Where: The Burlington Performing Arts Centre, Main Theatre (440 Locust Street) + Livestream
When: November 13, 2021 @8pm
Cost: Tickets: Regular $69.50 and Members $64.50
Livestream: Regular $15 per household and Members $10 per household
Tickets can be purchased online at https://burlingtonpac.ca/events or by telephone 905.681.6000. All-In Pricing includes All Taxes and Fees!
Details: After a long hiatus from performing live in front of fans old and new alike, Canadian Music Hall of Famer Steven Page will be back where he belongs, when The Steven Page Trio performs at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre.
The former frontman and instantly recognizable voice of the Barenaked Ladies, Steven Page will be joined on stage by two long-time bandmates and friends, both accomplished Canadian musicians in their own right. Craig Northey (Odds) brings his vocals, guitar and banter to the band, as does cellist, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Kevin Fox.
His fifth solo album, Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II, was released in 2018, followed by tours of the UK, Ireland and the U.S. with bandmates Northey and Fox. In 2019, he toured Canada from coast to coast and an extensive tour of the U.S. Northwest, Southeast, Northeast and Texas. The Steven Page Trio – Live in Concert DVD was filmed during this tour and has been airing on American Public Television stations across the U.S.
Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit and live performances were largely shelved for more than a year and a half. Far from ever being idle, Page never stopped performing. It was only the venue that changed. Rather than sold-out theatres all over the world, he invited the whole world to come to his place (virtually).
Fans who are interested in experiencing The Steven Page Trio concert in a virtual setting can still do so by streaming the November 13 performance live through the BPAC’s livestream service. Patrons who want to experience the energy of the live concert environment can purchase tickets through the BPAC Box Office, secure in the knowledge that the BPAC’s health and safety protocols are in place to keep performers and patrons safe.
As per Ontario guidelines, all patrons must show proof of COVID-19 double vaccination to be permitted entry into the facility and wear a mask.