Doors 7:00 PM / 19+

Jay & Dan Meet & Greet Package

Package includes:

  • Premium reserved seat in the first 10 rows
  • Exclusive preshow meet & greet with Jay & Dan
  • Personal photograph with Jay & Dan
  • Autographed 8×10 photo
  • Collectible Jay & Dan podcast hockey puck (exclusive to VIP packages only)
  • Jay & Dan “YaBlew It” pennant
  • Exclusive VIP merchandise item
  • Official meet & greet laminate
  • Limited availability

Jay & Dan – Early Entry Package

Package includes:

  • Premium reserved seat
  • Autographed 8×10 photo
  • Jay & Dan “YaBlew It” pennant
  • Exclusive VIP merchandise item
  • Official early entry laminate
  • Limited availability

Jay Onrait

Host, SC With Jay and Dan – Presented by Tim Hortons

Jay Onrait co-hosts SC WITH JAY AND DAN – PRESENTED BY TIM HORTONS alongside Dan O’Toole, airing weekdays at 12 midnight ET, bringing viewers their trademark charisma and humor combined with a snapshot of the day’s sports events, including highlights, trending stories, and popular segments like the fan-favourite “Ya Blew It!!!” Viewers can also catch Onrait and O’Toole each morning as the midnight broadcast repeats on a loop throughout the morning hours.

Born in Calgary and raised in Athabasca, Alberta, Onrait first joined TSN in 1996 as an editorial assistant while still in school. After graduating from Ryerson University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in Radio and Television Arts, Onrait went on to become the sports director at a television station in Saskatoon, before spending two years as the host of The Big Breakfast on A-Channel in Winnipeg.

Onrait joined NHL Network in 2001, serving as host of the network’s flagship show NHL On The Fly as well as Molson That’s Hockey 2. A year later, Onrait returned to TSN as a co-host of various editions of SPORTSCENTRE.

In 2003, Onrait was paired with O’Toole at the anchor desk, and over the duo’s decade-long run (2003-2013), became known for his humorous take on sports news and highlights, evolving the pair’s SPORTSCENTRE broadcasts into a pop culture phenomenon in Canada with a dedicated and passionate viewership.

In 2010, Onrait served as co-host of Olympic Morning on CTV alongside Beverly Thomson for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. The following year, Onrait was recognized for his outstanding contributions to the world of sports with a Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor after receiving a nomination in the same category in 2010. During the London 2012 Olympic Games, Onrait and O’Toole hosted SPORTSCENTRE live from Trafalgar Square.

Prior to re-joining TSN in 2017, Onrait and O’Toole co-hosted Fox Sports Live on FS1 (Fox Sports 1) in the United States.

A veteran sports broadcaster and on-air personality, Onrait is also the Canadian best-selling author of Anchorboy and Number Two.

Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayOnrait

Dan O’Toole

Host, SC With Jay and Dan – Presented by Tim Hortons

Dan O’Toole co-hosts SC WITH JAY AND DAN – PRESENTED BY TIM HORTONS alongside Jay Onrait, airing weekdays at 12 midnight ET, bringing viewers their trademark charisma and humor combined with a snapshot of the day’s sports events, including highlights, trending stories, and popular segments like the fan-favourite “Ya Blew It!!!” Viewers can also catch O’Toole and Onrait each morning as the midnight broadcast repeats on a loop throughout the morning hours.

Originally from Peterborough, Ontario, O’Toole graduated from Algonquin College in 1996 with a diploma in broadcasting. While in college, O’Toole did play-by-play for the Ottawa 67s. O’Toole moved to Vancouver in 1997 to work as a traffic reporter for CJJR-FM and CFUN-AM radio stations, reporting from a four-seater plane.

In 1998, O’Toole moved to Fort McMurray, Alberta where he worked as sports director for CJOK-FM and CKYX-FM radio stations for three years. While at the radio stations, O’Toole called play-by-play for the Fort McMurray Oil Barons of the AJHL.

In 2000, O’Toole worked at CTV Edmonton as the Fort McMurray news reporter in the evenings while continuing to work as the radio sports director in the morning. Prior to joining TSN in 2002, O’Toole was part of Citytv’s launch in Vancouver, where he worked as an anchor and reporter.

The following year, O’Toole was paired with Onrait at the SPORTSCENTRE anchor desk, and over the duo’s decade-long run (2003-2013), became known for his humorous take on sports news and highlights, evolving the pair’s broadcasts into a pop culture phenomenon in Canada with a dedicated and passionate viewership.

A veteran sports broadcaster and on-air personality, O’Toole hosted SPORTSCENTRE with Onrait live from Trafalgar Square during the London 2012 Olympic Games and hosted SPORTSCENTRE from the International Broadcast Centre during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games alongside Cory Woron.

Prior to re-joining TSN in 2017, O’Toole and Onrait co-hosted Fox Sports Live on FS1 (Fox Sports 1) in the United States.

Follow Dan on Twitter: @tsnotoole

Special Guest: Skye Wallace

After years alternating between sweaty rock shows in clubs and more organic semi-acoustic theatre gigs, JUNO winner Matt Mays is embarking on the Howl At The Night Tour this fall – bringing together both sides of the Matt Mays concert experience for the first time. Matt describes the show as “a journey through songs, old and new, an evening that will start off woody and mellow and finish electric and stormy. Without a doubt, it’ll leave everyone in the house howling at the night!”

The Howl At The Night Tour follows a summer of electric shows with his full band and the acoustic Dark Promises Tour. Other recent highlights include US tour dates with The Gaslight Anthem, a set at the Outlaw Music Festival supporting Willie Nelson and Matt’s first headline concert at the legendary Massey Hall in Toronto

Doors 7:00 PM
Doors: 7:00pm

Every ticket for this show includes a digital download of Said The Whale’s new album, Cascadia (Deluxe Edition). You will receive an email with more details about this offer approximately 7 days after your purchase.

