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Lund hitting the trail again

- September 17th, 2012

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Corb Lund has a cabin fever reliever for fans.

The Canadian honky-tonker and his band of Hurtin’ Albertans are saddling up and hitting the TransCanada once again this fall.

Their latest national trek kicks off Nov. 16 in Halifax and winds up nearly a month later with a two-night stand in Vancouver Dec. 12 and 13. Between those dates, they’ll play every province but Newfoundland (sorry, St. John’s) as they bang the drum for their recently released sixth album Cabin Fever, another left-field collection featuring twangy odes to goth girls, German motorcycles, Gideon Bibles, gravediggers, guns and getting down after the Apocalypse.

Tickets for most shows go on sale Friday Sept. 21 at Ticketmaster. They’ll set you back between $25 and $50 after fees and taxes, depending on the city, venue and seating. Here’s the full slate of dates:

Nov. 16 | Halifax | Casino Nova Scotia
Nov. 17 | Charlottetown | Wave
Nov. 18 | Fredericton | Playhouse Theatre
Nov. 19 | Montreal | Petit Campus
Nov. 21 | Peterborough | Venue
Nov. 22 | London | Concert Theatre
Nov. 23 | Toronto | Danforth Music Hall
Nov. 27 | Hamilton | Studio at Hamilton Place
Nov. 28 | Guelph | Concert Theatre
Nov. 29 | Thunder Bay | Outpost
Nov. 30 | Dauphin | Rotary Arena
Dec. 2 | Brandon | Westman Place
Dec. 3 | Winnipeg | Burton Cummings Theatre
Dec. 4 | Saskatoon | Odeon Events Centre
Dec. 7 | Edmonton | EXPO Centre
Dec. 8 & 9 | Calgary | Flames Central
Dec. 12 & 13 | Vancouver | Commodore Ballroom

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