Tegan and Sara announce the Not Tonight Tour – intimate evenings of music and storytelling

Innovative multi-Platinum duo Tegan and Sara announce the Not Tonight Tour, kicking off March 20th and making its way across Ontario for a 12-city run of specially curated shows. This is Tegan and Sara like never before, up close and personal for an intimate evening of acoustic performance and storytelling showcasing their 2002 album ‘If It Was You,’ with an additional set of some of their most beloved songs.

With ten studio albums to their credit and over a million records sold, Tegan and Sara have used music as a way of storytelling throughout their over 20-year career. With that storytelling at the core, they have built a multi-faceted media empire that stretches into TV, books, newsletter and public service, but always deeply rooted in music. Adding executive producer credits to their resume after last fall’s release of the coming-of-age TV series High School,’ based on their critically acclaimed, New York Times best-selling memoir, Tegan and Sara also recently delivered ‘Junior High,’ a young adult graphic novel series penned by the duo.

With multiple JUNO Award wins, a Governor General’s Performing Arts Award, the 2018 New York Civil Liberties Union Award, and numerous Grammy, GLAAD, and Polaris Prize Award nominations, Tegan and Sara have much to be proud of, but their crowning achievement thus far is the Tegan and Sara Foundation, which fights for health, economic justice and representation for LGBTQ girls and women. Launched in 2016, the foundation raises awareness and funds, fighting for equality and justice through its flagship program and supporting grassroots organizations, activists, and communities that often go unrecognized by major funding institutions.

The Not Tonight Tour will begin public on-sale in most markets Friday, September 8th at 10:00 a.m. local time – get your tickets and more information HERE.

March 20th – Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts – Richmond Hill, Ontario
March 21st – Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts – Brantford, Ontario
March 22nd – The Rose Brampton – Brampton, Ontario
March 23rd – The Capitol Centre – North Bay, Ontario

March 26th – Meridian Theatres @ Centrepointe – Ottawa, Ontario
March 27th – Kingston Grand Theatre – Kingston, Ontario
March 28th – Chatham Capitol Theatre – Chatham-Kent, Ontario

March 30th – Mattamy Theatre – Milton, Ontario
March 31st – Legacy Hall at Deerhurst Resort – Huntsville, Ontario

April 3rd – FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre – St. Catharines, Ontario
April 5th – Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts – Oakville, Ontario
April 7th – River Run Centre – Guelph, Ontario

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