VIP ticket includes:

Early venue access for a private Said The Whale soundcheck performance.

The band will also stick around afterwards to hang out, meet you, and take photos!

In addition to all that, you will receive the following exclusive merch when you arrive at the venue:

  • Signed Tour Poster
  • Exclusive Cascadia Tour Laminate
  • Cascadia socks

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/saidthewhale/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/saidthewhale

Instagram – @saidthewhale

Doors: 7:00pm

In 1999, Halifax rock band Thrush Hermit released their final album, Clayton Park. Well-regarded upon release for its ambitious alchemy of anthemic hooks and 70s-inspired riffage, the album has since gained a reputation as a classic of its era.

To celebrate Clayton Park’s twenty-year anniversary, the album will be issued on Record Store Day for the first time as a gatefold double-vinyl package via New Scotland Records.

Coinciding with this release, original members Rob Benvie, Cliff Gibb, Ian McGettigan, and Joel Plaskett will be briefly reforming for a limited run of shows in October 2019. For a band renowned for its raucous live performances, the anniversary is an occasion of both nostalgic reminiscence and excitement in rekindling its formidable rock power one more time.

“My forearms feel very limber,” McGettigan says. “Oh so very limber.”

Doors: 6:00pm

Time and freedom breed invention. Without compromise, GRAMMY® Award-nominated quintet Periphery—Misha Mansoor [guitar, programming], Jake Bowen [guitar, programming], Matt Halpern [drums], Spencer Sotelo [vocals], and Mark Holcomb [guitar]—enliven, enlarge, and expand the outer reaches of their signature progressive alternative metal on 2019’s Periphery IV: HAIL STAN [3DOT Recordings]. For the first time in a 13-year career, the group devoted an entire year to crafting the nine tracks comprising the album.

As a result, it sees them not only tread new territory, but conquer it.

“We finally spent a year on a record,” says Jake. “We’ve never been able to do that. The quality and pacing of the work show we really took our time with this one. That’s an important note about this. We really got to do everything we wanted to do in the space we had to do it.”

Adds Mark, “We’ve been learning how to do this as we go along. We cleared our schedules and made this one happen. We removed restrictions, boundaries, and deadlines. We chased freedom. We went to the extreme and took off a whole calendar year—15 months between shows. It pushed us to create the record we wanted to.”

They certainly earned such latitude. Most recently, Periphery III: Select Difficulty solidified their position at the forefront of modern heavy music. Opener “The Price Is Wrong” received a 2017 GRAMMY® Award nomination in the category of “Best Metal Performance.” Meanwhile, the album tallied 35 million cumulative streams and marked their third consecutive debut in the Top 25 of the Billboard Top 200. It represented the apex of a tireless decade-long grind. Along the way, the band graced the covers of Guitar World, Revolver, Modern Drummer, Bass Player, and more in addition to attracting acclaim courtesy of Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, and more. In addition to selling out countless headline shows, they stand out as the rare act who can share the stage with everyone from Deftones to Dream Theater. Not to mention, they launched a summer camp of their own, “Periphery Summer Jam.”

As the musicians commenced work on Periphery IV in late 2017, the circumstances differed from the outset. This time around, they operated as an entirely independent outfit, recording it as the first Periphery release for their own 3DOT Recordings. Additionally, Misha had recently moved to Texas, and it would be their introductory experience tracking outside of Maryland. The setting “breathed life into the music,” as Jake explains.

The band open up the proceedings with the 16-minute “Reptile.” Exemplifying a penchant for progression, it twists and turns through moments of bludgeoning groove, intricate fret fireworks, and melodic reprieve wrapped in what Marks calls a, “more saturated, aggressive, and darker tone than on the last albums.”

“Who begins a record with a 16-minute track?” he asks with a laugh. “We could finally do that, because we call the shots with our own label. It felt liberating. There were no rules.”

Elsewhere on the record, with its incendiary chant and frenetic sensory assault, “CHVRCH BVRNER” might be “the most spastic Adderall-driven song we’ve ever written,” as Mark describes it.

“Sentient Glow” began as an idea Spencer actually sang on during his audition for the band, making for a special full circle moment. The near ten-minute closer “Satellites” saw the musicians sit together in a room with practice amps in the center and perform face-to-face—a technique implemented on “Lune” from Periphery III: Select Difficulty. They bulldozed a path for the album with the single “Blood Eagle.” It takes flight on a full steam chug of thick riffing and airtight percussion as the vocals cut like a guillotine.

“It’s the most unrelenting, uncompromising, heavy, and pissed-off song on this thing,” grins Mark. “A ‘Blood Eagle’ was a style of Viking torture. It fits the vibe!”

The slow trudge of “Garden in the Bones” offsets a hypnotic vocal performance from Spencer and a lush clean guitar bridge. The frontman’s voice exorcises raw emotion from pockets in between the distortion.

Through taking their time, Periphery arrive at a new level in the end on HAIL STAN.

“When people hear certain songs, they’re not going to expect them,” Mark concludes. “It would be amazing if we become known for that sort of unpredictability. All of our favorite artists embrace freedom and follow their own muses. It’s tangible when a band embodies that quality. I hope we do too.”

“I can’t imagine life without these guys,” Jake leaves off. “This is the tightest family you can imagine. We’re doing what comes naturally together. We love it now more than ever.”

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeripheryBand/

Twitter: @PeripheryBand

Instagram: @periphery

Doors: 7pm

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Twitter: @rhye

Instagram: @rhye

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