Mar 29, 2020
The Glorious Sons
Apr 30, 2020
They Might Be Giants
May 12, 2020
Jul 29, 2020
Aug 3, 2020
March 29, 2020
In 2012, feminist punk collective Pussy Riot made world headlines when they were arrested in their native country of Russia for a rebellious performance staged in Moscow's Cathedral Of Christ The Saviour. When three members were imprisoned for their criticism of Putin and the Russian Orthodox Church, the group became a global movement. Don't miss their subversive mix of activist art and raw punk music during their 2020 Tour of North America.
April 30, 2020
Hard rocking Canadian quintet The Glorious Sons burst out of Kingston, Ontario with a vengeance in 2011, winning over legions of ardent fans with their heady blend of rootsy alt-pop and blue-collar trad rock. Their no frills, hard-hitting musical style has evolved over the years, culminating in the critically acclaimed release of 2017's 'Young Beauties and Fools'. Now ready to rock again, the group are taking on Canada and North America on an extensive tour in support of their 3rd record, 'A War On Everything'.
May 12, 2020
1980s alternative rock band, They Might Be Giants, hit the road to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of their album Flood. The tour will include all-time fan favorite tracks from their epic career as they play the album in full. You should also expect spur-of-the-moment improvisations! No TMBG's tour is the same as the other.
July 29, 2020
Blues stalwart Tab Benoit hits the road with his extensive back catalog of tunes this year! A double B.B King Entertainer of the Year award holder (the highest accolade afforded to musicians on the Blues genre), five-time Blues Music Award winner and three-time Grammy award nominee Tab Benoit is one of the most influential blues artists of the last 20 years. Don't miss him when he arrives in your town!
August 3, 2020
Formed in 2015, Brooklyn-based indie quartet Big Thief released their debut album Masterpiece to much critical acclaim just a year later. The compilation heralded a heady blend of folk-tinged melodies, angular arrangements, lyrics steeped in raw emotional poetry and lead singer Adrianne Lenker's fragile, almost spoken, haunting vocal style. Following a mammoth 2019, where they released two full-length albums and grabbed their first Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Album, the band ready-up to hit the road in continuing their achievements into 2020.
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