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The Sheepdogs Roll Out Canadian Tour with Yukon Blonde

The Sheepdogs Roll Out Canadian Tour with Yukon Blonde
The Sheepdogs have had a publicity-filled 2012, and the Saskatoon band are planning to cap off their successful year with a Canadian tour. The trip will feature an opening set from fellow rock purists Yukon Blonde.

Prior to the tour, the Sheepdogs will open shows for Sloan and Randy Bachman, respectively, in early November. The 24-date trek with Yukon Blonde kicks off later that month and lasts until December 21. During that time, the band will travel from Ontario to the East Coast and then head all the way across the country to the West Coast.

Check out the schedule below. Scroll past that to listen to the Sheepdogs' Patrick Carney-produced self-titled LP, which came out earlier this month through Atlantic Records.

Tour dates:

11/1 Peterborough, ON - Showplace Performance Theatre *
11/3 Barrie, ON - 46 West ^
11/15 Chatham, ON - St. Clair College Capitol Theatre ~
11/16 Ottawa, ON - Ritual Nightclub ~
11/17 Ottawa, ON - Ritual Nightclub ~
11/20 Halifax, NS - Olympic Hall ~
11/21 St. John's, NL - Club One ~
11/22 St. John's, NL - Club One ~
11/23 Moncton, NB - Oxygen Nightclub ~
11/24 Fredericton, NB - Boyce Farmers Market ~
11/25 Quebec City, QC - Le Cercle ~
11/26 Montreal, QC - Club Soda ~
11/28 Kingston, ON - The Ale House ~
11/29 Guelph, ON - Guelph Concert Theatre ~
11/30 London, ON - London Music Hall ~
12/5 Sarnia, ON - Industry Theatre ~
12/6 Hamilton, ON - Hamilton Convention Centre (Chedoke Room) ~
12/7 Sudbury, ON - Grand Night Club ~
12/10 Thunder Bay, ON - The Roxy ~
12/11 Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre ~
12/12 Saskatoon, SK - Odeon Event Centre ~
12/14 Edmonton, AB - Edmonton Event Centre ~
12/16 Calgary, AB - MacEwan Hall (U of Calgary) ~
12/18 Kelowna, BC - Kelowna Community Theatre ~
12/20 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom ~
12/21 Victoria, BC - Sugar Nightclub

* with Sloan
^ with Randy Bachman
~ with Yukon Blonde

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