Gravity marks Our Lady Peace’s creative convergence with Metallica producer Bob Rock and POD/Nickelback mixer Randy Staub to bring a simpler, more aggressive sound to their music.
Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. performance in RIT’s Clark Gymnasium.
Tickets, $20 for the public, are available at the RIT game room and candy counter in the Student Alumni Union. Tickets can also be purchased by phone with a credit card at 475-2239. The concert is sponsored by the College Activities Board.
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