Billy Talent announce US and Canadian tour dates

Billy Talent have announced US and Canada tour dates to coincide with their appearances at the Aftershock and Louder Than Life festivals.

Billy Talent are one of Canada’s most successful bands. They have sold nearly one million albums in Canada alone and nearly 3 million albums internationally. They have won seven Juno Awards and have been nominated 24 times, including two nods for their most recent studio album ‘Crisis Of Faith’ (for Group of the Year and Rock Album of the Year). The album also saw three songs reach #1 on rock radio in Canada and four #1 songs on rock radio in Germany. They have also been nominated for 32 MMVA Awards — taking home the prize 10 times. In 2018, the group was honored with the Legends of Live Special Achievement Award, presented by Canadian Music Week.

Most recently, Billy Talent have launched the Billy Talent Charitable Trust to give more back to the organizations that the band supports. The band labeled the effort “what the last few years have felt like while making this record. It was made while the world was facing some of the toughest obstacles we’ve ever had to endure. It’s filled with snapshots of what it means to be human and the struggles we all face both individually and collectively as people. This record was written from the heart.”

July 7th – Ottawa Bluesfest – Ottawa, Ontario
July 8th – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, Ontario
Jul 15th – Rock The Park – London, Ontario
Jul 29th – Bell Park – Sudbury, Ontario

Aug 5th – Area 506 Festival – Saint John, New Brunswick
Aug 12th – Burt Block Party – Winnipeg, Manitoba
Aug 25th – PNE Amphitheatre – Vancouver, British Columbia

September 21st – Leon’s Centre – Kingston, Ontario
September 24th – Louder Than Life Festival – Louisville, KY
September 26th — The Loving Touch — Ferndale, MI
September 27th — Avondale Music Hall — Chicago, IL
September 29th — Gramercy Ballroom — New York, NY

October 1st — Town Ballroom — Buffalo, NY
October 8th – Aftershock Festival – Sacramento, CA
October 11th – Save-On-Food Memorial Centre – Victoria, British Columbia
October 13th – South Okanagan Event Centre – Penticton, British Columbia
October 15th – CN Centre – Prince George, British Columbia
October 28th – Edmonton Halloween Howler – Enoch, Alberta
October 28th – Calgary Halloween Howler – Calgary, Alberta

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