PEI’s Dylan Menzie touring Western Canada

Prince Edward Island singer-songwriter Dylan Menzie is currently touring Western Canada. Menzie has been compared to Joel Plaskett, and praised by Ron Sexsmith when he opened for Sexsmith in 2014. His breakout single “Kenya” —released in 2015 from his then upcoming sophomore album Adolescent Nature —spent eight weeks on CBC Radio 2’s Top 20, with two of those weeks being at number one. In 2016, he placed in the top-four of CBC’s Searchlight Competition.

Dylan Menzie has already played Edmonton Folk Festival supporting City and Colour this past weekend, as well as Kamloops’ Music in the Park yesterday. See the rest of the dates for his Western tour below or on his website, as well as his upcoming Eastern Canada dates in the fall.

August 17 – Super Crawl to Roots & Blues at Treehouse Bistro; Salmon Arm, BC
August 18-20 – Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival; Salmon Arm, BC
September 16 – Breakout West Showcase at the Starlight Room; Edmonton, AB
September 16 – Breakout West Showcase at The Needle Vinyl Tavern; Edmonton, AB
September 19 – Showcase PEI; Charlottetown, PE
September 21-24 – Atlantic Canadian Tour (details TBA)
October 7 – Trailside Café; Mount Stewart, PE
October 13-15 – Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Council Showcase
November 9-11 – Ontario Contact; Petrolia, ON
November 17 – National Arts Centre; Ottawa, ON

Connect with Dylan Menzie:

I’m Shayla, and I was born in Saskatoon but moved to Halifax in 2013 for University. I’m currently studying for my degree in Interdisciplinary Design (focusing mostly on graphic design), after switching from studying digital and film photography for about 2 years. I love everything about music and how it has the ability to bring so many people together from across the country and even the world. Most of my friends that I regularly talk to and hang out with I’ve met through us sharing the same love for bands and artists! My passion for music is one of the reasons I moved East to pursue a design degree, as I would love to do graphic design within the Canadian music industry one day.

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