Solar Federation @ “A Night For Neil” (AN4N)
7:00 PM
St. Catharine's, Ontario, Canada
The Meridian Centre
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New Date Announced for “A Night for Neil,” honoring the late drummer of Canadian band RUSH.

Due to multiple concerns and questions regarding the current travel restrictions in Canada, Overtime Angels has rescheduled our event once more so that our attendees are fully prepared for the new date.

“A Night for Neil” is now re-scheduled for Saturday, October 22, 2022 at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharine’s, from 7:00pm-11:00pm, which happens to be a lovely time of year in Canada. This event has been carefully crafted by fans for fans and includes both memorial and celebratory segments.

Our confirmed artists for the event still include David Barrett, Brandon Dyke, Devah Quartet, Jacob Moon and Fleesh as well as Rush tribute bands Solar Federation and Permanent Waves. More artists and special guests will be announced once their re-scheduled tour dates are confirmed.

Lance Kasten, Vice President of Overtime Angels, Inc. explains, “The event will honour “The Professor” of words, lyricism and musicianship from a fan’s perspective. The outpouring of support for this event from across the globe has been tremendous.”

The charities chosen as beneficiaries of this event are:
St. Catharines Hospital and Walker Cancer Centre
The Juravinski Hospital & Cancer Centre
Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre
Hospice Niagara

Tickets purchased for this event will be honored for the new date. Should you require a refund, they are available at point of purchase. This may be accomplished up to 14 days before the event. If you don’t have tickets and want to celebrate Neil’s life together with other fans, find yourself a seat we will see you there!

Neil Ellwood Peart was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on September 12, 1952, and raised in St. Catharines. He became the drummer and main lyricist for RUSH in 1974 and spent more than four decades with the band. Along with his bandmates, Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, Neil was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1996. He passed away on Tuesday, January 7th, 2020, after a more than three-year battle with glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer. For more information on Neil Peart’s life and legacy visit

We thank you all for your patience during these difficult times and appreciate the support we are getting for this once in a lifetime event. Press inquiries, please contact Donna Halper via email.

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