July Talk Announce "Live at Last" Canadian Tour
The band will hit 16 cities across the country this fall
Published Jun 08, 2021July Talk have announced plans to officially hit the road again this fall for an extensive Canadian tour. The band have plotted a 16-date trek around the country in support of their Juno-winning album Pray for It.
Their newly announced Canadian run — called the "Live at Last" tour — will begin on November 29 at Quebec City's Impérial Bell, before making its way to Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and many places in between. The group will wrap up in BC right before the holidays, with dates in Vancouver and Victoria on December 22 and 23, respectively.
It will mark July Talk's first full tour since the pre-pandemic era — though the band were lucky enough to sneak in a few distanced and virtual shows over the last year.
The band wrote of their new touring plans in an announcement:
We're over the moon to be announcing our first in-person concert tour since the pandemic! As you know, July Talk was born on the stage, and we miss performing for you so much.
We are visiting some of the most beautiful venues in the country. It feels surreal to picture each and every one of your faces illuminated in stagelight, dancing and singing together at last! It will truly be one of the greatest feelings imaginable.
We can't wait to see you, and we promise to make it our most incredible show yet. Until then, we send our love + admiration for all that you have overcome this past year.
See ticketing information and the band's full tour schedule below.
11/29 Quebec City, QC - Impérial Bell
11/30 Montreal, QC - Théâtre Corona
12/01 Ottawa, ON - Bronson Centre
12/03 Kingston, ON - The Grand Theatre
12/04 Kitchener, ON - Centre in the Square
12/05 London, ON - London Music Hall
12/06 Hamilton, ON - FirstOntario Concert Hall
12/09 Toronto, ON - History
12/10 Toronto, ON - History
12/13 Thunder Bay, ON - Community Auditorium
12/14 Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre
12/16 Saskatoon, SK - CCoors Event Centre
12/18 Calgary, AB - Great Eagle Event Centre
12/20 Edmonton, AB - Jubilee Auditorium
12/22 Vancouver, BC - Queen Elizabeth Theatre
12/23 Victoria, BC - Royal Theatre