Upcoming concerts in Nelson

There’s no shortage of talent lined up for Nelson in March.

PEAK Performance winners Dear Rouge play at Spiritbar on Thursday

By Paul Hinrichs

On The Road Management

 

There’s no shortage of talent lined up for Nelson in March. Here at On The Road Management, we have been planning all sorts of events that we’re really excited about. Here’s what we have coming up.

Thursday, March 6 we welcome peak Performance winners Dear Rouge to town for their high-energy performance at Spiritbar, and on March 7 we see the return of Seattle soul-rockers Pickwick. That show will see a special opening set by local roots rockers Dirt Floor.

The following night, March 8, we’ll shift gears and venues to present: An Evening with Harry Manx at the Capitol Theatre.

We’re also very excited to present our first ever show at the Civic Theatre on March 12. Old Man Luedecke and Jordie Lane will take the Civic stage for an all ages show.

Later in the month, on March 24, we present Mounties, along with Rich Aucoin, at Spiritbar. Mounties are a brand new Canadian super group featuring Hawksley Workman, and Steve Bays of Hot Hot Heat. This will be an explosive Nelson debut!

For the full calendar and details, please visit ontheroadmanagement.com.

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