Tickets for many local shows are available at Moondance Music. Shows that we are selling tickets for are listed below in order by date. ALL TICKET SALES ARE CASH ONLY!
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A Musical Journey with Janis Joplin starring Lindsay Barr
Moondance now has tickets on sale for A Musical Journey with Janis Joplin starring Lindsay Barr at the Market Hall on Friday April 13 at 8pm. Experience an exciting and soulful adventure in a show that chronicles some of Janis’s most exciting songs performed and/or recorded during her very short career. Follow Janis through some of her most influential moments in her musical journey with band mates, festivals, concerts, interviews and tv appearances in small scale theatrical moments throughout the production. This 90 minute show is framed by powerful ballads, booming soul blues and psychedelic rock pieces all delivered with the attempt to capture Joplin’s very unique and distinct voice. In Lindsay’s own words, “Nobody can even come close to the soulful depth of intense personal emotion that is portrayed in every single note sang by Joplin. As a singer and lover of this great artist, all I can do is….Try!!!” Fri Apr 13 Market Hall 8pm
James Keelaghan and Tony McManus
Moondance now has tickets on sale for James Keelaghan and Tony McManus at the Market Hall on Sunday April 15 at 4pm. James Keelaghan has been called “Canada’s finest singer-songwriter” by one of the most respected and lauded music critics/historians, Dave Marsh. Armed with a songbook that has enthralled audiences around the world, Keelaghan’s life as an artist is one that is a perpetual journey on so many levels. He has written some timeless originals like Fires of Calais, Cold Missouri Waters, Jenny Bryce, Hillcrest Mines and Kiri’s Piano. His masterful storytelling, over the course of nine recordings, and his distinctive voice have been part of the bedrock of his success, earning him his share of awards and nominations. Tony McManus has come to be recognized throughout the world as the leading guitarist in Celtic Music, while a master in many other styles. Self taught from childhood, initially through listening to the family record collection, the session scene in Glasgow and Edinburgh provided the springboard for gigs around Scotland. The release of Ceol More in 2002 was when Tony’s stature as a world class musician reached a new level and was the Critics Album of the Year in Acoustic Guitar Magazine. He is invited annually to the Chet Atkins Festival in Nashville and has appeared at prestigious guitar festivals around the world. He also plays with the quartet Men of Steel (Dan Crary, Beppe Gambetta and Don Ross).ic critics/historians, Dave Marsh. Armed with a songbook that has enthralled audiences around the world, Keelaghan’s life as an artist is one that is a perpetual journey on so many levels. He has written some timeless originals like Fires of Calais, Cold Missouri Waters, Jenny Bryce, Hillcrest Mines and Kiri’s Piano. His masterful storytelling, over the course of nine recordings, and his distinctive voice have been part of the bedrock of his success, earning him his share of awards and nominations. Sun Apr 15 Market Hall 4pm
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Stephen Fearing at the Market Hall on Tuesday April 17 at 8pm. Stephen Fearing has been named as one of the finest songwriters in Canada. He built a national and international audience for his music, doing it old school, through countless performances at intimate venues and on the concert stages of festivals and theatres across Canada, the US and the UK, with appearances at major events like the Reading Festival and WOMAD, to name just a few. Fearing has released ten albums as a solo artist, featuring musical guests including: Bruce Cockburn, Margo Timmons, Richard Thompson, Shawn Colvin, Sarah McLachlan and Suzie Vinnick. As co-founder of Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, he has released nine albums, and two albums as half of the duo Fearing & White. Tues Apr 17 Market Hall 8pm
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Whitehorse at the Market Hall on Thursday April 19 at 8pm. Glam and sleaze, desert grit and subway rats, scum-bags and fakers, hot messes and cold shoulders: welcome to the world of Whitehorse, a rock duo from Toronto. Whitehorse’s brazen sonic breadth encompasses psychedelic surf, arid border rock, lo-fi ingenuity and icy 80’s sparseness. Luke Doucet’s Gretsch White Falcon and impeccable tone, combined with Melissa McClelland’s blazing vocals and badass P- Bass playing, have made the duo’s sound unmistakably, inventively ‘Whitehorse.’ The duo’s songwriting is distinguished by its cinematic fiction, full of flawed characters, foiled plans and anti-fairytales that transform real life into sleek, stylized collages of neo-noir drama and high-gloss. Thurs April 19 Market Hall 8pm
The Dirty North Live in Peterborough
