Singer Songwriter Gab De La Vega is touring Canada for the second time.
One year and a half after his first visit with Greg Rekus (from Winnipeg), he’s got dates are around Ontario and Quebec this June.
06.19 – Toronto, ON – The Boat
06.20 – Guelph, ON – TBC
06.21 – Ajax, ON – Rotilicius
06.22 – Cambridge, ON – The Krusty Burger
06.23 – Oshawa, ON – The Atria
06.24 – Peterborough, ON – Red Dog
06.25 – Montreal, QC – Barfly
06.26 – Levis, QC – Anthony’s Warped Salon
06.27 – Trois Rivieres, QC – Le Stage
06.28 – Sherbrooke, QC – Le Murdoch
06.29 – Ottawa, ON – Cafe Dekcuf
Gab De La Vega’s latest release is “I Want Nothing”, which video was filmed between Toronto and New York in 2017. B-side to it is an acoustic rendition of “Some Kinda Hate” by the Misfits.
He’s just recorded a new album in the winter, which hasn’t seen the life yet, but he’s playing songs from it on this tour.
On a recent interview with Idioteq.com, he confirmed that he’s also going to start playing shows and touring with a new full band set, while he’s also continuing playing acoustic solo shows.
His first full band show has just been announced: it’s going to be as an opening act to Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls in Brescia, on August 20th.
The full band tours and shows will appear under the name “Gab De La Vega and The Open Cages”.
Details about the tour will be available at https://www.facebook.com/gabdelavegamusic