City and Colour to play Kelowna

City and Colour kick off 2016 Canadian tour at Kelowna’s Prospera Place June 2.

  • Dec. 20, 2015 12:00 p.m.

City and Colour, led by acclaimed Canadian singer, songwriter and performer Dallas Green, has announced a Canadian tour for 2016. It will kick off at Kelowna’s Prospera Place June 2.

The tour, in support of City and Colour’s latest album If I Should Go Before You, wraps up in Montreal on June 20.

Supporting City and Colour on the tour is Austin’s Shakey Graves.

This is the band’s first major national tour since 2014, which saw City and Colour headline its biggest venues to date, including a sold-out show at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

If I Should Go Before You recently debuted at #1 in Canada, and debuted at #16 on the Billboard 200 Chart in the U.S.

Tickets for City and Colour’s performance in Kelowna are now on sale and cost $35 to $65 at selectyourtickets.com or call (250) 762-5050.

 

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