Afternoon Headlines: GMac Album Release Party; A Tribe Called Red; The Pack A.D.

>> Monday, 25 November 2013

First up, local fave Greg MacPherson has announced the Fireball release show: the event goes down at Union Sound Hall on Sunday, December 22nd w/ Rob Crooks and DJ No Contact.

For a good time try The Pack A.D. at the Park Theatre on Tuesday, March 4th.

Check out the lovely and talented Lindi Ortega with the WSO February 7th - February 9th.

Waaaaay into the future: City and Colour is at the MTS Centre on Saturday, May 17th.

Black Sabbath is still touring (no kiddin') and will be at the MTS Centre on Wednesday, April 16th.

The Matinee will be at the Park Theatre on Tuesday, December 3rd.

Polaris short listers A Tribe Called Red will be at Union Sound Hall on Sunday, February 16th.

And finally, The 1975 will appear at Union Sound Hall on Thursday, May 1st (my birthday!).


Afternoon Headline: Arcade Fire @ MTS Centre

>> Thursday, 14 November 2013

Hot off the wire...

The ubiquitous Arcade Fire will bring the tunes of Reflektor (and others I'm sure) to the MTS Centre on Thursday, August 14th. Not completely sold on Reflektor yet, but I don't hate it. Just need more time with it.

Tickets on sale November 22nd.


Contest: Enter to win tickets to see Raleigh @ The WECC w/ Few Who Do, From Giants

>> Friday, 8 November 2013

Courtesy of our friends over at the West End Cultural Centre, I've got a pair of tickets to giveaway for the Raleigh show going down on Friday, November 29th. Few Who Do and From Giants get the evening started.

If you're interested in checking out the event, fire me off an email (on the right hand side, below the concert listings) by noon CST on Thursday, November 21st with the subject line "Raleigh Ticket Giveaway" and your name in the email's body. Winning name will be drawn randomly sometime that afternoon and contacted shortly thereafter, with the first name and last initial published on my Twitter account.


Afternoon Headlines: Roots in the River @ The WECC; Repartee @ The Garrick

>> Thursday, 7 November 2013

First up, Roots in the River goes down at the WECC on Thursday, November 28th featuring JD Edwards and Amanda Rheaume playing (paying?) homage to songs of Manitoba past.

Speaking of that date...Newfoundland-based  electro/pop-rock band Repartee is at the Garrick on November 28th.

Don Amero's "Amero's Little Christmas" takes place at the WECC on Saturday, December 21st w/ Jordan St. Cyr and Desiree Dorian.

Double bill at the Park Theatre on February 17th: Northcote and Dave Hause.

Hamilton's The Reason pops by the Park Theatre on Thursday, November 21st w/ Denmark band Thee Attacks.

World AIDS day benefit concert takes place at the WECC on Sunday, December 1st and features local acts Nathan, Keith MacPherson Jordan St. Cyr and Alicia Feakes.

And finally, Juno award winning singer-songwriter Cara Luft is there on Saturday, January 25th.


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