The Arrogant Worms are coming to Penticton’s Dream Cafe this March (Contributed)

Arrogant Worms coming to Penticton March 11

The comedic trio are back from their out-of-this-world performances with Chris Hadfield

Canadian comedic trio the Arrogant Worms are coming to Penticton on March 11.

From the song of the Last Saskatchewan Pirate to explaining exactly how Canada is Really Big, they offer audiences a family-friendly and above all else, funny, night out.

The Arrogant Worms will be on stage at the Dream Cafe on Front Street, with doors opening at 6 p.m. and the show starting at 8 p.m.

Mike McCormick, Chris Patterson and Trevor Strong, have made audiences laugh with their quick-witted banter, and even wittier songs, since 1991.

Whether they are parodying various musical styles, or just poking fun at the Great White North — with 15 albums to pull from — they have ways of making anyone laugh.

Tickets are available from the Dream Cafe online or in-person for $30 for a regular ticket and $40 for a premium ticket.

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