Sheepdogs Canadian tour to make stop in Brandon

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Photo Credit: Mat Dunlap

Breaking away from the well-trodden path of major cities and bustling music hubs, The
Sheepdogs are gearing up for a Canadian tour that will bring their electrifying live show to the heart of communities often overlooked by touring musicians. As a testament to their commitment to music lovers who’ve grown accustomed to traveling long distances to catch a live concert, the band’s tour spotlights many towns and places that rarely grace the tour schedules of renowned artists. With dates in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta,
British Columbia and 6 shows in rural Quebec, the tour reaffirms The Sheepdogs’ dedication to their fanbase, promising unforgettable nights of rock ‘n’ roll magic. More dates will be announced when available. See below for a full routing and check the band’s website for ticket information.

“We’re a band from Saskatoon, so we are no strangers to having to travel to bigger cities to see concerts. Because of this, it’s always been a mission for this band to not just play the big cities, but smaller cities and towns across this nation as well. From our experience, this is where some of the biggest music fans live. You shouldn’t be denied live music in your hometown, just because you don’t live in a major city.”

In anticipation of the upcoming Canadian run, The Sheepdogs have released a captivating concert film capturing two unforgettable sold-out nights at the Shore Club in the picturesque small town of Hubbards, Nova Scotia – population 401. Directed by Mat Dunlap, the 35-minute doc offers a glimpse behind the curtain with behind-the-scenes highlights, interviews, and stunningly captured concert footage starring the charismatic lineup of Ewan Currie, Shamus Currie, Ryan Gullen, Sam Corbett, and Ricky Paquette.

The Sheepdogs’ latest studio release, Outta Sight, has garnered international acclaim and was nominated for Rock Album of the Year at the 2023 JUNO Awards. The band has notably maintained a single in the Top 20 for an impressive 62 consecutive.: “Keep On Loving You”, and “Rock and Roll (Ain’t No Simple Thing)” from the band’s 2021 EP No Simple Thing, and “Find The Truth” from their latest effort Outta Sight. 2023. They have played over 145
shows internationally in the past year, including numerous trips around North America, the UK, Europe and Australia. The quintessential quintet are currently on tour in Europe where they enjoyed an incredibly successful tour in 2022, bringing people together in a celebration of rock & roll and good times with their signature ‘guitarmonies’ and killer
live shows. The tour sees the band hitting up 15 countries before heading back to Canada for a well-deserved break.

2024 Canadian Tour Dates
Jan 19 – Parry Sound, ON – Stockey Centre
Jan 20 – Sault Ste Marie, ON – Machine Shop
Jan 21 – Thunder Bay, ON – Community Auditorium
Jan 23 – Brandon, MB – Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium
Jan 24 – Moose Jaw, SK – Mae Wilson Theatre
Jan 25 – Prince Albert, SK – EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts
Jan 26 – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – Dow Centennial Centre Shell Theatre
Jan 27 – Cranbrook, BC – Key City Theatre
Jan 29 – Medicine Hat, AB – Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
Jan 31 – Grande Prairie, AB – J Cardinal Theatre
Feb 01 – Fort St. John, BC – North Peace Cultural Centre
Feb 03 – Prince George, BC – Vanier Hall
Mar 14 – Oshawa, ON – Biltmore Theatre
Mar 15 – Wingham, ON – Town Hall
Mar 16 – Chatham, ON – Capitol Theatre
Mar 18 – Lindsay, ON – Flato Academy
Mar 21 – Drummondville, QC – Espace Mandeville
Mar 22 – Saint-Hyacinthe, QC – Centre des Arts Juliette-Lassonde
Mar 23 – St-Jean-sure-Richelieu, QC – Cabaret-Théâtre du Vieux-St-Jean
Mar 28 – Répentigny, QC – Théâtre Alphonse-Desjardins
Mar 29 – Waterloo, QC – Maison de la Culture de Waterloo
Mar 30 – Saint-Casimir, QC – Théâtre Les Grands Bois