Theory of a Deadman, Barrie concert rescheduled to July 27, 2014

Theory of a Deadman live at Sound Empire had recently been postponed as singer Tyler Connolly had been battling complications due to laryngitis, leaving him unable to perform Friday June 6th.

Their local Barrie concert, which has already nearly sold out, has been rescheduled for Sunday July 27th. Few tickets remain. All sold tickets for the postponed "June 6th" date, will be honoured at the doors of Sound Empire (46 Dunlop St West, Barrie) on July 27th. Doors open at 8PM.

Deadline to request a refund for previously purchased tickets is this Friday June 13, 2014. To receive a refund, you must call or email TicketWeb no later than this Friday and follow the refund instructions they provide.


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The first band to be signed to Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger’s 604 records, Theory Of A Deadman have found consistent success as a hard rock band, winning two Juno awards, and four platinum selling albums over their 13 year career.

Formed in 2001 in British Colombia, Theory Of A Deadman earned the respect of the industry when handpicked by Chad Kroeger to be the first band on his label. This exposure gave them opportunities to open for bands like Motley Crue, Breaking Benjamin, and Slipknot. It’s also given them the opportunity to play the 96th Grey Cup halftime, a Pay-Per-View WWE Performance, and earned a slot in the Transformers: Dark Of The Moon soundtrack.

The last time Theory of a Deadman played in Barrie, it was to a sold out crowd.
Limited Advance Tickets are available online via www.admirallive.ca or in person at Tropical North Surf Shop (42 Dunlop Street East, Barrie, On).

Rescheduled Concert Info
Date: Sunday July 27, 2014
Event: 19+
Venue: Sound Empire 46 Dunlop St West, Barrie, ON

For more info, visit: www.AdmiralLive.ca

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Big Wreck added to Budweiser New Music Fest Sudbury, to replace Theory of a Deadman

The third annual Budweiser New Music Fest Sudbury headliner concert is nearing a sell out, taking place Saturday June 7th at Grace Hartman Amphitheatre. On the bill includes, Big Wreck (recently added), Monster Truck, The Glorious Sons, Gentlemen Husbands, Golden Gate Graves & local Sudbury group, Echoes the Lion.

New Music Fest organizers had to replace Theory of a Deadman with Big Wreck two days before the festival, following the announcement that singer Tyler Connolly of Theory of a Deadman has been battling complications due to laryngitis, leaving him unable to perform this Saturday June 7th.

"We were absolutely stunned when we heard the news”, comments Paul Fairley, Festival Director. “We’ve dealt with a lot of hurdles in our experience, but never our co-headliner of a festival cancelling last minute.”

Thankfully, festival organizers were able to step up to make sure they deliver on their promise to produce a world-class music festival in the City of Greater Sudbury, even under such unfortunate circumstances.

In a further statement Fairley comments, “We were faced with an awkward decision of cancelling the show while upsetting a lot of excited festival-goers, which isn't what anyone wants. Thanks to Big Wreck, our team was able to save this year's festival.  We appreciate everyone's understanding in the matter and are wishing Tyler of Theory, a very speedy recovery.”

Budweiser New Music Fest Sudbury, will host over 35 live regional and national acts of various genres performing at multiple live music venues. Participating venues will each host three to four established and developing touring artists, collectively sharing multiple festival stages. These venues include: Grace Hartman Amphitheatre, Coulson Nightclub (patio), Cousin Vinny’s, Peddler’s Pub & The Townehouse.


