TORONTO (CelebrityAccess) – Paul Brandt and High Valley have today (Sept. 5) announced the launch of The Journey Tour 2019.
Bringing together the best of Canadian Country Music, The Journey Tour, which will also feature special guests Jess Moskaluke and the Hunter Brothers, is set to kick off in Abbotsford, British Columbia on January 25th, before wrapping up in Sudbury, Ontario on February 24th.
Commenting on the forthcoming Canadian trek, Brandt said: “The artists I have the honor of performing with on this tour are incredibly talented, successful and also some of the best friends I’ve made in the music business. There is a palpable energy and chemistry when we are in the room together, and I can’t wait to bring that to stages across Canada. The Journey Tour will combine talent and artistic vision in a way that Canada has not yet experienced; all of the artists involved are committed to making this tour one that country music fans will never forget.”
“Every artist on The Journey Tour attributes career success to the support of Canadian country music fans,” added Brad Rempel of High Valley. “We’d be nowhere without them.”
“I am doing what I love, and loving every minute of it,” said Jess Moskaluke. “This has been the biggest year of my life, and I’m so excited to be joining The Journey Tour with Paul, High Valley, and fellow Saskies, those Hunter Brothers.”
Added J.J. Hunter, “All of The Journey Tour artists have a ton of mutual respect for each other, and a passion for our communities, and our country. We all love to use music to inspire, help people escape, and simply to have a great time. I just know this will translate loud and clear to the audiences we’ll be seeing across Canada. We love our fans, and each other. This just feels like family. This will be a journey we’ll never forget!”
All four acts will come together on stage at this year’s Canadian Country Music Awards for a special live performance.
The Journey Tour 2019 Dates:
January 25- Abbotsford, BC- Abbotsford Centre
January 26- Penticton, BC- South Okanagan Events Centre
January 28- Lethbridge, AB- ENMAX Centre
January 29- Red Deer, AB- ENMAX Centrium at Westerner Park
January 31- Calgary, AB- Scotiabank Saddledome
February 1- Grande Prairie, AB- Revolution Place
February 2- Edmonton, AB- Rogers Place
February 3- Fort McMurray, AB- Nexen Field House#
February 5- Regina, SK- Conexus Arts Centre
February 7- Saskatoon, SK- SaskTel Centre
February 8- Winnipeg, MB- Bell MTS Place
February 9- Brandon, MB- Westoba Place#
February 10- Dauphin, MB Credit Union Place#
February 12- Thunder Bay, ON- Thunder Bay Community Auditorium*
February 15- Peterborough, ON- Peterborough Memorial Centre (PMC)
February 16- Ottawa, ON- The Arena at TD Place
February 18- Toronto, ON- Queen Elizabeth Theatre
February 19- Oshawa, ON- Tribute Communities Centre
February 21- Kingston, ON- Leon’s Centre
February 22- St. Catharines, ON- Meridian Centre
February 23- London, ON- RBC Theatre at Budweiser Gardens
February 24- Sudbury, ON- Sudbury Arena
*Paul Brandt, Jess Moskaluke, and Hunter Brothers Only.