Feist to play 3 hometown shows in Calgary
Kicking off the 2017-18 Taylor Centre Concert Series at MRU
Before becoming a Juno Award-winning international pop sensation, Feist was a part of the Canadian alternative music scene with her Calgary-based punk band Placebo, which won a local Battle of the Bands to earn a spot to open for the Ramones.
She was also a key member of the musical collective Broken Social Scene.
Feist has since released several solo projects: Let It Die (2004), Open Season (2006), The Reminder (2007), Metals (2011) and this year's Pleasure.
If you want to catch Feist in Calgary at the end of September, there are a couple of tickets left, which can be purchased through Ticketmaster.
And Feist is just the beginning.
The 2017-18 Taylor Centre Concert Season will also feature the folk-rock experience of Barney Bentall and the Cariboo Express (Nov. 3) and punk Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq (Nov. 22).
For classical music fans, witness the Israeli Chamber Project (Oct. 4), the Calgary Youth Orchestra (Nov. 19), the MRU Guitar Showcase (Oct. 22) and celebrate the festive season with concerts featuring MRU Conservatory music and speech arts programs with Winter Fantasia (Dec. 10) and Sounds of the Season (Dec. 16).
Both of these events are hosted by Calgary comic a cappella group, the Heebee-jeebees.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit taylorcentre.ca.