Chris De Burgh will return to Canada this fall in support of his new record “A Better World” including dates in five cities across Atlantic Canada.
The East Coast portion of the tour kicks off Saturday September 16th in St. John’s NL, wrapping up in Moncton on September 25th. The tour will continue in Canada through October, closing in Calgary on October 18th.
De Burgh has always had a special connection to his Canadian fans. “It was one of the first countries that really embraced my music, and the atmosphere of playing there is just electrifying. My music goes back a very long way there … the beautiful, wide open nation – and its wonderful people.” he explained in a press release Thursday.
Dates in Atlantic Canada include:
Saturday September 16 – St. John’s, NL – Mile One Centre
Monday September 18 – Sydney, NS – Centre 200
Wednesday September 20 – Halifax, NS – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium at Dalhousie Arts Centre
Thursday September 21 – Halifax, NS – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium at Dalhousie Arts Centre
Sunday September 24 – Charlottetown, PEI – Confederation Centre of the Arts
Monday September 25 – Moncton, NB – Molson Canadian Centre/Casino NB
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“In June 2016, De Burgh’s most iconic single “The Lady in Red,” celebrated its 30th anniversary. A fan favourite, to this day it remains one of the most played songs on the planet and reached the #1 position in 47 countries. Out of his repertoire of more than 280 songs, De Burgh’s other classic songs are staples on the radio: “Don’t Pay the Ferryman”, “Spanish Train”, “Patricia the Stripper”, “High on Emotion” and “A Spaceman Came Traveling” speak to a generation of music lovers, who have rewarded him with sales of 50 million albums and sold out performances worldwide.
A Better World, available in stores and on iTunes, reflects several themes: love, war and adventure, travel, discovery, and home-coming. It deals with the past, present, and the future in a combination of different styles, tempos, and instrumentation. Always in tune with global and political issues, Chris de Burgh provides much food for thought in the lyrical content of his new album.” Organizers Donald K Donald Events concluded in the release.
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