Fans across Canada have been waiting to see Killy on tour and we’ve seen several comments on social media urging the Toronto artist to add more cities to the line-up. It speaks to his growing popularity, but there will be plenty of opportunity to see him live this March, and in several provinces.
He’s got 7-Canadian dates lined up, kicking off in his hometown on March 8 (note that the venue recently changed to The Phoenix), and wraps up in Edmonton on March 24. In between, he’ll make another stop in Alberta, he’s got two dates in British Columbia, another in Ontario and also a show in Quebec. So not the 40-date cross-country tour we can likely expect from him in the future, but a great start for an artist that really hasn’t been out that long to begin with.
The Toronto and Victoria shows are already sold-out. These are ‘All Ages’ events, with the exception of the Montreal show which is 18+. You can purchase tickets through Killy’s website, KILLY.co. The full listing can be found on the poster below, along with the venue change details.
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