Sep 24 - 26, 2020
The Dead South
Sep 30, 2020
Jan 26 - 27, 2021
Feb 17, 2021
Mar 14, 2021
September 24 - 26, 2020
Pop vocalist James Arthur is back on the road in promotion of his third LP, You. The X Factor sensation will put a definite spring in your step with this trek across North America. Flowers won't be the only thing opening in Spring, as Delacey is set to feature as the opening act. The album follows Arthurs 2013 debut, and his 2016 'Back From The Edge', which included the memorable single 'Say You Won't Let Go'.
September 30, 2020
Harkening back to an era where country was more about punch-in-the-guts emotions and authentic performances than auto-tune and fist-pumping party anthems, The Dead South are often described as outlaws for their fearless return to a simpler time, blending bluegrass and folk with the energy of a DIY punk band. As compelling on stage as they are on record, the rock-stomping Canadian quintet hits the road once again!
January 26 - 27, 2021
Rock 'n' roll icon, guitarist, interactive progenitor, singer/songwriter and record producer Todd Rundgren comes to town in 2021. Years of experience and critical acclaim have by no means made Rundgren complacent and he continues to push the boundaries in inventive and surprising ways.
February 17, 2021
It's been over 20 years since Apocalyptica first put forth their unholy alliance of metal and classical music in the form of debut album Plays Metallica by Four Cellos. The Finnish cello metal band formed with the intention of playing Metallica and other heavy metal band covers, but each subsequent release featured more and more original music until fourth album Reflections announced their fully-fledged status as original artists.
March 14, 2021
Alongside thrash, groove, and death metal pioneers Pantera, Machine Head and Testament, Brazilian heavy metal icons Sepultura have taken their place as one of the metal genre's most influential acts. Over three decades after the release of their debut album Morbid Visions, the hard-rocking outfit hits the road to support the 2020 release of their 15th studio album Quadra. With support from Sacred Reich, Crowbar and Art of Shock, the quintet will spend a month in North America bringing their new tunes to the masses.
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