Toronto folk quintet, Union Duke released their third album, Golden Days back in 2016 and toured relentlessly around the release, and now they have announced a run of Canadian tour dates this spring, which kicks off this Friday (March 2) in Kitchener, ON.
“We’re really excited to hit up some of our favourite venues, see a bunch of familiar faces, and explore some new towns and theatres across the West,” says Jim McDonald.
March 2 – Kitchener, ON – Registry Theatre
March 18 – Chelmsford, ON – Private Event
March 19 – Thunder Bay, ON – The Foundry
March 20 – Winnipeg, MB – Times Changed High and Lonesome Club
March 23 – Westlock, AB – Westlock Cultural Arts Theatre
March 24 – Revelstoke, BC – Traverse Night Club
March 28 – Bassano, AB – In Concert for Bassano Arts Council
March 29 – Saskatoon, SK – The Bassment
April 5 – Fort McMurray, AB – Keyano Recital Hall
April 6 – Hinton, AB – West Fraser Guild Performing Arts Theatre
April 7 – Edson, AB – Chutauqua Arts Council Series
April 10 – Rocky Mountain House, AB – Grandview Stage Country Resort
April 13 – Camrose, AB – Bailey Theatre for Rose City Roots Music Society
April 14 – Slave Lake, AB – Stage North Concert Series
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