Tickets available for our final show: Tragedy Ann & The Pairs!

Our final concert of the season will fall on Saturday, June 4th and tickets are available to purchase from Tickets Please. More details coming soon!

After a season of jumping through safety hoops, we’re thrilled to be presenting this show in June – it’s a rescheduled show from January. We really wanted to put these two bands on our stage because they absolutely love to sing, and they bring a delightful energy to the stage.

Tragedy Ann

Tragedy Ann are Liv Cazzola and Braden Phelan: they favour a flashlight over a spotlight in songs for community, nature, and hardworking hospital staff. Braiding organic vocal harmonies with accordion, singing saw, guitars, and ukulele, Tragedy Ann’s arrangements are as delicate as they are driving.

They have just released a new album, Heirlooms, and our audience will some of the first to hear the new compositions live. They will be bringing tour mates Basset and bassist Peter Klassen to round out their live sound. (They also promised to bring some of their delightful album fundraiser merch, including vinyl records, a cookbook, homemade soap, and tea!).

The Pairs

The Pairs are a joyous and energetic female-fronted folk-pop group hailing from London, Ontario. Led by the powerhouse (classically trained) vocals of Renee and Noelle Coughlin and Hillary Watson. They are backed by recovering punk drummer Steve Plimmer.

The Pairs create acoustic harmony pop tunes grounded in unique rhythms that will hug your ear drums and inspire you to dance.

Our shows are still held at the Almonte Old Town Hall, third floor (there’s an accessible elevator if you use the side entrance). Doors open at 7:30, showtime is 8:00. Please bring a little cash if you’d like to pick up some music, cookbook or a t-shirt at the merch table, or a cold beverage or cookie from our bar.

Tickets for both online and in-person shows are available at our ticketing partner, Tickets Please.  There will be no limit on streaming numbers, but the show will be available for a limited time. Masks are still welcome at our shows, but are not required.

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