The Glorious Sons Plot Massive Canadian Tour
JJ Wilde will join the group on "The Unfinished Business Tour"
Published May 27, 2021About a year ago, Kingston rockers the Glorious Sons were forced to postpone their "A War on Everything" tour due to COVID restrictions, and now with the world opening up again, the band have finally plotted some new dates for what they're calling "The Unfinished Business Tour."
Kicking off this December, the band will make a quick run around the U.S. before heading back home for a massive Canadian run. The group are scheduled to perform 20 dates north of the border — with special guest JJ Wilde — beginning in 2022, starting with a four-day run at Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom on January 20.
The Glorious Sons will make additional stops in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, before heading to their home province for a six-date trek. The tour will conclude on March 4 in Quebec City.
The band also appear to be hinting at the possibility of a new album. In addition to their tour plans, the Glorious Sons also recently shared a brand new single titled "Daylight," which arrived last week. Then yesterday, the group followed that up with "Young King." You can listen to that below.
In other news, the Glorious Sons are up for the Group of the Year award at the 2021 Juno Awards next month, following 2018 and 2020 Rock Album of the Year victories behind 2017's Young Beauties and Fools and 2019's A War on Everything.
Check out their upcoming tour schedule below.
The Glorious Sons 2021/2022 Tour Dates:
12/10 Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Smalls Theatre
12/11 Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall
12/12 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
12/14 Chicago, IL - Metro
12/15 Minneapolis, MN - Varsity Theater
12/17 Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom
12/18 Grand Rapids, MI - Intersection
01/20 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom *
01/21 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom *
01/22 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom *
01/25 Vernon, BC - Performing Arts Centre *
01/28 Edmonton, AB - Edmonton Convention Centre *
01/29 Calgary, AB - MacEwan Hall *
01/31 Red Deer, AB - Bo's *
02/01 Red Deer, AB - Bo's *
02/03 Lethbridge, AB - Enmax Centre *
02/05 Saskatoon, SK - TCU Place *
02/09 Regina, SK - Conexus Arts Centre *
02/10 Winnipeg, MB - MTS Place *
02/16 Ottawa, ON - TD Place *
02/17 Peterborough, ON - Memorial Centre *
02/19 London, ON - Bud Gardens *
02/22 Kitchener, ON - Centre in the Square *
02/23 Windsor, ON - Chrysler Theatre *
02/26 St. Catharines, ON - Meridian Centre *
03/03 Montreal, QC – Mtelus *
03/04 Quebec City, QC - Impérial Bell *
* with JJ Wilde