THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE – FriDAy, April 21, 2023 Page 17 THE SOUNDS | FROM PAGE 16 can also be reached at 1-617257-4847. WildFire Concert at Kowloon tomorrow night The Kowloon Restaurant is set to host WildFire live in concert at a dance party set for tomorrow (Saturday, April 22) at 8 p.m. at the Route 1 landmark in Saugus. Tickets are $10. WildFire is a fivepiece band playing rock, such as AC/DC and Journey, to R&B and “hip-shaking” sounds of Shakira and Lady Gaga. For tickets, call the Kowloon Restaurant at 781233-0077. Beatle Juice at Kowloon The Saugus Lions Club will present Beatle Juice in Concert at 6 p.m. on May 19 at the Kowloon Restaurant (948 Broadway in Saugus). Beatle Juice is an American Beatles cover band based in New England and features some of the region’s finest rock musicians. It initially featured Brad Delp, former frontman for the band Boston, and it has continued since his death in 2007. Beatle Juice plays regularly at venues throughout New England. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased from Frank Rossetti (frank@mycbagents.com), Nelson C. Chang (nelsonchang@ nelsonchanglaw.com), Tom Traverse (781-727-5629) or your local Saugus Lion. In the event of rain, the club has set a makeup date for May 20. Stay tuned for more details. Bingo is back! The Kowloon Restaurant announces Bingo every Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Hong Kong Lounge. Prizes will be given away each week with a grand prize set at the finale in March. A full Chinese gourmet is available during bingo – featuring pupu platters, egg rolls, crab Rangoons, Saugus Wings, General Gau’s chicken, lobster sauce, fried scallops, lo mein, moo shu pork, salt & pepper calamari and sushi – along with a full bar menu, including the signature mai tais and scorpion bowls. See Jake the Snake Roberts The Kowloon Restaurant, Route 1 North in Saugus, is set to host WWE Hall of Famer Jake the Snake Roberts on May 8. The event includes a meet and greet from 6 to 7 p.m. with the star. VIP tickets are $75 and include early admission, priority seating and meet and greet with a selfie. Tickets for the show only are $40 per person, $40 for a selfie or autograph, and an additional $60 for a selfie and autograph combination. Jake the Snake Roberts is an American professional wrestler, actor and WCW World Heavyweight Champion. He’s also a four-time tag-team champion, a two-time U.S. champion, and a TV champion. Roberts is hailed as one of the most important iconic wrestling figures – often bringing snakes into the ring, most famously a python. For tickets, go to Kowloonrestaurant.com John Cena gives back The Kowloon Restaurant, Route 1 North in Saugus recently received a very special delivery (Tuesday, April 19) from wrestler, actor and West Newbury native John Cena. It was Cena who tied the laces of a Kowloon custom-made Air Force One pair of sneakers earlier this month at Wrestlemania 39 and sent the sneakers back to the Kowloon with a signature and handwritten “Thank you” note. John Felix Anthony Cena, an American professional wrestler and actor, is currently signed to WWE. He is hailed as the greatest professional wrestler of all time with the most world championships in WWE history. Seeking Hall of Fame nominations Do you know of a former Saugus High School athlete who deserves to be inducted into the Saugus High School Sports Hall of Fame? If you do, nominations are open for the Hall of Fame through today (Friday, April 14). Previously, there have been 263 athletes inducted since the Hall of Fame’s inception (1987). The hall’s first class included Arthur Spinney, a Saugus High football great, who played for two NFL championship teams with the Baltimore Colts in 1958 and 1959. A Saugus High athlete has to be out of school for at least 10 years before he or she can be nominated. Anyone looking to nominate a former Saugus High athlete can mail their letter of nomination to Barbara Wall at 28 Pleasant St., Saugus, MA 01906. Spring and Summer Track camps gearing up Chris Tarantino – a 1990 Saugus High School graduate who has a reputation for mentoring young athletes in the sport of track & field – is gearing up for the start of another Saugus Sachems track camp. Tarantino said the summer program targets kids in grades one to eight, in the age bracket of five to 14 years old. The program is sponsored by the town’s Youth & Recreation Department. But first things first. He will start out with Spring Track and Field behind the Belmonte STEAM Academy, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 4 to 5:15 p.m., starting April 25 and running for five weeks, with the last day Thursday, May 25. “This is developmental and instructional, serving as a precursor to the summer camp,” Tarantino said. “Returning athletes will be given the opportunity to get a leg up on training while first year students will get a run through in the fundamentals of the sport,” he said. The cost: first-fifth grades: $100 first year. Those runners returning from last spring will only have to pay $50. Now for some details on the THE SOUNDS | SEE PAGE 19

18 Publizr Home

You need flash player to view this online publication