The Headstones
The Headstones lead vocalist Hugh Dillon - Photo by Colin Smith Photography

In case you missed it, Victoria was rocked on Thursday night by a sold-out concert featuring Snake and the Chain and headlined by The Headstones.

What was once known as Sugar Nightclub – now the Capital Ballroom – experienced one of Canada’s best hard rock bands, on tour in support of their newest album Little Army.

Along with classics and new hits, the Kingston-based band also incorporated two Tragically Hip covers into their set, paying tribute to the recent passing of Gord Downie.

Photos:

Snake and the Chain
Snake and the Chain – Photo by Colin Smith Photography
Snake and the Chain
Snake and the Chain – Photo by Colin Smith Photography
Snake and the Chain
Snake and the Chain (lead singer Bif Naked) – Photo by Colin Smith Photography
The Headstones
Photo by Colin Smith Photography
The Headstones
Photo by Colin Smith Photography
The Headstones
Photo by Colin Smith Photography
The Headstones
Photo by Colin Smith Photography
The Headstones
The Headstones – Photo by Colin Smith Photography
The Headstones
The Headstones’ Hugh Dillon sings to the crowd – Photo by Colin Smith Photography

If you didn’t get a chance to experience last night’s doozy of a concert, here’s a taste of what the Headstones brought to Victoria.

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