Published Nov 16, 2010Last month, Ottawa, ON-based singer-songwriter Jim Bryson teamed up with Winnipeg, MB heroes the Weakerthans for The Falcon Lake Incident. As the title indicates, the album was recorded in Falcon Lake, MB as a collaboration between the two acts. Now, they have revealed that they will take their working relationship on the road with a set of tour dates.
Miraculously, what we have here is a Weakerthans tour that doesn't include any dates in Manitoba. Instead, the group will join Bryson for a stretch of shows in other areas of our fine country, including multiple dates in Ontario, Quebec, BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan. The tour runs from February 3 to March 4.
Prior to this tour, however, the Weakerthans' John K. Samson will busy himself on a road trip with his Correction Line Ensemble. As previously reported, the group will kick off their fall tour in Toronto tonight (November 16).
2/3 Waterloo, ON - Starlight Room
2/4 Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace
2/7 Hamilton, ON - The Casbah
2/8 London, ON - Aeolian Hall
2/9 Peterborough, ON - The Legendary Red Dog
2/10 Montreal, QC - Le Cabaret du Mile End
2/11 Ottawa, ON - Capital Music Hall
2/25 Nelson, BC - The Royal
2/26 Vancouver, BC - The Biltmore Cabaret
2/27 Victoria, BC - Sugar Nightclub
3/1 Edmonton, AB - Myer Horowitz Theatre
3/2 Canmore, AB - Communitea Cafe
3/3 Calgary, AB - The Gateway Bar (SAIT Campus)
3/4 Saskatoon, SK - Amigo's