The Tea Party plays Halifax November 20 at Olympic Hall

Nostalgiafest 2014 continues.

The guy in the middle has perfect pitch!
The guy in the middle has perfect pitch!

The Tea Party—which at least one press release has informally dubbed a "Canadian exotic rock trio"—is coming to Halifax promoting its latest album The Ocean At The End, and simultaneously save itself from becoming a disambiguation (get it? SAVE itself? Saaaaaaaave itself?). Fun fact! Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson plays flute on The Ocean At The End's title track. What emotions are you feeling right now?

The show is at the Olympic Hall on Thursday, November 20, tickets are $37.99 in advance and $42.99 day of show (including tax and service charge) and go on sale this Friday, October 3 at 10am at the etixnow kiosk in Bubba Ray's Sport's Bar and online at This show is restricted to ages 19+ with valid ID. Doors open at 7pm.

Let the cultural appropriation-y times roll with this video that everyone thought was OK in 1993.

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