Matthew Good’s new record, Something Like A Storm, was released Oct 27 and debuted in the top 5. His second single, “There The First Time” is out at radio now. To date, Good’s studio albums have combined for nearly one million albums sold in Canada alone. He has also been nominated for an incredible 21 JUNO Awards, including one for his last studio album, Chaotic Neutral.
Our Lady Peace is one of the most successful bands in Canada today. The band has sold over five million albums worldwide, won four JUNO Awards, and ten Much Music Video Awards – one of the most MMVA’s ever awarded to any artist or group. Our Lady Peace’s four song EP, Somethingness Vol. 1 came out in October of 2017 and features the song “Drop Me In The Water”. Somethingness Vol 2 will come out early in 2018.
For this tour, Matthew Good and Our Lady Peace have partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket will go to support War Child Canada and their work with war-affected communities to help children reclaim their childhood through access to education, opportunity and justice.
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Tickets range in price from $45.50 to $75.50 (plus service charge).Tickets available at Mile One Centre box office, by calling (709) 576-7657 and online at mileonecentre.com.
To help celebrate St. Patrick’s Day weekend, the Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni will play an exhibition game against the St. John’s Caps at Mile One Centre on Friday, March 16, at 7 p.m. Partnering with Rogers and Scotiabank, the Leafs Alumni have pulled together a roster of players sure to entertain and bring back memories for Leafs fans of all generations. Among the players in attendance will be: Curtis Joseph, Rick Vaive, Gary Leeman, Steve Thomas, Kevin Maguire, Dan Daoust, Dave Reid, Al Iafrate, Nik Antropov, Wayne Primeau, Darcy Tucker and Buddy the Puffin
“We’re looking forward to visiting the great city of St. John’s as part of our Alumni Association’s efforts to bring the Toronto Maple Leaf experience to more communities across Canada.”, said Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni Association President Dan Daoust. “The Maple Leafs have a long history in Newfoundland, which was home to our AHL farm club for 15 seasons.”
The Toronto Maple Leafs helped open Mile One Centre on September 16, 2001, with their annual Blue & White game, following up the next night with an exhibition game against the Montreal Canadiens.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Tickets $18.00 each (plus HST and surcharge) and available at Mile One Centre box office, 709.576.7657 and mileonecentre.com