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Blue Rodeo Announce 2010 Canadian Tour Dates
October 30 2010

Blue Rodeo Announce 2010 Canadian Tour Dates

Tickets Go On Sale Starting November 13Th

Blue Rodeo Has Announced They Are Embarking On A Cross-Canada Tour That Will See Them Play 30+ Venues Starting Off With Two Nights In Calgary, Ab At The Southern Jubilee On January 5Th & 6Th. Tickets Go On Sale November 13Th.

Warner Music Canada Are Releasing The Things We Left Behind, The Band’S 12Th Studio Recording, On Tuesday, November 10, 2009. With 16 Songs Spread Over Two Discs The New Album Is The Band’S Most Ambitious Recording Yet. The Album Will Be Available In A Number Of Different Configurations Including Two Cds, Double Vinyl And A Special Itunes Lp, A Digital Package That Will Include Interactive Album Notes, Exclusive Photos Of The Band And Portraits Of Their Most Prized Instruments, A Song By Song Commentary From Jim Cuddy And Greg Keelor And A Special Acoustic Performance Of Four New Songs From The Album.

Over Their Twenty-Five Year Career, Blue Rodeo Has Sold Over 4 Million Records, Won An Unprecedented 5 Juno Awards As Group Of The Year, Been Handed Keys To The City Of Toronto And Been Inducted Onto Canada’S Walk Of Fame. But From Arenas In Big Cities To Theatres In Small Towns, There Is Nothing Blue Rodeo Relishes More Than Playing Music For Their Fans Across The Country.

A Very Special Partner On This Tour Will Be “Raise-A-Reader,” Who Will Benefit From Every Ticket Sold. The Canwest Raise-A-Reader Concert Series, Presented By Country Inns & Suites By Carlsonsm, Was Created With Live Nation So Artists Could Lend Their Voices To Support Family Literacy In Canada. Raise-A-Reader Has Raised Over $15 Million Since The National Launch In 2002. Partial Proceeds From Blue Rodeo’S Tour Will Be Directed To Help Literacy Programs Across The Country.

2010 Tour Dates On Sale
January 5Th & 6Th Calgary, Ab Southern Jubliee 13-Nov
January 7Th & 8Th Edmonton, Ab Northern Jubilee 13-Nov
January 9Th Kamloops, Bc Interior Savings Centre 13-Nov
January 11Th Banff, Ab Eric Harvie 13-Nov
January 12Th Red Deer, Ab Enmax Centrium 13-Nov
January 14Th Lethbridge, Ab Enmax Centre 13-Nov
January 15Th Saskatoon, Sk Tcu Place 13-Nov
January 16Th Regina, Mb Conexus Arts Centre 13-Nov
January 17Th Winnipeg, Mb Mts Centre 13-Nov
January 18Th Thunder Bay, On Comminuty Auditorium 13-Nov
January 20Th Kirkland Lake, On Northern College Aud. 13-Nov
January 23Rd Saint John, Nb Harbour Station 14-Nov
January 24Th Moncton, Nb Moncton Coliseum 14-Nov
January 25Th Charlottetown, Pei Confederation Centre 14-Nov
January 26Th Glace Bay, Ns Savoy Theatre 14-Nov
January 28Th Halifax, Ns Metro Centre 14-Nov
January 30Th St. John’S, Nl Mile One Stadium 14-Nov
February 2Nd & 3Rd Toronto, On Massey Hall 13-Nov
February 5Th Barrie, On Molson Center 13-Nov
February 14Th Ottawa, On Scotiabank Place 13-Nov
March 5Th Oshawa, On Gm Centre 13-Nov
March 6Th Kingston, On K-Rock Center 13-Nov
March 7Th & 8Th Belleville, On Empire Theatre 13-Nov
March 10Th & 11Th Peterborough, On Showplace Perf. Centre 13-Nov
March 12Th Hamilton, On Hamilton Place 13-Nov
March 24Th Kitchener, On Centre In The Square 13-Nov
March 25Th London, On John Labatt Centre 13-Nov
March 26Th Cornwall, On Aultsville Theatre 13-Nov
March 27Th Montreal, Pq Place Des Arts 14-Nov
April 9Th Sudbury, On Sudbury Arena 13-Nov
April 10Th Sault Ste.marie, On Essar Centre 13-Nov

Warner Music Canada
Steve Waxman

Live Nation West:
Tracey Anderson

Live Nation East:
Andrea Grant
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