Rolling Stone reports that Neil Young, the ageless wonder, will perform 4 solo tour dates in Canada during January and a concert with Crazy Horse at London’s Hyde Park during July.
Neil Young 2014 Tour Dates (so far):
1/6 New York, NY – Carnegie Hall
1/7 New York, NY – Carnegie Hall
1/9 New York, NY – Carnegie Hall
1/10 New York, NY – Carnegie Hall
1/12 Toronto, ON – Massey Hall (with Diana Krall)
1/16 Winnipeg, MB – Centennial Concert Hall (with Diana Krall)
1/17 Regina, SK – Conexus Arts Centre (with Diana Krall)
1/19 Calgary, AB – Jack Singer Concert Hall (with Diana Krall)
7/12 London, UK – Hyde Park (with Crazy Horse)
Neil Young fan site Thrasher’s Wheat has details on ticket sales:
Tickets for the Canadian concerts will range from $55.00 through $250.00 and will be limited to 4 tickets per person. Tickets for all performances go on sale Friday, December 13/13.
In Toronto, tickets available at www.livenation.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, Roy Thomson Hall Box Office or call 1-855-985-5000. In Winnipeg, tickets available at www.livenation.com, Charge-By-Phone 1-855-985-5000 and in-person at all Ticketmaster Outlets. In Regina, tickets available at www.livenation.com, Charge-By-Phone 306-525-9999 or 1-800-667-8497 or in-person at Conexus Arts Centre Box Office – 200A Lakeshore Drive.Tickets for all performances go on sale Friday, December 13/13. In Calgary, tickets available at www.livenation.com, Charge-By-Phone 403-294-9494 and in-person at Epcor Centre.
Rolling Stone reported that ticket sales start on Tuesday, 12/10, so we’re not sure if there’s a secret presale. We will update this post as we get more information.
The Canadian shows will raise money for the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Legal Defense Fund to aid Canada’s efforts to preserve their natural resources, and is being called the “Honour the Treaties” concerts. A statement at Massey Hall’s website says:
The ACFN refer to themselves as K’ai Taile Dene, meaning “people of the land of the willow.” A Legal Defense fund was set up to support the ACFN’s legal challenges against oil companies and government that are obstructing their traditional lands and rights. As people of the land the ACFN have used and occupied their traditional lands in the Athabasca region for thousands of years, hunting, trapping, fishing and gathering to sustain themselves and continue spiritual cultural rights passed down through generations. The ACFN’s legal challenges will ensure the protection of their traditional lands, eco-systems and unique rights guaranteed by Treaty 8, the last and largest of the nineteenth century land agreements made between First Nations and the Government of Canada, are upheld for the benefit of future generations.
Rolling Stone has also speculated that more European tour dates will be announced for Crazy Horse, because their 2013 tour was cut short when guitarist Poncho Sampedro broke his hand. Stay tuned for more announcements here on Zumic.
Last week Neil Young released Live at the Cellar Door, which you can hear for free right here on Zumic.
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Via: Rolling Stone