Canada’s biggest rock bands are joining forces this summer

Moist, The Tea Party, Big Wreck, and Headstones will be heading out on a Saints and Sinners tour this summer.
February 12, 2020 9:40 a.m. EST
February 12, 2020 3:07 p.m. EST
Are you ready for a summer filled with rock and roll?! The biggest Canadian rock bands—Moist, The Tea Party, Big Wreck and Headstones—are teaming up and heading out on the Saints and Sinners Tour, and the four lead singers—David Usher (Moist), Jeff Martin (The Tea Party), Ian Thornley (Big Wreck), and Hugh DIllion (Headstones)—stopped by the Your Morning studio to tell us all about it. It's the first time all four bands have toured together, and with over a dozen Gold and Platinum certified albums between them, it's safe to say this is going to be epic.The nationwide trek kicks off on June 25 in Penticton B.C. and heads east before the last show in Moncton N.B. on July 24. Each show is said to have a surprise, rotating line up, and represents an awesome snapshot of Canadian rock history over the past 25 years. What's more, Saints and Sinners Tour has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket (where available) will go to the Unison Benevolent Fund and their work providing counseling and emergency relief services to the Canadian music community.Check out the tour dates here.[video_embed id='1898821']BEFORE YOU GO: Canada’s biggest rock bands are teaming up for a summer tour[/video_embed]

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