Vancouver rockers Theory Of A Deadman are currently on the road in the US supporting their latest album, Gasoline, but Canadian fans can look forward to the boys' return for an Ontario-West tour that begins late next month.
The band will kick things off back home with a performance at the CASBY Awards in Toronto on November 23, and then hit the road for a headlining tour with opening act Hurst (i.e. Trevor Hurst, ex-singer for Econoline Crush).
Right now, TOAD are down south opening for a number of high-profile modern rock acts across the States, including Saliva, Alter Bridge, Institute (featuring Mr. Gwen Stefani himself, Gavin Rossdale) and fellow Canucks Our Lady Peace.
The Canadian leg will begin for reals on November 25 in Kingston, ON and wind its way west before ending with a homecoming show in Vancouver on December 15.
November 23, Toronto, ON - Kool Haus (CASBY Awards Show Performance)
November 25, Kingston, ON - Stages
November 26, Toronto, ON - Opera House
November 28, Barrie, ON - Foundation
November 30, Ottawa, ON - Capital Music Hall
December 1, Kitchener, ON - Elements
December 2, Sarnia, ON - Industry
December 3, London, ON - The Drink
December 5, Thunder Bay, ON -Community Auditorium (on Paul Shaffer Drive!)
December 7, Edmonton, AB - Cowboys
December 8, Regina, SK - The Distrikt
December 9, Red Deer, AB - The Catwalk
December 13, Calgary, AB - MacEwan Hall
December 15, Vancouver, BC - 2005 CFOX Santa Ball
Writer: Neil McDonald