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Over the near decade playing together, Hey Rosetta!’s collective sound has been lauded as unmistakable. Tim Baker’s haunting and distinctive voice and his writing, with a lyrical sensibility that defines the band as one of the most poetic Canadian exports; the rolling indie-rock precision meeting hooky pop sensibilities, off-set by the delicate touch of cello, violin and french horn, that cuts through the most cramped club or across any vast open air festival stage.
Second Sight became a way for the now seven-member band to experiment with their sound even further. Shifting more into musical textures, you can feel building up around you in tracks like, “What Arrows” and “Promise”. The instantly resonant choruses and lyrical depth all helped arrive at an album sound that Hey Rostta! cellist and multi-instrumentalist Romesh Thavanathan calls ‘warm, yet mysterious.’Yukon Blonde
Over the past two years, Yukon Blonde has earned no shortage of acclaim for its hook-heavy brand of pop rock. Despite the success of the group’s previous material, the musicians were initially uninspired when they set about writing like-minded new songs. Instead, the members were drawn to the fast, punk-tinged tracks that Innes has been penning in his spare time. Danceable and unrepentantly poppy, these new tracks evoked late-’70s/early-’80s post-punk and drew inspiration from artists like the Buzzcocks, Ramones and Talking Heads. "Confused," the opener of Yukon Blonde's most ambitious, captivating and strangely accessible album to date, On Blonde. Casual listeners and long-time fans may be mystified to discover that, from the outset of the album, the onetime Sheepdogs-supporting rock outfit have been replaced by a swaggering, synth-loving quartet that's more concerned with atmosphere, undeniable hooks and the maximalist expression of both, rather than the pub-thumping sounds found on their previous two LPs.
ONSTAGE PROGRAMMING SPONSOR
Sit OnStage with a diversity of music artists, ranging blues, folk indie to acoustic rock sessions. For music lovers, this is a fresh and exciting way to experience respected and known artists in an intimate and unique environment, while also discovering soon-to-be household names.
For this unique and exciting OnStage performance, the stage will be transformed into a general admission, stand up concert.
If you’re looking for a great place to eat before coming to see the show, then save yourself from the stress of running around town and come early to enjoy a delicious three-course meal at our CentreStage Lounge!
We are excited to partner with Borealis Grille & Bar for an exquisite pre-show dinner. Borealis Grille & Bar serves the very best of locally crafted foods and beverages, and will be onsite in our Lounge with a special three-course menu for only $29.95. Doors will open at 6PM, with dinner served at 6.15PM sharp.
You can reserve your seats for the pre-show dinner at the time of purchase when calling or visiting the Box Office, or you can email us to RSVP* with your name and the number of guests joining you. There are limited bookings available on a first-come, first-serve basis – RSVP* now to save your spot!
*Please inform us of any allergies and sensitivities when making your reservation. Price quoted does not include tax, beverages or gratuities.