The Billboard chart-topping and Juno-winning Canadian quintet, known for its raucous sold-out shows and “dirty, sweaty rock” (Alternative Press), extends its North American “S.O.S.” summer tour with The Struts into the fall. The band also will open for The Rolling Stones in Toronto and play with Twenty One Pilots as a part of Festival D’été de Québec.
The top sibling curators and trendsetters bring their family-friendly “Goof Around Hour” to the Spotlight Stage of this YouTube-sponsored festival. These “Featured Creators” also will be a Q&A moderated by ErinsReality’s and Clevver’s Erin Robinson.
This outdoor concert highlights songs from Guster’s latest album, Look Alive. The group’s live shows channel their infectious positive energy into raucous performances that have fans singing along to songs old and new with unbridled enthusiasm, while always promising plenty of eclectic surprises, too.
For her comeback tour, the newly independent electro-pop darling does what she’s never done before: reinterpret her hits and new songs into live acoustic jams. Kiesza has headlined tours around the world, collaborated with the likes of Skrillex, Diplo, and Duran Duran, and appeared in promotional campaigns for Fendi and Maison Birks.
In anticipation of his extensive fall tour and new album (Late Nights And Longnecks), the country star and his band headline arenas and amphitheaters across the US. Moore’s “emotional” (Entertainment Tonight) latest single “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” is a heartfelt, twang-laden salute “backed up by a soaring chorus and weeping guitar work” (Rolling Stone Country), and the track offers a taste of what fans can expect both on the road and on his most traditional album to date.
For “The Drop” series, the multiplatinum-selling country artist talks about the making of his new album, Late Nights and Longnecks (July 26th via Valory Music Co.) with moderator Scott Goldman. An intimate live performance and advance listening session for the new music will follow.
The Nashville singer, songwriter, downtown scene slayer, and most-wanted fiddler debuts songs from her new album, Other Girls (out August 16th via Third Man Records). Lillie Mae grew up touring in a motorhome with her family band, busking from RV parks to the Rio Grande before sweeping through the clubs of Music City, honing a voice that "howls like wind through the trees" (Refinery29). This summer and fall, she’ll support The Raconteurs and Robert Plant.