Award-winning Canadian country music icon Tim Hicks announced, on Friday, the details for the Canadian leg of his world tour alongside the release of a new single off of his latest EP, Wreck.
The four-time JUNO nominee has tacked on 15 Canadian stops to his “Wreck this Town World Tour” in addition to the European and Australian legs of the tour, which kicks off on March 6 in Berlin, Germany. Hicks will be sharing the stage with DJ Johnny Rivex for the new Canadian dates.
Tickets for the newly announced Canadian leg go on sale on March 2 at 10 a.m. local time on Hicks’ website.
Here is Tim Hicks’ full touring schedule:
*New dates bolded and on-sale 3/2
March 6 – C2C | Verti Music Hall – Berlin, Germany
March 7 – C2C | AFAS Live – Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 8 – C2C | Verti Music Hall – Berlin, Germany
March 13 – C2C | O2 – London, UK
March 14 – C2C | O2 – London, UK
March 20 – CMC Rocks Festival – Brisbane, Australia
March 21 – CMC Rocks Festival – Brisbane, Australia
August 14 – Havelock Country Jamboree – Havelock, ON
July 10 – Cavendish Beach Music Festival – Cavendish, PEI
May 21 – Start.ca Performance Stage @ Budweiser Gardens – London, ON
May 22 – FirstOntario Concert Hall – Hamilton, ON
May 23 – Casino Rama – Rama, ON
Sept. 17 – Casino Regina – Regina, SK
Sept. 18 – Club Regent Event Centre – Winnipeg, MB
Sept. 19 – Thunder Bay Community Auditorium – Thunder Bay, ON
Oct. 1 – River Cree Entertainment Centre – Edmonton, AB
Oct. 2 – The Palace Theatre – Calgary, AB
Oct. 3 – Coors Event Centre – Saskatoon, SK
Nov. 5 – L’Astral – Montreal, QC
Nov. 12 – Capitol Centre – North Bay, ON
Nov. 20 – Southam Hall – National Arts Centre – Ottawa, ON
Nov. 21 – Leon’s Centre – Kingston, ON
Nov. 26 – Kelowna Community Theatre – Kelowna, BC
Nov. 28 – The Royal Theatre – Victoria, BC
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