Moondance now has tickets on sale for The Dirty North Live in Peterborough on Friday April 20 at the Market Hall at 8pm. Circus Youth Students showcase their talents before a PA showcase of stand up comedy that features some of Canada’s dirtiest and darkest comedians sponsored by Fleshlight. **** Due to the explicit themes represented in the show, it is rated 18+. It’s called the DIRTY NORTH for a reason! **** J.J Liberman One of the raunchiest and realest comedians working in Canada today. His headline week at Yuk Yuk’s in Toronto was named THE #1 comedy show in Toronto of 2017 by NOW Magazine. A regular in the Toronto comedy scene, he has performed in New York, Las Vegas and Boston, as well as the Cleveland Comedy Festival; and was a runner-up at Border City Comedy Festival. Ryan Long Creator and star of Bite TV’s original series “Ryan Long is Challenged” was nominated for two Canadian Comedy Awards. A very talented performer in front of and behind the camera, Ryan has racked up millions of views online directing CBC Comedy and The Hardtimes. He has also appeared at Just For Laughs and toured with the likes of Steve-O, Tom Green and The Trailer Park Boys. Danny Polishchuk Toronto-based writer, actor, comedian and filmmaker best known for his 2017 film “Filth City”. Loosely based on former Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s crack scandal, his film won the Best Comedy at the 2017 Canadian Film Festival. As a stand-up comedian, he is a two-time semi-finalist in XM Radio’s Top Comic and has also appeared at JFL42. Fri Apr 20 Market Hall 8pm
Against the Wind: Canada’s Premier Bob Seeger Experience
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Against the Wind: Canada’s Premier Bob Seeger Experience at the Market Hall on Saturday April 21 at 8pm. Against the Wind sets the stage for memories and new experiences. This band is dedicated to honouring Bob Seger, paying homage to the undeniable motto – “Rock and Roll Never Forgets”. ATW’s song-list includes selections from Seger albums that are obvious mega hits throughout the 60, 70’s and beyond. Sat Apr 21 Market Hall 8pm
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Alex Cuba at the Market Hall on Tuesday April 24 at 8pm. Alex Cuba is a Latin Grammy/Juno winner, singer-songwriter who is not tied to tradition. Alex has a vast musical vision. His sugarcane-sweet melodies, pop-soul hooks and powerful guitar riffs, relinquish a conventional stereotype that exemplifies much of the Latin music landscape. Born Alexis Puentes in Artemisa, Cuba, was immersed in music at a very young age, joining his father’s (respected guitarist and teacher Valentin Puentes) group of 24 guitarists. Alex then went on to study electric and upright bass, then touring and recording nationally and internationally. Tues Apr 24 Market Hall 8pm
Hip to the Groove: a 60's & 70's Tribute
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Hip to the Groove: a 60's & 70's Tribute presented by the Peterborough Pops Ensemble at the Market Hall on Saturday April 28 at 7:30pm. From early rock and roll to funk, folk to disco, these two decades have made an indelible mark in music history. Featuring songs by KC and the Sunshine Band, Bread, The Carpenters, ABBA, Aretha Franklin and more, this show will make you feel like dancing! As part of the Peterborough Pop Ensemble Charity Program, the Ensemble is honoured to support the Kawartha Haliburton Children’s Foundation with a portion of the proceeds from this concert. Sat April 28 Market Hall 7:30pm
An Evening with Danny Michel
Moondance now has tickets on sale for An Evening with Danny Michel at the Market Hall on Thursday May 24 at 8pm. With nominations for three JUNOs, the Polaris Prize, The CBC “Heart Of Gold” and a pile of albums under his belt, Danny Michel is unquestionably one of Canada’s finest songwriters. His thoughtful lyrics & earnest performances have earned him a devoted fan base. He is a musical chameleon - able to slip into many genres with ease, an adventurous & fearless artist and a master at striking the right balance between unpredictability and meeting expectations, leaving you wanting more as soon as it’s over. Past critics have praised Danny’s lyrics for having “something to say” without coming off preachy. Topics range from the environment (“Feather, Fur & Fin”) to big questions (“If Gods’ on your side, then who’s on mine”). Others ask “Who’s Gonna Miss You when you’re gone?” a song which explores karma asking “Did you live it right?/did you live it wrong?”. At the moment Danny is sitting in front of a blank canvas contemplating where his next album is going to take him. It could go anywhere from here. Knowing Danny, wherever it goes – it will be an adventure. Thurs May 24 Market Hall 8pm
An Evening With Spirit: Featuring Anthony Mrocka (Spiritual Medium)
Moondance now has tickets on sale for An Evening With Spirit: Featuring Anthony Mrocka (Spiritual Medium) at the Market Hall on Saturday May 26 at 7pm. Join Acclaimed Evidential Medium Anthony Mrocka for an evening of spirit communication as he bridges the gap between the two worlds and brings forth evidence, personality, and memories from your loved ones in spirit, with messages of healing and love. Sat May 26 Market Hall 7pm
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