Contributed photo Platinum Blonde, featuring original band members Mark Holmes and Sergio Galli, wraps up this year’s TD Concerts at the Pier series Saturday at 8:30 p.m.

Platinum Blonde to close TD Concerts at the Pier series

Legendary 1980s band returns for set on White Rock’s waterfront

Legendary 1980s Canadian band Platinum Blonde headlines the finale of this year’s TD Concerts at the Pier series this Saturday (Aug. 19).

The band will wrap up the series with a set starting at 8:30 p.m. on the concert stage next to the White Rock Museum and Archives.

Fondly remembered for such hits as Standing In The Dark, Doesn’t Really Matter, Situation Critical, Crying Over You, Somebody Somewhere and Hungry Eyes, Platinum Blonde includes original members Mark Holmes (vocals and guitar), and Sergio Galli (guitars), with drummer Dan Todd.

Opening act Spirit starts the music at 7 p.m.

TD Concerts at the Pier series, now in its third year, is presented by the White Rock BIA – in partnership with TD Canada Trust, the City of White Rock and REMAX.

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