Sons ride in for kids

The Sons of Anarchy are coming to Kelowna in support of Kids Care charity fundraiser

Konquer Motorcycles in Kelowna is hosting a fundraiser Aug. 15 for the Kids Care charity and is bringing in a couple Sons of Anarchy cast members for the event.

The Sons of Anarchy are coming to Kelowna.

A couple of stars from the hit television series are making an appearance at Konquer Motorcycles in Kelowna for the Kids Care charity fundraiser on Aug. 15, from 6 to 11 p.m.

Making an appearance will be Kim Coates, who appeared in 95 episodes as the character Alex ‘Tig’ Trager, and Theo Rossi, in 93 episodes as Juan Carlos ‘Juice’ Ortiz.

The motorcycle dealership, located at 892 McCurdy Pl., will host a meet and greet with the two SOA stars.

Sons of Anarchy was an American crime drama television series created by Kurt Sutter, about the lives of a close-knit outlaw motorcycle club operating in Charming, a fictional town in California’s Central Valley.

Tig was the sexually deviant, prone-to-violence Sergeant-at-Arms of the club when the series begins while ‘Juice’ is the club’s hacker and intelligence officer.

Some 350 tickets will be sold for the event, which will include a Sons Of Anarchy T-shirt, poster, catered sit-down dinner by Routes Grille, live local band Rumble 100, and a chance to meet both actors.

 

There will also be a cash bar making it 19-plus event. Tickets are $125/person.

 

 

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