- Algonquin Commons Theatre
1385 Woodroffe Ave - Building E
Ottawa, Ontario K2G 1V8 Canada
- (613) 727-4723 ext. 6442
Live Nation presents JUNO and CCMA-Award winning country singer Brett Kissel on his “Ice, Snow & 30 Below” Canadian tour, visiting 18 cities this coming January and February. Brett Kissel will be joined by Abby Stewart and special guest, Beamer Wigley.
Lobby Opens 6:30pm
Doors Open 7:00pm
Event Start 7:30pm
$45.00 – General Public
$25.00 – Algonquin College Students*
All Ages Event. All tickets are final sale. No exchanges or refunds. Floor Level General Admission Standing. Main Level and Balcony Level Reserved Seating. All patrons, including young children, require tickets at the door.
*Algonquin College Student Discount Tickets available only at the Algonquin Commons Theatre Box Office. Must present Valid Algonquin Student ID upon purchase. Limited Amount of Algonquin College Student tickets available in person at the Algonquin Commons Theatre Box Office.
Tickets available at all Ticketmaster Outlets. A limited number of tickets are also available for purchase in person at the Algonquin Commons Theatre Box Office in E104, ($1.50 Facility Fee applicable).
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JUNO and CCMA-Award winning country singer Brett Kissel will embark on his “Ice, Snow & 30 Below” Canadian tour, visiting 18 cities this coming January and February.
The tour begins January 12th, 2017 in Sault St. Marie, Ontario, and will make its way through Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick before it wraps up in Georgetown, PEI, on February 4. The tour also marks Brett’s first headlining performance in Toronto – January 20 at the Danforth Music Hall. A Western Canada tour will follow later next year.
Tickets to this all-ages tour go on sale September 12th, 2016.
Before that, Brett will perform at this Sunday’s Canadian Country Music Association Awards show in London, Ontario with special guest Carolyn Dawn Johnson in what is sure to be a show-stopping emotional duet. Brett is nominated for five awards, tied for the most of any artist.
“I Didn’t Fall In Love With Your Hair” is Brett’s fourth single off his sophomore album, “Pick Me Up.” A music video shot last month in Toronto will be released in the coming days.
In October 2016 the 2016 Allan Slaight Honour will be awarded to the country singer from Flat Lake, Alberta at the Canada’s Walk of Fame induction ceremony. The Allan Slaight Honour recognizes young, inspirational Canadians who have achieved international success in the music industry. Kissel will be honoured alongside this year’s Walk of Fame inductees and will also be featured on the televised special. Past winners include Drake, The Weeknd and Shawn Mendes.
Abby Stewart has been singing to live audiences since first hitting the stage at her school talent show when she was 6 years old. From singing Karaoke in her family home to hitting the big stage with Dean Brody at the Rogers K-Rock Centre or opening for Hunter Hayes on his 2014 Canadian tour dates, this young 15 year old girl is in her comfort zone in front of a crowd.
Abby’s manager Garry McColman has arranged multiple trips to Nashville. While there she has met with writers at Canada’s SOCAN House to write music and make networking connections. Since those trips she has met with some of the most influential producers and writers in the country music scene eager to lend a hand. She also has had the opportunity to grace stages in some of Nashville’s most famous Honky Tonks, including Tootsies Blue Orchid Lounge, which further solidified her love of Country Music and now has her eye set on someday singing at the Grand Ole Opry.
Born in 2002, Beamer started playing guitar when he was 5 years old, and as he loves to tell his audiences, that was when he first saw Keith Urban in the video “Start A Band” with Brad Paisley. He turned to his Mom and said “I want to learn to play guitar. I want to be just like Keith Urban”. So he got his first guitar and started his first lessons.
At the age of 7, he was accepted as a contestant in the “Our Kids Have Talent” competition for ages 8-18. That was also when he wrote his first two songs for that event, and although he didn’t place, he so captured the hearts of the judges, that he was invited to open at the gala final. This was beginning of his musical journey and as his talents grew, so did his reputation as a remarkable young performer who had no fear of being on stage, and the larger the audiences, the better he likes it!
Over the ensuing years, he was a contestant in numerous music competitions, and he was very often the youngest. In a number of cases, the rules of the competitions were even changed to a lower age, just so they could have him compete. And whenever he did, he wowed the audiences. When he was 9, he won first place at the Vancouver P.N.E. ‘Star Showdown’ in the youth category, against contestants from all across British Columbia.
In July 2016, he released his first single “Meteorite” to Country Radio and I-Tunes, followed up by his album of the same name, released through Big Star Recordings and Universal Music Canada during the CCMA’s in London ON. in September. He continues to write and co-write new music with highly accomplished writers in both Canada and Nashville.