Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Saul Hudson, better known by his stage name Slash, performs during his concert tour in 2010.
Slash will share his Apocalyptic Love with Canadian fans very soon.
The top-hatted Guns N' Roses guitarist and his band The Conspirators - fronted by singer Myles Kennedy and featuring an all-Canadian rhythm section - have booked 10 shows north of the border this summer. The tour begins July 14 in Vancouver and ends July 29 in Quebec City, with stops in Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Belleville, London and Montreal. See below for a full list of dates and locations.
Tickets for most shows go on sale Friday, May 11 at Ticketmaster, and will set you back between $30 and $45 before fees and taxes, depending on the city, venue and seating. Pre-sales and VIP packages are available May 9 via slashonline.com. Hamilton retro-rockers Monster Truck will open the shows.
Slash's latest solo album Apocalyptic Love comes out May 22. It's his first to feature his current touring band, which includes Winnipeg drummer Brent Fitz and Saskatchewan bassist Todd Kerns, formerly of Age of Electric.
Slash's Apocalyptic Love Canadian tour dates:
July 14 | Vancouver | Queen Elizabeth Theatre
July 16 | Edmonton | Jubilee
July 17 | Calgary | Jubilee
July 20 | Saskatoon | TCU Place
July 21 | Winnipeg | Burton Cummings Theatre
July 23 | Thunder Bay | Community Auditorium
July 25 | Belleville | Empire Square Live
July 26 | London | Harris Park
July 27 | Montreal | Olympia Theater
July 29 | Quebec City | Salle Albert Rosseau
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Even Clockwork Angels have their price.
Legendary power trio Rush have just revealed ticket prices and on-sale info for their previously announced Clockwork Angels tour dates.
If you want to see singer-bassist Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer Neil Peart when they touch down in a handful of Canadian arenas this fall, you'll pay between $30 and $140 before fees and taxes, depending on the city, venus and seating. See below for a full list of dates and locations.
Tickets for most shows go on sale Saturday May 12 at Ticketmaster. The tour does not include an opening act, but Rush typically plays a lengthy show with an intermission.
Clockwork Angels, due online and in stores June 12, is Rush's 19th studio record and the followup to 2007's Snakes and Arrows.
Rush's Clockwork Angels Canadian tour dates:
Sept. 26 | Winnipeg | MTS Centre
Sept. 28 | Saskatoon | Credit Union Centre
Sept. 30 | Edmonton | Rexall Place
Oct. 14 | Toronto | Air Canada Centre
Oct. 18 | Montreal | Bell Centre
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k.d. lang will sing it loud in her homeland this fall.
The transplanted Alberta chanteuse is returning to Canada with her band Siss Boom Bang for a series of shows in September. Lang - who already has a few Western Canada gigs in July - begins her tour Sept. 9 in Victoria and then heads through the Prairies and Ontario, wrapping up with a Sept. 26 performance in Kitchener. See below for a full list of dates and locations.
Tickets for most shows go on sale Friday, May 11 at Ticketmaster or vipnation.com, and will cost between $60 and $120 before fees and taxes, depending on the city, venue and seating.
Longtime California resident Lang's most recent album Sing it Loud was released in April of 2011. It's the first record she's made with a permanent band since her early days with The Reclines.
k.d. lang & Siss Boom Bang Fall tour dates:
Sept. 9 | Victoria | Royal Theatre
Sept. 12 | Edmonton | Jubilee
Sept. 13 | Saskatoon | Conexus Art Centre
Sept. 14 | Winnipeg | Playhouse Theatre
Sept. 17 | North Bay | Capitol Centre
Sept. 18 | Ottawa | National Arts Centre
Sept. 19 | Kingston | Grand Theatre
Sept. 22 & 23 | Toronto | Phoenix
Sept. 25 | Hamilton | Hamilton Place
Sept. 26 | Kitchener | Circle in the Square