“It changes shape and shifts it takes you over. It’s just a warning sign. Because the writing’s on the wall.”
This is a must-see rock n’ roll spectacle like you’ve never experienced before with a stacked line-up of rock royalty!
On November 13, 2021, Edmonton rock fans will have something big to celebrate when the Saints and Sinners 2021 Tour unites four legendary bands–Headstones, Moist, Sloan and The Tea Party–on our stage for the first time together.
“I’m not sure that there’s a single concert goer out there that can handle what’s going to happen when all 4 of our bands are firing on all cylinders night after night. This is a tour not to be missed. Mark my words,” says Jeff Martin of The Tea Party.
Date: November 13, 2021
Original tickets are valid for the new date. If the new date doesn’t work for you, refunds are available online until December 27, 2020 via your Showpass account.
$69.00 plus (GST + services fees).
This is an 18+ event. Valid government issued ID required.
Headstones: That other band from Kingston, Ontario has spread the rock and roll gospel since its inception in 1987. Fronted by the charismatic Hugh Dillon, the band added to its impressive body of work with 2019’s PeopleSkills, its fourth album since 2013. Ferocious as ever, Headstones remain Canada’s most vital and beloved rock and roll outlaws.
Moist: With multi-Platinum selling albums in the mid-to-late 1990s that included hits such as “Push,” “Silver” and “Resurrection,” Moist’s popularity in Canada rivaled that of their grunge-era peers. Following a break in 2000, whereupon singer David Usher embarked on a successful solo career, Moist reunited to release Glory Under Dangerous Skies in 2014, which included hits “Mechanical” and “Black Roses”. Original bassist Jeff Pearce rejoined in 2019 for a sold-out national tour which marked the 25th anniversary of Moist’s debut album, Silver.
Sloan: Among North America’s strongest and most consistent pop bands, Sloan merged the intelligence and attack of alternative rock with the irresistible hooks and melodies of classic power pop. Featuring four gifted songwriters, Sloan became one of Canada’s most popular and celebrated bands of the ’90s and retained a sizable following at home well into the 2010s.
The Tea Party: With a career spanning over 30 years and nine major-label releases, The Tea Party, composed of Jeff Martin, Jeff Burrows, and Stuart Chatwood, have successfully gained the attention of fans world-wide. Much of the band’s success can be attributed to their larger-than-life stage presence. The Black River EP is the first record from The Tea Party since 2014’s The Ocean at the End. The release is a kickoff to a year-long celebration, as the band will be embarking on their 30th year together in 2020.