.