Date: May 02, 2022
Time: 8:30 pm
Price: SOLD OUT
RESCHEDULED TO APRIL/MAY 2022
Due to the uncertainty of the current public health situation, Corb Lund’s “Back to the Barrooms Tour” has been postponed until April/May 2022. Previously purchased tickets will be honoured for their corresponding new date and refunds will be offered for anyone who cannot attend the new date.
January 31: New date is May 2
Multi-award winning artist Corb Lund is finally heading back on the road, hitting the legendary King Eddy stage as part of his “Back to the Barrooms” Tour (the name and poster paying homage to Merle Haggard’s classic 1980 album).
Lund will embark on a month-long trek across the country, performing intimate shows at small clubs to help bring people back into venues that have been empty for nearly two years.
“We figured our first outing back should be a tour of small bars in Canada,” says Lund. “I started out my career in many of these places, and as much as I like playing really big shows, playing small clubs is the most fun you can possibly have playing (or watching) music. It’s important to get people into these rooms and to help rebuild business in some of the venues that have been suffering so much because of the pandemic. We want this thing to be a loud, sweaty, beer-drinking party, so come out and help us make it happen. The whole point of this thing is to help everybody to remember how good music can feel. Old songs, new songs, it’ll be a blast, I promise.”
Last June, Lund released his first studio album of original material in five years, Agricultural Tragic, to much acclaim. The album debuted inside the top 5 in both the US and Canada. It was named #7 on the No Depression Readers’ “50 Favorite Roots Music Albums of 2020” list. Exclaim called the album one of the year’s “most well-rounded and re-playable releases,” while American Songwriter said that the songs “sparkle with a kind of authenticity that only someone who lives that life can project.”
About Corb Lund
Corb Lund has received multiple CCMA, Juno, and international award nominations and wins. A rural Albertan hailing from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with a long family lineage of ranchers and rodeo people, Lund is about as authentic as they come. Embracing both his Western heritage and his indie rock past through his music, Lund has been known to filter a range of cowboy themes past and present through his unique lens – from rough-and-tumble tales of lawless frontier saloons to the somber realities of running a modern family ranch.
Sound production equipment for the King Eddy provided by PK Sound and Yamaha.
*Restrictions Exemption Program applies. All individuals entering the King Eddy must provide:
– proof of full vaccination from at least 14 days prior to service (Alberta’s vaccine record with QR Code is now the only valid Alberta-issued proof of vaccination), or
– documentation of a medical exemption, or
– proof of a privately-paid negative PCR or rapid test within 72 hours of service (tests from AHS, Alberta Precision Laboratories, and at-home rapid test kits are not accepted).