Published Jul 14, 2016It's been just over a week since Julie Doiron and the rest of Weird Lines released their self-titled debut album, but the songwriter looks to be spending the rest of her summer outside of the band. A solo tour kicks off early next month.
Doiron is taking her solo catalogue out on the road in August for a full-band tour, with dates running from Quebec out to BC. The trip will also include performances from West Coast troupe Adrian Teacher and the Subs, as well as Nova Scotia's Construction & Destruction.
You'll find all of the date, city, and venue details on Doiron's next run of festival and club dates down below.
While Weird Lines just put out their first full-length, it's been almost four years since Doiron delivered her last proper solo LP, So Many Days. You can revisit that album below via a stream of its "By the Lake."
08/02 Montreal, QC - Bar Le Ritz +
08/03 Ottawa, ON - Bar Robo +
08/04 Toronto, ON - Sneaky Dees *
08/05 Sudbury, ON - The Townehouse Tavern (Townehouse Craft Beer Festival) +
08/06 Thunder Bay, ON - The Apollo +
08/07 Winnipeg, MB - The Good Will Social Club +
08/08 Saskatoon, SK - Vangelis Tavern +
08/09 Edmonton, AB - The Buckingham +
08/10 Calgary, AB - Broken City +
08/11 Abbotsford, BC - Jam In Jubilee +
08/12 Vancouver, BC - Red Gate +
08/25 Owen Sound, ON - Heartwood Concert Hall ^
08/27 Toronto, ON - House of Wayward Women (World's Tiniest Music Festival) #
+ with Adrian Teacher and the Subs, Construction & Destruction
* with Adrian Teacher and the Subs, Construction & Destruction, Protruders
^ with Nick Ferrio
# solo show