By: Amanda Hather
Art By: Jordan Bennett
A Tribe Called Red, a three member band from Ottawa, Ontario consists of Bear Witness, 2oolman and DeeJay NDN. The band is hitting the road for an extensive tour from the end of July and throughout August.
July 31st – Montreal, QC, Osheaga Music & Arts Festival
August 1st – Maliotenam, QC, Festival Innu Nikamu
August 12th – Toronto, ON, Nathan Phillips Square
August 13th – Six Nations of the Grand River, ON, Six Nations Community Hall
August 15th – Sudbury, ON, UP FEST, Durham Playgrounds
August 21st – Moose Factory, ON
August 23rd – Thunder Bay, ON (Lac Des Milles Lacs First Nation), Fort Williams Historical Park
August 25th – Sault Ste Marie, ON (Batchewana First Nation), Rankin Arena
August 27th – Manitoulin Island, ON (Wikwemikong First Nation), Thunderbird Park
August 29th – North Bay, ON (Nipissing First Nation), NFN Administration Office
September 17th – 20th – Victoria, BC, Rifflandia Festival
A number of these shows are free and many are on First Nations reserves. For all tickets and details head on over to http://atribecalledred.com/tour/.
Connect with A Tribe Called Red:
I’m a Toronto girl born and raised but have been living in Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick since 2010. Music and writing are my two passions, so what better place for me to be than a writer with Canadian Beats? I have been writing for the blog since May of 2013 and have had so many great experiences because of it. I listen to almost every kind of music but my favourites are pop rock, rock, indie, folk, and any other combinations of them. Concerts are definitely my favourite place to be, especially when you’re right against the barricade and can feel the energy from the band and the crowd, everyone singing the same lyrics and moving to the music. I also have a college degree in Business Administration and hope to one day be able to publish a novel.