The Zombies with Altameda

Showtime: Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Location: Hammerson Hall

Tickets: $60 & up (HST included, service fees extra)

Show suitable for: All ages

An LAC Presents show

Tickets

Tickets are on sale online and at the Living Arts Centre box office.
Reserved seating.
All sales final.

Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Show time: 8:00 p.m.
Prices: $60.00 - $90.00


 

Reserve a table for pre-show dining at LIVE Restaurant
Call: 905-615-3200 ext. 6116
Email: live.restaurant@mississauga.ca

 

The Story

Iconic British psychedelic pop legends The Zombies have returned to celebrate their long-awaited Induction into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Fittingly, the Induction Ceremony took place exactly 50 years to-the-day after The Zombies’ classic “Time of the Season” first hit #1 on the charts in America. 

The band’s live performances, described by Rolling Stone as “absolutely triumphant,” take fans on a journey through time, from their early hits…their 1968 masterpiece Odessey & Oracle …post-Zombies solo favourites…right to today with Still Got That Hunger.

The explosive release of Still Got That Hunger proved that Zombies fever is stronger than ever, with premieres at Rolling Stone, Mojo, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian Speakeasy, and Spin, alongside special broadcast performances, including Later… With Jools Holland, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Conan, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, CBS Saturday Morning and AOL Sessions. Moreover, it marked a historical moment on the Billboard charts, as The Zombies’ critically acclaimed album Odessey And Oracle re-entered the Billboard 100 forty-eight years later at the same time as Still Got That Hunger!

The band’s 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction marked a major triumph in their 5-decade career, but you can be sure they will not rest on their laurels. The Zombies story continues on….!

The show will now include Altameda

Like much of Altameda’s stunning new album, Born Losers, the line is at once simple and profound, a visceral snapshot of a moment in time that speaks to something far deeper about the human condition.

“When you’re making music, there’s no promise of anything working out the way you hope it will,” says Snaterse. “You just have to love the process and learn to stay excited and invigorated by the adventure instead of spending your time obsessing about the future and the fragility of it all.”

Nothing lasts forever, but if you’re lucky, you might leave something behind that carries your memory on long after you’re dead: a suit, a song, a bit of wisdom. Life is short. Don’t go wishing it away.