Limited Advance Tickets to the Saturday June 7th Headliner Concert featuring Big Wreck, Monster Truck, The Glorious Sons and others are for the time being, still available. Tickets are available at Lockerby Confectionery (1513 Paris St, Sudbury) or online at newmusicfest.ca

Festival Headliner Concert
Artist: Big Wreck, Monster Truck, The Glorious Sons, Gentlemen Husbands and Golden Gate Graves
Date: Saturday June 7, 2014
Event: All Ages/Licensed
Venue: Grace Hartman Amphitheatre, Sudbury, ON

Festival History

The New Music Fest originated in Barrie, ON (2008) and has since grown to include Sudbury and London ON, on separate weekends. Artists who have performed with New Music Fest in the past include USS, Big Wreck, Monster Truck, The Tea Party, Ian Thornley, The Trews, Big Sugar, Treble Charger, The Reason, illScarlett, Steph Lang, The Balconies, Arkells, Young Empires, Crash Karma and a long list of Canada’s hardest working indie bands and musicians.

Tourism Barrie awarded Admiral Live & New Music Fest with the “Best Marketing Campaign” in 2010 and again in 2012. This award recognizes a marketing campaign that contributes to promoting the city as a quality destination and that demonstrates effectiveness in increasing tourism.

For more info, visit: NewMusicFest.ca

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New Music Fest Sudbury announces festival headliners Theory of A Deadman & Monster Truck

Theory of a Deadman will be performing live at Grace Hartman Amphitheatre on Saturday June 7th, with guests Monster Truck, The Glorious Sons, Gentlemen Husbands and Golden Gate Graves as part of the Budweiser New Music Fest Sudbury 2014. The 7th annual Budweiser New Music Fest will host over 50 live regional and national acts of various genres performing at multiple live music venues. Participating venues will each host three-four established and developing touring artists, collectively sharing multiple festival stages.

Limited Advance Tickets to the Saturday June 7th Headliner Concert featuring Theory of a Deadman, Monster Truck, The Glorious Sons and others are on sale now! Tickets are available at Lockerby Confectionery (1513 Paris St, Sudbury) or online at newmusicfest.ca


Festival Headliner Concert
Artist: Theory of a Deadman, Monster Truck, The Glorious Sons, Gentlemen Husbands and Golden Gate Graves
Date: Saturday June 7, 2014
Event: All Ages/Licensed
Venue: Grace Hartman Amphitheatre, Sudbury, ON


Festival History
The New Music Fest originated in Barrie, ON (2008) and has since grown to include Sudbury and London ON, on separate weekends. Artists who have performed with New Music Fest in the past include USS, Big Wreck, Monster Truck, The Tea Party, Ian Thornley, The Trews, Big Sugar, Treble Charger, The Reason, illScarlett, Steph Lang, The Balconies, Arkells, Young Empires, Crash Karma and a long list of Canada’s hardest working indie bands and musicians.

Tourism Barrie awarded Admiral Live & New Music Fest with the “Best Marketing Campaign” in 2010 and again in 2012. This award recognizes a marketing campaign that contributes to promoting the city as a quality destination and that demonstrates effectiveness in increasing tourism. 

For more info, visit: NewMusicFest.ca

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Monster Truck live at Sound Empire, Barrie - Sold Out!

Juno Award winning rockers Monster Truck, return to Barrie with a now sold-out show at Sound Empire, downtown Barrie on Friday March 7th.

Hailing from Hamilton, ON, Monster Truck have been hitting radio waves with their rock n’ roll, described as aggressive, and volcanic, yet reminiscent of classic rock bands from the ‘70’s. What started as a fun, and albeit ‘selfish’ musical side-project, quickly gained momentum and took on a life of it’s own.

The release of their debut EP (self titled), and the “Brown EP” have kept Monster Truck on the road for quite some time. Songs like “Seven Seas Blues” and “Righteous Smoke” earned the band opening slots with acts like The Sheepdogs, Alice In Chains, Slash, and Deep Purple.

What has ensued is their first full LP entitled “Furiousity”. Singles like “Sweet Mountain River”, and “The Lion” showcase exactly what the band is aiming for, the ability to keep a grasp on the classic rock roots that enabled them, while at the same time staying contemporary and true to their vast influences.

>On April 21, 2013, Monster Truck walked away with the Juno Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year. A few days later, they played to a Sold Out crowd at the Mansion Nightclub, downtown Barrie. This time they've sold-out Barrie’s own 1,200 capacity entertainment complex, Sound Empire.

