Blue Rodeo Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of “Five Days July” with a Tour

Blue Rodeo, the legendary Canadian roots rock band, is set to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their iconic album ‘Five Days in July’ with a special tour. The band will be performing the album in its entirety, from start to finish, in select cities across Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia this fall.

Lead singer Jim Cuddy expressed his excitement about the tour, stating, “We have a rare opportunity to revisit Five Days In July in its entirety. This being the record’s 30th birthday, we thought we would do a few special shows and play the record front to back. Should be fun

The nine-date tour will kick off on October 4th at Montreal’s Place des Arts. Blue Rodeo will then make their way through Ontario, with shows at Niagara’s Fallsview Casino on October 6th, Hamilton’s FirstOntario Concert Hall on October 13th, Kingston’s Leon’s Centre on October 14th, London’s Budweiser Gardens on October 15th, and Belleville’s Empire Theatre on October 17th

Continuing their anniversary celebrations, the band will perform at the Avenir Centre in Moncton on October 21st, the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax on October 22nd, and the Savoy Theatre in Glace Bay on October 23rd

Fans will have the opportunity to secure tickets during a presale starting on August 22nd at 10 a.m. local time through the band’s website, with general on-sale beginning on August 25th

‘Five Days in July’ was a seminal album for Blue Rodeo, and this tour allows fans to experience the album’s songs live, showcasing the band’s enduring talent and musical legacy. With their signature blend of roots rock, Blue Rodeo has captivated audiences for three decades, and this tour is a testament to their ongoing impact on the Canadian music scene

Don’t miss the chance to be a part of this special anniversary tour and witness Blue Rodeo perform ‘Five Days in July’ in its entirety. Get your tickets and join the celebration of this iconic album’s 30th anniversary

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