On May 23rd, Carrie Underwood’s Blown Away Tour concluded at the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre. Her first international tour ran from May 2012 to May 2013 throughout cities in North America, Europe, and Australia, with plenty of sold out shows (100% sold out in 2013 alone!) among the 100+ dates.
The sun came out just for Mumford & Sons on May 24th, and they brought their energetic folk music to Surrey’s Holland Park in front of a crowd of 25,000. This is a review of the concert experience, along with some reasons why you shouldn’t miss them next time around!
“This is so f*cking weird!” exclaimed Sara Bareilles as she walked onto the stage for her sold-out concert at the Rio Theatre on May 9th. That’s typically not the greeting you’d expect from a performer, but when it comes to Sara, anything goes!
One’s Canadian. One’s American. Both are rocking independent musicians who met in New York and just embarked on a co-headlining tour together. Listen to these talented women, it’s Alexz Johnson and Charlene Kaye.
Yesternight’s Commodore performance was Young The Giant’s last theatre show of their tour for their self-titled album. If you’ve never listened to YTG before, most of their songs are like a summer road trip wrapped in beachy guitar melodies, dancy drums, and Sameer’s subtle raspy-campfire vocals…