STORM THE PALACE WILL BE PERFORMING AT GOOSE BALL. PRESS RELEASE: New York has the Met Gala. Port Hope has the Goose Ball! On May 6, Critical Mass Art will celebrate The Goose Ball, a free event (if you have a 2023 annual membership!) that invites Port Hopers of all stripes to express your individuality and flaunt your unique style as you walk the ‘Art Couture’ runway and dance the night away in a safe,…

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Halloween 2016! Tickets on sale NOW!!

Last year’s SOLD OUT Halloween Event is coming back to Port Hope! Storm the Palace and Northumberland Fare Share Food Bank partner to bring you the sequel you’ve been waiting for… HAUNTED HALLOWEEN RETRO DANCE PARTY 2 Saturday October 29th 2016 Port Hope Town Park Recreation Centre 62 McCaul St, Port Hope New location, Same SPOOK-TACULAR Party!!! – STORM THE PALACE, the premiere Retro 80’s party band playing the scariest Alternative, New Wave, Rock &…

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Tickets Going Fast for 2nd Annual New Year’s Eve Retro Party!

  New Year’s Eve is fast approaching! If you haven’t already got them, make a B-Line to either Long & McQuade in Cobourg or PharmaSave in Port Hope to purchase your tickets for what is certain to be THE PREMIERE New Year’s Eve party in Northumberland. Tickets are only $15.00 each, there will be a light buffet, prizes, and 3 RETRO-TASTIC sets by the hardest working band in the area, Storm The Palace! Along with…

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March 21st at The Station Pub: NON-STOP ELECTRO 80s!

Storm The Palace - 80s cover band Port Hope

Our drummer Tim may be down South working on his tan, but the Station Pub Residency must go on! Join us this Saturday @ 10:00pm for a night of programmed beats in perfect quantization courtesy of the 808’s, 909’s, Linn Drums and DrumTrax. It will be all your favourite drum-machine based Retro 80s for One Night Only! https://www.facebook.com/events/1054797624536855/ http://www.porthopehbia.com/item/mcneils-public-house/    

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Station Pub residency has begun!!

Storm The Palace *0's Cover Band Toronto Area

Our residency at The Station Pub in Port Hope started last week and was a unanimous success. The bitter cold did not stop people from coming out for a drink and a dance. Some revelers could even be seen dancing outside while Storm The Palace delivered 3 sets plus a handful of encores to an enthusiastic audience. “My favourite memory of the night was the look on late comers faces as, upon entering, they were…

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