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Andy Kim Christmas Show Lineup Announced

Kim — who will be inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in December — will host his signature fundraising event at the Toronto's Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Dec. 5, with Broken Social Scene, Billy Talent, Ron Sexsmith, Bif Naked, Hayden, Mary Margaret O'Hara and Theo Tams.

Andy Kim Christmas Show Lineup Announced

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Andy Kim is again bringing together his favorite musical friends in December to perform as part of his Andy Kim Christmas Show to support is the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)’s Gifts of Light, which provides Christmas gifts to the hospital’s patients with mental illness and addiction problems.


Kim — who will be inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in December — will host his signature fundraising event at the Toronto's Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Dec. 5, with Broken Social Scene, Billy Talent, Ron Sexsmith, Bif Naked, Hayden, Mary Margaret O'Hara and Theo Tams.

Tickets for the all-ages, seated, event range from $52.50 to $150 (plus service charges), available from Ticketmaster.

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The "Rock Me Gently" singer in a statement said this year's Andy Kim Christmas Show is his 14th and coincides with an important anniversary year for him when he was just a teenager.

-- Continue reading Etan Vlessing's story on the SamaritanMag website

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