Canadian alt-rock band Arkells
perform during the halftime show when the Edmonton Eskimos
take on the Calgary Stampeders in the second leg of the Labour Day Battle of Alberta on Saturday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m.
at the Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium.
Six hundred fans will win an exclusive experience to watch the "Knocking at the Door" rock band perform up-close-and-personal on field. Winners will be randomly selected during the game in addition to various contests leading up to the game. Everyone with a game ticket is eligible. Additional lucky fans will also be randomly selected for an exclusive meet-and-greet.
Arkells are a Canadian alt-rock band from Hamilton, Ontario who have long toured with some of Canada's largest bands such as Metric, The Tragically Hip, and Sam Roberts.
Led by frontman and vocalist Max Kerman, the band consists of guitarist and vocalist Mike DeAngelis, bassist Nick Dika, drummer Tim Oxford, and keyboardist Anthony Carone.
The "Knocking at the Door" band have multiple hits which have reached the top spot on the Canada Rock/Alternative chart. Their latest album Morning Report is the band's most eclectic album to date, which features the piano-pounded "California Love", the slow-burning ballad "Come Back Home", and the blood-pumping "My Heart's Always Yours."