CONCERT INFO
Date: Friday March 7th, 2014
Doors open: 9:00PM
Event: 19+ / Licensed (ID Required)

Venue: Sound Empire
46 Dunlop West, Barrie, ON

For more event or ticketing info, visit: AdmiralLive.ca/events

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Monster Truck bring their “Touriousity” to Sound Empire, Barrie

Juno Award winning rockers Monster Truck, return to Barrie with their “Furiousity” tour, stopping at Sound Empire, downtown Barrie on Friday March 7th.

Hailing from Hamilton, ON, Monster Truck have been hitting radio waves with their rock n’ roll, described as aggressive, and volcanic, yet reminiscent of classic rock bands from the ‘70’s. What started as a fun, and albeit ‘selfish’ musical side-project, quickly gained momentum and took on a life of it’s own.

The release of their debut EP (self titled), and the “Brown EP” have kept Monster Truck on the road for quite some time. Songs like “Seven Seas Blues” and “Righteous Smoke” earned the band opening slots with acts like The Sheepdogs, Alice In Chains, Slash, and Deep Purple.

What has ensued is their first full LP entitled “Furiousity”. Singles like “Sweet Mountain River”, and “The Lion” showcase exactly what the band is aiming for, the ability to keep a grasp on the classic rock roots that enabled them, while at the same time staying contemporary and true to their vast influences.

On April 21, 2013, Monster Truck walked away with the Juno Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year. A few days later, they played to a Sold Out crowd at the Mansion Nightclub, downtown Barrie. This time they return to play the Barrie’s own 1,200 capacity entertainment complex, Sound Empire.

Limited advanced tickets are available online via AdmiralLive.ca/events, or in person at Tropical North Surf Shop (42 Dunlop Street East, downtown Barrie).

CONCERT INFO
Date: Friday March 7th, 2014
Doors open: 9:00PM
Event: 19+ / Licensed (ID Required)

Venue: Sound Empire
46 Dunlop West, Barrie, ON

For more event or ticketing info, visit: AdmiralLive.ca

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Goddo's 35th Anniversary Reunion Tour, coming to Sound Empire downtown Barrie

Original members, singer Greg Godovitz, guitarist Gino Scarpelli and drummer Doug Inglis of Goddo will be performing live at Sound Empire downtown Barrie, Friday October 4th as part of the bands 35th Anniversary Reunion Tour. Tickets to the concert are on sale now at Liquid Chrome, Tropical North Surf Shop & AdmiralLive.ca

That same weekend, on Sunday October 6th, EOne Music Canada presents “The Pretty Bad Boys Return” Goddo’s 35th Reunion Concert Film, screening at the Uptown Theatre, 55 Dunlop St West, Barrie.

Both the Friday concert and Sunday reunion film screening will have camera crews on site, capturing additional footage for the bands upcoming documentary film, scheduled for release in 2014.

Goddo formed in 1975 and released the single Louie Louie on A&M Records Canada.  In 1977, the band was signed to Polydor Records and its self-titled debut album was released later that year.  The group followed up their debut release with ‘If Indeed It’s Lonely At The Top... Who Cares... It’s Lonely At The Bottom Too’ in 1978, ‘An Act of Goddo’ in 1979 and their chart-topping ‘Pretty Bad Boys’ in 1981.

For live events & ticket info, visit: AdmiralLive.ca

Concert Into
Date: Friday October 4, 2013
Doors open: 9:00PM
Tickets: $22.50 Early Bird | $25.00 GA Advance
Event: 19+
Venue: Sound Empire
46 Dunlop West, Barrie, ON

Concert Film Info
Date: Sunday October 6, 2013
Reception: 4:00PM
Film Starts at 5:30PM
Tickets: $9.50 GA Seating
Event: All Ages

Venue: Uptown Theatre
55 Dunlop West, Barrie, ON

For more info, visit: AdmiralLive.ca

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