Live Nation has announced three concerts scheduled for Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom this winter.
First came news that extreme power-metal band Dragonforce would play the venue on March 13, accompanied by guests Battle Beast and Seven Spires.
Shortly thereafter came word that Canadian guitar-rockers the Trews--originally from Antigonish, Nova Scotia, but currently based in Hamilton, Ontario--would hit the Commodore stage on February 5.
The group has just released a video for its single "Permission", which features a guitar solo by Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes, who is producing the Trews' upcoming album.
A third Live Nation announcement this morning reveals that American pop singer-songwriter and actress JoJo will visit the Commodore for a show on February 23, performing tunes from her latest album Trying Not To Think About It.
Tickets or all three shows go on sale to the general public this Friday (October 29) at Ticketmaster, with presales taking place October 26.
Please note: Following orders of the Public Health officer, all attendees of these events are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and must provide proof using their B.C. vaccine card and ID.