Live shows are on again for The Washboard Union as they get back out and about for their Everbound “For Your Town” Tour

The Washboard Union’s dynamic live performances have set them apart as one of the most unique talents in music today and November 4 is the start for their Everbound “For Your Town” Tour with stops in 24 Canadian cities and towns. This announcement comes hot on the heels of their sixth nomination for Group or Duo of the Year at the CCMA Awards. In 2020, The Washboard Union took home the CCMA award for Group or Duo of the Year for the third consecutive year, becoming the first band in a decade to win in the category for three straight years.

Say Chris Duncombe about their upcoming cross-country tour,

“Playing live is the life-blood of this band and being with our fans is something we’ve been missing for almost two years. We wanted our first tour back to take us to as many communities as possible both big and small to say thank you to our fans who have stuck with us and allowed us to follow our dreams.”

Joining the band on the tour in an opening slot is CCMA Discovery Award winner and fellow British Columbia native, Raquel Cole, who is also a finalist in this year’s upcoming SiriusXM Top of the Country contest at Canadian Country Music Week in London, ON.

The Washboard Union will also be offering limited “VIP All Access Experiences“ on this tour that will give fans a unique acoustic performance and Q&A with the band before every show. Packages will be available for purchase with tickets to any of the shows.

Everbound “For Your Town” Tour dates:
(Dates may be subject to change due to local or provincial restrictions)

November 4, 2021: Prince Albert, SK, EA Rawlinson Centre
November 5, 2021: Camrose, AB, Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre
November 6, 2021: Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Shell Theatre
November 7, 2021: Airdrie, AB, Bert Church Theatre
November 9, 2021: Medicine Hat, AB, Esplanade Main Theatre
November 12, 2021: Winnipeg, MB, Club Regent Event Centre
January 26, 2022: Lindsay, ON
January 27, 2022: Ottawa, ON
January 28, 2022: Meaford, ON
January 29, 2022: Brampton, ON
January 30, 2022: Orillia, ON
January 31, 2022: Wingham, ON
February 2, 2022: Brantford, ON
February 3, 2022: Huntsville, ON
February 4, 2022: Kingston, ON
February 5, 2022: Guelph, ON
March 4, 2022: Cranbrook, BC
March 5, 2022: Trail, BC
March 7 & 9, 2022: Campbell River, BC
March 10, 2022: Nanaimo, BC
March 11, 2022: Duncan, BC
March 13, 2022: Quesnel, BC
March 14, 2022: Prince George, BC
March 15, 2022: Terrace, BC

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