One of Canada’s most treasured musicians, Alan Doyle announces his latest cross-Canada tour, Rough Side Out. Kicking off in Moose Jaw, SK on February 19 and hitting 21 markets across the country, the Rough Side Out tour will be Alan Doyle’s most extensive Canadian tour ever. Doyle will be touring with his powerhouse 6-piece band and special guest Kelly Prescott.
The songwriter, producer, actor and author is a 12-time JUNO Award nominee for his solo material and work with his iconic band Great Big Sea. In 2018, he was awarded the Oder of Canada for his contributions to the musical traditions of Newfoundland and for his commitment to numerous charitable initiatives.
Doyle recently teamed up with country star Dean Brody for a new single, “We Don’t Wanna Go Home”, the first song released from Doyle’s upcoming EP, Rough Side Out, due out February 14, 2020.
“‘We Don’t Wanna Go Home’ is about the greatest night of your life being interrupted by the tolling of the last call bell at the pub. The speakers in the song cry the most desperate plea to the publican to keep the place open for at least one more round,” Doyle says.
Stream “We Don’t Wanna Go Home” HERE.
ALAN DOYLE ROUGH SIDE OUT TOUR
Wednesday, February 19 – Mae Wilson Theatre – Moose Jaw, SK
Thursday, February 20 – Conexus Arts Centre – Regina, SK
Friday, February 21 – Burton Cummings Theatre – Winnipeg, MB
Saturday, February 22 – TCU Place – Saskatoon, SK
Sunday, February 23 – Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium – Brandon, MB
Tuesday, February 25 – Yates Memorial – Lethbridge, AB
Wednesday, February 26 – Esplanade Theatre – Medicine Hat, AB
Thursday, February 27 – Central Alberta Theatre – Red Deer, AB
Friday, February 28 – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Calgary, AB
Saturday, February 29 – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Edmonton, AB
Sunday, March 1 – Vic Juba Community Theatre – Lloydminster, AB
Tuesday, March 3 – Keyano Theatre & Arts Centre – Fort MacMurray, AB
Wednesday, March 4 – Grande Prairie Live Theatre – Grande Prairie, AB
Thursday, March 5 – PG Playhouse – Prince George, BC
Friday, March 6 – Chilliwack Cultural Centre – Chilliwack, BC
Saturday, March 7 – Vernon Performing Arts Centre – Vernon, BC
Sunday, March 8 – Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Vancouver, BC
Tuesday, March 31 – Grand Theatre – Kingston, ON
Wednesday, April 1 – Centennial Hall – London, ON
Thursday, April 2 – FirstOntario Concert Hall – Hamilton, ON
Friday, April 3 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON
Saturday, April 4 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON