Folk on the Rocks with No Ice

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Hi friends! We’d just like to take a minute to give an enormous thank you to the Saskatchewan Arts Board for helping us get all the way up to the Northwest Territories and back. We truly appreciate living in a province with such a supportive organization. Hopefully we made you all proud. We’d also like to thank Folk on the Rocks, The Gateway Music Festival, Vissia, Heidi and Russ Broccolo, and the fine folks of Fort Providence and Hay River. Special shout out to Kelsey Chabot for all her beautiful design work, and for putting up with us in a van for 4500 kilometres.

Megan Nash is already back on the road touring Ontario. The rest of us are desperately seeking air conditioning for the rest of the summer. We’ll be back performing together on August 31st at Market Under the Stars. Until then, have a look at a couple pictures from tour.

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Photo by Kelsey Chabot.

You receive a certificate once you cross the 60th parallel from the visitor centre. They also have free coffee. Pretty neat.

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Photo by Kelsey Chabot.

We played the main stage on Sunday afternoon. Darnell had to lend Dana a jacket for this performance.

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Photo by Darnell Stewart.

Megan and Kelsey lookin’ all cool at Folk on the Rocks. The catering in the artist area was unreal.

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Photo by Colin Lovequist.

Post-Gateway pals. So many friends from the Saskatchewan music scene were there. What a fun festival to cap the tour off. Thanks again everyone.

 

Bears + Nash

Northern Migration Tour

Megan Nash and Bears hit the road for another joint tour this July! This time we’re driving all the way to the Northwest Territories. Come spend 20 hours of daylight with us! #BearsNashNorth

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July 13 | Fort Providence, NWT | Snowshoe Lounge
July 14-16 | Yellowknife, NWT | Folk on the Rocks
July 18 | Hay River, NWT | The Dog House Pub
July 20 | Edmonton, AB | The Almanac (w/ Vissia)
July 21 | Saskatoon, SK | Capitol Music Club (w/ Taylor Jade)
July 22 | Bengough, SK | The Gateway Music Festival*
*Megan Nash full band set only.

 

Poster by Kelsey Chabot.

 

The Northern Migration Tour is made possible through Culture on the Go funding provided by the Saskatchewan Arts Board and the Government of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport. Thank you!

Summah Shows

Here’s a list of upcoming tour dates! More will be announced soon. I promise.

As Bears in Hazenmore:

May 30 | Regina, SK | O’Hanlon’s Acoustic in the Pub
June 3 | Lethbridge, AB | Owl Acoustic Lounge
June 30 | Rocky Mountain House, AB | FrogFest
July 14-16 | Yellowknife, NT | Folk on the Rocks

As Megan Nash Band:
Is that what we’re called? We’re playing with Megan Nash and she’s going to sing her songs and we’ll play instruments.

June 3 | Lethbridge, AB | Owl Acoustic Lounge
June 4 | Calgary, AB | Lilac Festival
June 22 | Swift Current, SK | Long Day’s Night Music Festival
July 14-16 | Yellowknife, NT | Folk on the Rocks
July 22 | Bengough, SK | Gateway Music Festival

Megan Nash Album Fundraiser Shows

We’re joining Megan Nash as her backing band for two fundraiser shows coming up in Regina and Moose Jaw! All proceeds will go to the production of Megan’s new record featuring full-band arrangements of brand new songs.

March 31 | Regina | FadaDance / SoulSound
w/ Ava Wild
RSVP on Facebook here
April 1 | Moose Jaw | Chiller’s Brew Pub
w/ Johnny 2 Fingers, and Bears in Hazenmore (neat!)
RSVP on Facebook here

Seating is limited for the Regina show. It’s in the studio where we’re making Megan’s record. Can’t wait to share that experience with you! Tickets will be available next week at T+A Vinyl and Fashion

 Poster by Kelsey Chabot

 

Upcoming Shows in Alberta!

Join us for some sweet berry wine and a slice this weekend!

Feb 3 | Lethbridge | The Slice
w/ Field Holler & Stacy Tinant
Facebook Event

 

Feb 4 | Calgary | Wine-Ohs
w/ Fox Who Slept the Day Away & I Am The Mountain
Facebook Event

You comin’?