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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Get ready for the Rodeo . . . the Blue Rodeo!

Canadian rock icons and Ontarian legends return to the Scotiabank Centre

Posted By on Wed, Oct 7, 2015 at 11:54 AM

click to enlarge Red Rodeo?
  • Red Rodeo?

Hey, hey
, I guess it hasn't hit me yet . . . that Blue Rodeo, Ontario's legends of Can-rock, just announced a return to the Scotiabank Centre on February 24. It's going to be a diamond mine of the band's most beloved classics that complements the release of their new Live at Massey Hall album. And check this out: "With every ticket purchase, fans are invited to choose a digital download of any album in the Blue Rodeo catalogue including Live at Massey Hall," says the press release. Dibs on Lost Together. This just made my day. Moms everywhere, rejoice. 

click to enlarge Blue Rodeo circa 1990
  • Blue Rodeo circa 1990

But the Blues aren't joking around — they're rounding up a real rodeo and re-releasing Casino on October 30, Lost Together on November 13 and #1 album 5 Days in July on November 27 on vinyl. Tickets for the show range from $55.50 to $69.50. I can't wait to get really drunk on Budweiser and cry to Jim Cuddy's sweet songs. It's in our nature

Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am via Ticket Atlantic

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