Canadian rockers Billy Talent return to the stage for an incredible national Canadian tour, including a stop at the Edmonton Convention Centre on May 3, 2022!
With support from very special guests Anti-Flag + NOBRO, the tour comes on the heels of the forthcoming album ‘Crisis of Faith’, set for release on January 21, 2022. Pre-order here.
Tickets for The Crisis of Faith Tour go on sale Friday, October 1 at 10 a.m.
Date: May 3, 2022
Billy Talent Artist Presale: Tuesday, September 28th @ 8am – Thursday, September 30th @ 10pm [PW: CRISISOFFAITH]
AMEX FOTL Presale: Tuesday, September 28th @ 10am – Thursday, September 30th @ 10pm
Spotify Presale: Wednesday, September 29th @ 10am – Thursday, September 30th @ 10pm [PW: BT2022]
Live Nation Presale: Thursday, September 30th @ 10am – 10pm [PW: BUZZ]
Facebook/Local/Venue Presale(s): Thursday, September 30th @ 10am – 10pm [PW: COF22]
Public On Sale: Friday, October 1st @ 10am
About Billy Talent: Billy Talent are one of Canada’s most successful bands. They have sold nearly one million albums in Canada alone and nearly 3 million albums internationally. They have won 7 Juno Awards and have been nominated 23 times, including three nods for their most recent studio album Afraid of Heights (Group of the Year, Rock Album of the Year, and Ian D’Sa for Producer of the Year). They have also been nominated for 32 MMVA Awards – taking home the prize 10 times. In 2018 the group was honoured with the Legends of Live Special Achievement Award, presented by Canadian Music Week. Most recently, Billy Talent have launched the Billy Talent Charitable Trust to give more back to the organizations that the band supports.
About PUP: PUP is a Canadian rock band formed in Toronto in 2010. Each of PUP’s three albums (their self-titled debut in 2013, 2016’s The Dream Is Over, and 2019’s Morbid Stuff), has been a meticulously curated work that has taken its respective toll on the band. “We’ve all individually and collectively lost our minds in the undertaking that is our creative process,” says guitarist Steve Sladkowski. “I’m not trying to make it sound like it’s some Herculean thing, but the way in which we work is such that it involves a lot of stress.” And their hard work has paid off, landing them on Best of the Year lists from outlets like Pitchfork and Rolling Stone. For This Place Sucks Ass, however, they say it was relieving to let loose and put something into the world that values pleasure over perfection.
NOBRO, who cut their teeth on the road with bands like FIDLAR and PUP, are joining for both legs of the cross Canada tour.