Published Feb 23, 2017Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the hit breakthrough album Ingénue, k.d. lang will be hitting the road for a massive Canadian tour. Appropriately enough, the trek is being dubbed the "Ingénue Redux Canadian Tour," and it promises to bring "her singular singing style to classics from her 30-year repertoire."
The tour will visit 17 cities across Canada from coast-to-coast for a total of 23 shows, staring in mid-August and running well into September. You can see the full run of dates below.
A press release has this to say of the tour:
As part of this new tour lang will perform songs from Ingénue along with hits from her 2004 album Hymns of the 49th Parallel, which featured lang singing the songs that define her country by fellow Canadians, including: Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Jane Siberry, Ron Sexsmith, and Bruce Cockburn.
General tickets go on sale March 3 at 10 a.m. local time. A fan club pre-sale starts the day before.
08/12 Victoria, BC - Royal Theatre
08/13 Victoria, BC - Royal Theatre
08/16 Vancouver, BC - Orpheum Theatre
08/17 Vancouver, BC - Orpheum Theatre
08/19 Edmonton, AB - Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
08/20 Edmonton, AB - Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
08/22 Saskatoon, SK - TCU Place
08/23 Calgary, AB - Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
08/24 Calgary, AB - Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
08/26 Regina, SK - Conexus Arts Centre
08/27 Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre
08/30 Toronto, ON - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
08/31 Toronto, ON - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
09/02 Montreal, QC - Place des Arts - Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
09/03 Quebec, QC - Grand Théâtre de Québec
09/07 Moncton, NB - Casino New Brunswick
09/08 Charlottetown, PEI - Eastlink Centre Charlottetown
09/09 Halifax, NS - Scotiabank Centre
09/11 Sydney, NS - Centre 200
09/14 St. John's, NL - Mile One Centre
09/16 Ottawa, ON - National Arts Centre Fundraising Gala **
09/17 Ottawa, ON - National Arts Centre
09/19 Hamilton, ON - FirstOntario Concert Hall (formerly Hamilton Place)
** The National Arts Centre Gala includes a performance by the NAC orchestra