SEVEN Canadian concerts announced!

Live Nation has announced earlier today that Roxette will play in seven major Canadian cities – including previously rumoured Toronto on August 30. Roxette’s “Travelling” is due out in Canada on June 12 and Canadian Tour edition Hits! package on July 17.

Both bands to release Canadian Tour edition hits packages on July 17

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada @ Sotianbank Place
Wednesday, August 29

TICKETS (prices from CA$ 34.50 to CA$ 69.50 excluding fees; on sale from April 21)

Toronto, Canada @ Molson Amphitheatre
Thursday, August 30

TICKETS (prices from CA $88.50 to CA $116.75 including fees)

Montreal, Canada @ Centre Bell
Friday, August 31


Winnipeg, MB, Canada @ MTS Centre
Friday, September 7

TICKETS (prices from CA$ 27.24 to CA$ 88.75 including fees; on sale from April 20; different presales start earlier)

Calgary, Canada @ Scotiabank Saddledome
Sunday, September 9

TICKETS (prices from CA$ 25.24 to CA$ 88.00 including fees; different presales start earlier)

Edmonton, Canada @ Rexall Place
Monday, September 10

TICKETS (prices from CA$ 27.50 – CA$ 90.51 including fees; on sale from April 20; different presales start earlier)

Vancouver, BC, Canada @ Rogers Arena
Wednesday, September 12

TICKETS (prices from CA $27.94 – CA $96.90 including fees)


Thanks to Evgeny Perekopskiy and for letting us know.

10 thoughts on “SEVEN Canadian concerts announced!”

    • Lol, that was crazy. First 4, then 5, then 6 and 7 in the end. It seems like there has be a big promotional campaign behind it if they announce so many dates at once.

      • I don’t know about the others cities, but here in Quebec City I’ve heard the news on the radio and there’s an article on the front page in all the major news websites for the Montreal show! 🙂
        Also, here’s the link for Tickets for the Montreal show to put in the world tour section! 🙂

  1. They announce alot of dates and also, in big arenas that can hold 15000 ppl and more.
    I’m so happy right now!! Already got my tickets for NYC and Boston. I’ll add Montreal and Ottawa for sure… maybe Toronto too!! We’ll see! 🙂

  2. Wow, pretty major arena’s – quite a difference with the US. But I’m quite confident they can be filled pretty well, just like Australia!

  3. I don’t think I’m going to be able to sleep until I have tickets in my hands!!!!!!! Best. News. EVER. 😀

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