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Barenaked Ladies Tour Dates 2022 : Tickets and More

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Rock band Barenaked Ladies, winners of multiple Grammy awards, will embark on a massive holiday tour throughout Canada in the latter half of 2022. Their Hometown Holidays Tour takes place in December, making important stops in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and their hometown of Toronto. The band just finished the last leg of their Last Summer On Earth Tour earlier this year, featuring appearances from special guests Gin Blossoms and Toad the Wet Sprocket.

Barenaked Ladies will keep touring in support of their 12th studio album, “Fake Nudes,” published on November 17th, 2017, by Vanguard Records. The previous studio album, titled “Silverball,” released in 2015, debuted at number five on the Billboard Rock list. The same year, the band went on their Silverball Tour with Alan Doyle across Canada. It wrapped up another leg of their Last Summer on Earth Tour with support from Violent Femmes, Colin Hay of Men at Work, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, and Howard Jones. Both tours took place in North America.

It Was a Huge…Error That Started Everything Off

The goal of many bands is to get together and make music, but the Barenaked Ladies began their career with a significant blunder rather than a spectacular first performance. Ed Robertson and Steven Page became friends because they shared a passion for music and other things in common when they first met. Robertson was a member of a cover band that was going to compete in a Battle of the Bands event that was being held for a charitable cause. The cover band he was in disbanded. However, when he was phoned to confirm his band’s arrival, he gave them the band name Barenaked Ladies and stated they would be there. He did not back out of their commitment to being there.

He then contacted Page to ask if he would appear alongside him. They used the time when other bands were performing to hone their skills as a collective unit. Barenaked Ladies delivered a strong performance despite having little preparation time before the show. The band was then allowed to open for another local band. Once more, the band members did not rehearse before the following gig; instead, they improvised while performing on stage. Improvisation became something of a tradition at Bare Naked Ladies concerts because of this. Nowadays, audiences recognize Barenaked Ladies for its humorous shows, which feature a great deal of banter and musical performance. The band has come a long way thanks to one significant error. Induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame took place in 2018 for the band Barenaked Ladies.

Who exactly are the ladies who make up Barenaked Ladies?

The current lineup of Barenaked Ladies consists of Kevin Hearn on keyboards, Jim Creeggan on bass, Tyler Stewart on drums, and Ed Robertson on lead vocals, lead guitar, and rhythm guitar. Former members of the band include people like Steven Page and Andy Creeggan.

What is the setlist for Barenaked Ladies?

Although Barenaked Ladies’ performances can differ depending on the venue, the following songs will most likely be included on their setlist:

· Bringing It Home

· Odds Are

· It’s All Been Done

· Gonna Walk

· The Old Apartment

· Brian Wilson

· Lookin’ Up

· Pinch Me

· Big Bang Theory Theme

· One Week

· If I Had $1000000

· Shallow / Old Town Road / Sicko Mode / High Hopes

How long do concerts by Barenaked Ladies typically last?

Most Barenaked Ladies concerts last between two and three hours, but the length of the show might vary based on the opening acts, encore, and other factors.

How much are tickets to see Barenaked Ladies cost?

Prices for tickets to see Barenaked Ladies on the secondary market can vary widely depending on several factors. Bare Naked Ladies tickets may be purchased for as little as $57.00 on the secondary market, with an average price of $154.00 per ticket.

Where can I purchase tickets to see Barenaked Ladies?

StubHub, Viagigo, Vividseats, Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, SeatGeek, and Livenation are the leading ticket marketplaces in the world; if you want to witness a Barenaked Ladies event, you should look for tickets on one of these websites. Livenation is another excellent option.

Barenaked Ladies 2022 Tour Dates:

12/01 Vancouver, BC – Centre for the Performing Arts
12/02 Penticton, BC – South Okanagan Events Centre
12/05 Edmonton, AB – Winspear Centre
12/06 Red Deer, AB – Red Deer Memorial Centre
12/07 Calgary, AB – Jubilee Auditorium
12/09 Regina, SK – Casino Regina
12/12 Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre
12/13 Thunder Bay, ON – Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
12/16 North Bay, ON – Capitol Centre
12/17 Ottawa, ON – National Arts Centre
12/18 Hamilton, ON – First Ontario Concert Hall
12/20 Kitchener, ON – Centre in the Square
12/21 Windsor, ON – Caesars Windsor*
12/22 Toronto, ON – Massey Hall12/01 Vancouver, BC – Centre for the Performing Arts
12/02 Penticton, BC – South Okanagan Events Centre
12/05 Edmonton, AB – Winspear Centre
12/06 Red Deer, AB – Red Deer Memorial Centre
12/07 Calgary, AB – Jubilee Auditorium
12/09 Regina, SK – Casino Regina
12/12 Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre
12/13 Thunder Bay, ON – Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
12/16 North Bay, ON – Capitol Centre
12/17 Ottawa, ON – National Arts Centre
12/18 Hamilton, ON – First Ontario Concert Hall
12/20 Kitchener, ON – Centre in the Square
12/21 Windsor, ON – Caesars Windsor*
12/22 Toronto, ON – Massey Hall

In Conclusion

The Canadian rock band known as Barenaked Ladies was established in 1988. The band was able to amass a devoted fanbase in a short time, leading to the achievement of having their self-titled first album become the first independent record to be certified gold in Canada. Bare Naked Ladies became a member of the Reprise Records roster and issued their second studio album, Gordon. The album includes the smash singles “If I Had $100,000” and “Brian Wilson.” Although Gordon was famous in Canada, Bare Naked Ladies did not reach widespread success until after the release of their album Stunt. Before this, the band had only found success in Canada. The band has been nominated for a total of 24 accolades and has won ten of them, including two Billboard Music Awards, seven Juno Awards, four MuchMusic Video Awards, and one World Music Award. The band has also sold more than 15 million records worldwide.

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