LastDayHere Announces Canadian Tour Dates
LastDayHere has issued the following announcement about heading to Canada for a string of tour dates:
"Plane tickets are in our pockets, shows are booked, we are ready to hit overseas!
"After we received the invite from Canadian Music Week to perform at their Canadian Music Fest in March 2011, we decided to make it a short tour and visit all our friends and fans in Canada.
We are staying in Canada from March 9th and until March 20th. In that time we are planning to do as many appearances and shows as possible to finally present our music live across the sea. We are really excited and can't wait to meet you all, our dear friends and fans, who have been waiting for us in Canada so patiently.
"Canadian Music Week is Canada's international music convention and film festival, held in Toronto (Ontario) from March 9th and until March 13th, 2011. Canadian Music Week has been happening for 29 years and is now recognized as one of the premier entertainment events in North America focusing on the business of music. As they say it - 'Where Music Means Business!'
"Canadian Music Fest, with 800 artists (big names like Papa Roach) in 55 venues in just 5 nights, will happen in Toronto, Ontario. LastDayHere is, as one of the few bands coming from Europe and as THE ONLY band coming from Slovenia, performing on Saturday, March 12th, 2011 at Bovine Sex Club in Toronto. We have also been invited for acoustic appearance at Canadian Rogers TV on the very day, we land in Canada - March 9th. Some dates in Canada are already up, stay tuned for more in the next days!"
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