Slave Lake’s Multi-Rec Centre is one of four new locations added at the end of award-winning country singer Brett Kissel’s We Were That Song tour.
The four shows rounding out this year’s 120 stop tour will be Slave Lake (held on November 30), Drumheller, Bonnyville and Lac La Biche. By the end of the year, the tour will have stopped in every Canadian province.
What is being billed as Canadian music’s most extensive tour, has already seen Kissel perform 50-plus shows across Canada from January to March of this year.
“My goal for this tour was to play for as many fans as possible,” says Kissel. “I was so thankful with the response my team got from cities and towns across Canada. Unfortunately, we just didn’t have enough time to fit all the dates into my schedule,” says Kissel
“I told my agent ‘we just have to organize a Part II of this tour for the Fall so we can hit all the spots we missed in the first quarter of 2018.”
Kissel says he local Albertan, born and raised, on a cattle ranch just outside of St Paul, so adding four extra shows in Alberta is exciting.
Kissel mentions is looking forward to coming back to Northern Alberta and especially to come Slave Lake as he has never been here before.
“Expect it to be a fun energetic show.”
Kissel adds country newcomer Dan Davidson, will be joining hi, again as a special guest on select dates on Part II including Slave Lake.
Kissel explains Davidson is also an Albertan from Saint Albert.Earlier this year Kissel received the Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) Road Gold Award for Part 1 of the Canadian tour, recognizing a high level of achievement during a touring period.
Tickets to the concert are for sale and are available on http://brettkissel.com/tour.html