SWEET ALIBI HIT THE ROAD ACROSS CANADA THIS SPRING
SHOWS ACROSS WESTERN CANADA AND ONTARIO THROUGH APRIL AND MAY WITH ADDITIONAL
STOPS IN THE FALL
NEW ALBUM MAKE A SCENE OUT NOW
Toronto, ON – April 12, 2022 – Following the release of their electrifying new album, Make A Scene, award-winning roots-pop outfit, Sweet Alibi, are thrilled to be hitting the road, bringing their songs to life on stages across Canada.
Kicking off with a hometown Winnipeg show on April 24th at The Park Theatre, the band will travel across western Canada through to the end of the month, before heading east to Ontario for a run of concerts through May. The band will then hit the Main Stage at the Winnipeg Folk Festival this summer, then head back west for stops in Saskatchewan and Alberta in the fall.
Live in concert is the perfect way to experience the songs from Make A Scene, as the album’s themes delve heavily into life on the road. Audiences are sure to be delighted by the band’s signature soulful roots-pop sound, elevated by Jess Ray Ayre, Amber Nielsen and Michelle Anderson’s luminous vocal harmonies.
Sweet Alibi’s shows are a must-see for this season – don’t miss them when they hit your town!
UPCOMING CANADIAN TOUR DATES:
April 24 – The Park Theatre – Winnipeg, MB
April 27 – Maury Young Centre – Whistler, BC
April 29 – A.C.T. Centre – Maple Ridge, BC
April 30 – Fanny Bay Community Centre – Fanny Bay, BC
May 1 – Hermann’s Jazz Club – Victoria, BC
May 18 - Melville White Church – Caledon, ON
May 19 – Monarch Tavern – Toronto, ON
May 20 – Grove Theatre – Fenelon Falls, ON
May 21 – Cultivate Festival (Daytime Show) – Port Hope, ON
May 21 – Mule Spinner – Hamilton, ON
May 22 – Stone Crop Acres Winery and Vineyard – Morrisburg, ON
July 7–10 – Winnipeg Folk Festival – Winnipeg, MB
September 23 – The Artesian on 13th – Regina, SK
September 24 – The Bassment – Saskatoon, SK
September 30 – New Moon Folk Club – Edmonton, AB
October 1 – The Ironwood – Calgary, AB
ABOUT SWEET ALIBI:
Known for their soulful three-part harmonies, Western Canadian Music Award winners, Sweet Alibi, have shared their folk roots-pop infused music with listeners across North America and Europe since 2009. They are the distinct and complementary voices of Jess Rae Ayre, Amber Nielsen and Michelle Anderson, joined by Alasdair Dunlop on bass and Sandy Fernandez on drums. Their music has garnered national accolades and awards, has been featured on MTV U.S., CMT, and has received major radio play on college/community and satellite radio, with several songs reaching the top 20 of CBC Music’s national charts.
Their latest album, Make A Scene – produced by Matt Peters and Matt Schellenberg (a.k.a. members of indie-pop squad, Royal Canoe, who produce under the Deadmen moniker) – weds rich lyrical themes to wildly accessible songs such as the propulsive Confetti (which occupied CBC Music’s Top 20 for an impressive eight weeks) building on previous airplay Sweet Alibi enjoyed on satellite and terrestrial radio. Bassist Alasdair Dunlop and drummer Sandy Fernandez round out the acclaimed Western Canadian Music Award winners.