Winnipeg Free Press - ONLINE EDITION
Posted: 05/17/2013 3:00 PM | Comments: 0
After Winnipeg endured a long winter, the summer will extend to October, at least if country singer Brad Paisley has anything to say about it.
Paisley’s Beat This Summer Tour hits Winnipeg’s MTS Centre Wednesday Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m. with guest artists Chris Young and Lee Brice.
Tickets are $30.50, $60.50, $80.50 (plus service charges) and go on sale May 24 at 10 a.m. at all Ticketmaster outlets or by phone at 1-855-985-5000.
The Grammy-winning Paisley invites fans to be a part of the concert’s light show by downloading the Brad Paisley Light Show App, which uses a phone’s hardware to flash colours in sync across its screen for an interactive concert experience during the show. (To download the app, go to http://lights.bradpaisley.com/.)
Paisley is donating $1 from each ticket sale to Live Beyond, a Nashville nonprofit with a mission to provide medical care, clean water, nutritional support, and development activities to impoverished communities in Haiti.
Having problems with the form?Contact Us Directly
Collision kills driver on Highway 10
Manitoba's phone-based health advice service celebrates 20th anniversary
Sixth and last suspect being sought in Polo Park robbery, confinement case
Runway at Winnipeg airport reopening after repair work
New affordable housing agreement signed
Salaries of First Nation leaders online
Moore out, Kelly in against Ti-Cats
Steeves proposes halving malathion buffer zones
Man found by firefighters identified
Filmmaker finds beauty in decay in doc-style music video about Winnipeg
Beautiful day, and week, ahead
Man jailed for cop threats
One Bad Son plays some feel-good rock at News Café
Second young candidate for seat on school board
New weather stations in works
Hajrullahu named special teams player of the week
West Nile still cause for concern
Flood swamps ability to be fierce deficit-slayer
Accused's allegations similar to brother's
Candidates focus attention on blueprint for city's growth
Bid to air abduction sentencing
New foe of nuclear-waste storage
Ripe for the pickin': berry growers and eaters enjoy a plentiful season
Hughes renews call for children's advocate independent of government