Manitoba folk trio Red Moon Road hits the road this summer, bringing their unique brand of storytelling roots music to Canada’s East Coast with festival and show dates in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, kicking off August 1 in English Harbour, NL.
Their performances are packed full of wit and charm as they chat with the audience between songs and their haunting folk tunes will stay with listeners long after the show is over.
Since its release, the band’s latest album, Sorrows & Glories, continues to receive significant international airplay and has garnered national charting on the earshot Folk/Roots/Blues charts, and on the Stingray Canada Folk Roots Blues chart. This summer, the band is taking its music to venues throughout the East Coast, including the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival in St. John’s Aug 4-6, Lunenburg Folk Festival Aug 10-13 and The Carleton Music Bar & Grill in Halifax Aug 16.
Red Moon Road 2017 East Coast Tour Dates:
Aug 1 – English Harbour Arts Centre – English Harbour, NL – www.englishharbourartsassociation.com
Aug 2 – Julia Ann Walsh Center – Norris Point, NL
Aug 3 – Swirsky’s Theatre and Music Hall – Corner Brook, NL – www.swirskys.com
Aug 4 – 6 – Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival – St John’s, NL – http://nlfolk.com/
Aug 8 – The Citadel House – Lewisport, NL – www.thecitadehouse.com
Aug 10 -13 – Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival – Lunenburg, NS – https://www.folkharbour.com/
Aug 15 – Seawind Landing – Charlos Cove (Guysborough County), NS – https://www.seawindlanding.ca/summer-tunes-at-seawind-2017/
Aug 16 – Carleton Music Bar & Grill – Halifax, NS – www.thecarleton.ca
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