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Signal Hill

January 18 & 19 Ballroom


Signal Hill is a four man acoustic rock band from St. John’s, Newfoundland, currently based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Since 1991 they have toured Canada and beyond, to places such as the Dominican Republic and Moscow, Russia. Winning the best band and best cover band several times in the The Coast (Halifax) reader's poll, as recently as 2013, Signal Hill has been a mainstay in the east coast music scene for years. The formula is simple: great songs you know and love, solid, rich four part vocal and acoustic guitar arrangements, and miles and miles of energy!

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Craft Crash Party

Feb 15 Ballroom, gastropub and Patio

Where: Tide and Boar Gastropub (adv. Tickets $20 / $25 at the door) 19+ only When: Friday Feb 15 / Courtyard 7pm - 12am (free entry)
Pub and ballroom 10pm - 2am (ticketed show)
What: A celebration of everything local from craft drink to live electro music shows from across the Atlantic Provinces.
Music by: Weak Size Fish, Jamie Comeau & the Crooked Teeth, Superfluid, Russell Louder, Bleum, Jaguar Knights & special guests
Visuals by: Special guests Design by: Orion Production Design

BYO positive attitude. Flash rabbit says plan in advance and don’t drink and drive.

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March 2 Gastropub

Formed in May 2011, What the Funk (aka WTFUNK) pays homage to funk, R&B and Soul as an 8-piece dance machine that pumps out classics and soon-to-be classics from the world’s most well known and celebrated artists. The sounds of Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Tower of Power, Adele, Bruno Mars and Ce-Lo Green among many others are represented by powerhouse vocals, a funky rhythm core and a three-piece horn section. Starting as a house band on the club scene, WTFunk quickly rose to notoriety playing weddings, corporate parties, fundraisers and cultural events all over greater Saint John. What is the secret to the band’s early success? Dynamic, energetic, great music that gets people to the dance floor and keeps them there with an ever evolving repertoire. WTFunk carefully crafts its song list to appeal to music and dance lovers alike--age is irrelevant. If “movin’ to the groovin” is your goal, WTfunk is your band.

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Tech N9ne

March 6 Ballroom

While crafting what would be one of the most important albums of his career, Tech N9ne thought back to some of his early material. Before Strange Music became the No. 1 independent rap music label, the Kansas City rapper released The Calm Before The Storm. The acclaimed collection included songs that hinted at the type of artist he would become, from the conceptually rich “Questions” to the devilishly clever “Mitch Bade.”

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Just Jacobus

March 8 Gastropub

Après s'être taillé une place parmi la frange la plus novatrice du rap canadien au sein des formations Jacobus et Maleco et Radio Radio, Jacques Jacobus claironne fièrement en 2017 “Le retour de Just Jacobus”, titre d'une première parution en solo. En renouant avec le nom sous lequel il a pour la première fois pris la scène, Jacques Jacobus remonte le temps et mesure le chemin parcouru entre la naissance d'un rappeur abordant insolemment chaînes et casquette, et l'avènement du dandy immanquablement bien mis s'étant forgé une place dans l'imaginaire québécois et acadien. Laquelle de ces deux incarnations correspond le mieux à sa vérité ? se demande-t-il tout au long du “Retour de Jacobus”, sans donner de réponse de manière à rappeler que l'identité réelle de celui qui accepte de se remettre en question ne peut qu'être en constante mutation. En 2018, il évolue à nouveau pour redevenir Jacobus et laisser place à la fête, l’humour et à la démesure avec la sortie prochaine d’un nouvel album. Quelque part entre introspection et hédonisme, entre questionnements et déhanchements, entre rap et électro, le voici qui tente de réconcilier la candeur de sa jeunesse et le raffinement d’un trentenaire.


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Rich Homie Quan

MArch 20 Ballroom

Dequantes Lamar dropped the summer hip-hop hit "Type of Way" in 2013 under his teenage nickname, Rich Homie Quan. He first considered a career in professional baseball, but in 2008, the Atlanta native dropped the single "Stay Down" featuring the Stack Money Boyz. Things came to a halt when he landed in jail for a year on burglary charges, but upon his release in 2011, Quan began to make up for lost time. Hooking up with the Atlanta crew Loyalty Ova Royalties and becoming quick friends with member CEO Teezy came next, but Teezy's untimely death later in the year put a stop to Quan's planned mixtape debut. He would re-emerge a year later on the T.I.G. label and drop the mixtapes I Go in on Every Song plus Still Goin' In. The year 2013 began with a tour opening for Trinidad James, along with a guest appearance on Gucci Mane's Trap House 3 album. In the summer, he dropped the infectious club track "Type of Way," which cracked Billboard's Hot 100 chart. Rich Homie Quan released a fistful of mixtapes, and in 2016 he landed a record deal with Motown. March 2017 saw the release of the single "Replay," which appeared on the Back to the Basics mixtape, his debut release for Motown. Led by the singles "Change" and "34," Quan's debut album, Rich in the Spirit, was released in March 2018. ~ David Jeffries

