Sarah McLachlan will return home this fall for a cross-Canada tour. The multi-Grammy and Juno winning Canadian singer-songwriter will visit 19 cities in support of her brand new album "Shine On," which was released May 6.
Posting to her official website on May 5 at SarahMcLachlan.com, the 46-year-old Halifax, NS native made the announcement in a video, which features Canadian fans announcing each of the Shine On Tour stops on the schedule. The trek kicks off Oct. 18 in Victoria, BC at Save On Foods Memorial Centre and wraps up Nov. 21 in St. John's, NL at Mile One.
Tickets go on sale May 9. VIP packages will be available. See below for a full list of tour dates. To check out the video and get more tour details, see SaraMcLachlan.com.
"Shine On" is McLachlan's eight studio album and her first release on Verve Records, after parting company with longtime label NettwerkArtista. The album features eleven-tracks and is available in CD and digital formats. Fans can also order the deluxe edition, which features an addition two songs. For more information, check out her official Facebook page.
The "Angel" hitmaker has been busy with promotional work in support of the new album, which will include appearances this week on "Good Morning America," "The View," and "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." She recently hosted her first ever live Q&As on Twitter and Reddit, as well as participating in a live Face Q&A with "Good Morning America."
Her U.S. Shine On Tour leg will kick off June 20 at Woodinville, Wash. at Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery and wrap up Aug. 3 in Dallas, Texas at Margot & Bill Winspear Opera House. For more details, visit SarahMcLachlan.com.
Did you know? "Shine On" is Sarah McLachlan's first studio album since her 2010 release "Laws of Illusion.
Sarah McLachlan Canadian Shine On Tour dates:
Oct 18 Victoria, BC - Save On Foods Memorial Centre
Oct. 20 Vancouver, BC - Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 24 Kelowna, BC - Prospera Place
Oct. 25 Prince George, BC - CN Centre
Oct. 27 Calgary, AB - Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Oct. 29 Edmonton, AB - Winspear Centre
Nov. 01 Saskatoon, SK -TCU Place
Nov. 02 Regina, SK - Conesus Arts Centre
Nov. 03 Winnipeg, MB - Centennial Concert Hall
Nov. 04 Thunder Bay, ON - Community Auditorium
Nov. 06 Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
Nov. 07 Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
Nov. 10 Hamilton, ON - Hamilton Place Theatre
Nov. 11 London, ON - RBC Theatre at Budweiser Gardens
Nov. 13 Quebec City, QC - Grand Theatre
Nov. 14 Ottawa, ON - National Arts Centre
Nov. 15 Montreal, QC - St. Denis
Nov. 18 Moncton, NB - Coliseum
Nov. 19 Halifax, NS - Metro Centre
Nov. 21 St. John's, NL- Mile One