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The Tea Party

March 19 Ballroom 

With a career spanning over twenty years and nine major-label releases, The Tea Party, composed of Jeff Martin, Jeff Burrows, and Stuart Chatwood, have successfully gained the attention of fans on a worldwide level, selling over 1.8 million records worldwide. In addition, they have toured a countless number of times throughout Canada, the United States, Europe and Australia. Much of the band’s success can be attributed to their phenomenal stage presence and impeccable artistry and musicianship with a wide variety of instruments and sound textures.

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March 27 Ballroom

“The average Canadian carries around with them in their head a vision of spaciousness.” So theorized Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer, describing a so-called ‘Canadian sound.’ For Schafer and many others, it was a sound defined by space, by the land and our distance from and proximity to it. For Harry Freedman, it was “gaunt” and “lonely.” Elaine Keillor called it “immense, empty, mysterious, harsh, indifferent, producing a response of awe mingled with terror and an intense sense of spiritual loneliness.”

On Wintersleep’s seventh full-length record, In the Land Of, this geography is both real and imagined. It is understood that our surroundings are not, in fact, essential or concrete elements; they’re constructed in relation to us, the inhabitants. Our identities, too, are constructed in relation to the land. The land, both physical and figurative, changes, and so do we. Familiar land. Foreign land. Inhospitable land. Unceded land. Stolen land. Dead land.

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There’s something comforting about a band name that delivers exactly what you are expecting to hear. The band realizes the potential for a sort of kitsch status being inadvertently placed upon them. However those curious to dig deeper will quickly realize their conviction for delivering authentic and original hard rock tunes.

The band was formed in 2009 by Jon Harvey (Bass & Lead vocals), Jeremy Widerman (Guitar & Vocals), Brandon Bliss (Organ & Vocals) and Steve Kiely (Drums & Vocals) as somewhat of a side-project for their other more serious bands (The Reason, Saint Alvia). Quickly the original plan of getting wasted and playing sloppy rock got twisted into something new entirely. Everyone’s influences gelled in a cohesive and exciting new take on all of the classic rock that had come before them. Quickly show offers piled up as well as festival slots and the band realized that they had something that was undeniably fun and exciting on their hands.

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Tokyo Police Club

April 10 Ballroom

Alt-rock quartet Tokyo Police Club are going for a full reboot on their semi-self-titled fourth album TPC, released October 5, 2018 via Dine Alone Records.

The album brings a new perspective and revitalized sound as the indie darlings celebrate the tenth anniversary of their breakthrough debut Elephant Shell and return from a four year absence since their last studio album, 2014’s Forcefield. The gap tested the band both collectively and individually but has also wrought a fresh vibrancy to their material.

The first track from the new album “Hercules” proves they’ve discovered something special with hooks that are stronger than ever and a loose and lively mix that perfectly represents getting the band back together. For the band, it represents a crucial piece of the new project.

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Tim Baker

April 30 Ballroom 

Every ticket sold for Tim Bakers Forever Overhead tour will include a digital download of his forthcoming album, Forever Overhead. The album will be redeemed via a promo code after April 19th @

At the end of 2017, twelve years after their inception, the multi-award winning band, Hey Rosetta! went on hiatus, after selling 10,000 tickets to five farewell shows. For the band’s principal songwriter and lead vocalist Tim Baker, this was the start of a new chapter.
On his debut solo album Forever Overhead, Baker warmly welcomes you to it. The first words we hear him sing, on the first single “Dance,” is akin to a toast: “here’s to the other side.” What follows are eleven songs that centre on kinship and show that Baker’s sharp songwriting, the heart of Hey Rosetta!, is as affecting as ever.
When crafting the album, Baker drew from 70s songwriters, like Jackson Browne and Randy Newman, whose music filled his childhood home and from his contemporaries (Feist, Leif Vollebekk, The Barr Brothers). Produced by Marcus Paquin (The National, Local Natives), Forever Overhead blends piano ballads with ebullient folk-rock tracks featuring Liam O’Neill (Suuns), Ben Whiteley (The Weather Station), as well as Mishka Stein & Joe Grass (Patrick Watson).
In the album’s opening track “Dance,” Baker moves alongside soft piano chords as buoyant, 70s pop style instrumentation and a piercing guitar riff steadily build, bolstering his words of longing. He sings of connectivity and the tender emotions that are coupled with glances across a gym’s confetti-lined linoleum floor, the air thick with potential. Like Forever Overhead as a whole, Baker brings beauty and hope into listeners’ lives.

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