Quality Block Party and Imperial Theatre have partnered to present the second evening celebration of New Brunswick independent music.
The intimacy of a Julie Doiron solo show will get some serious magnification next month when Doiron takes the stage at Saint John’s Imperial Theatre, headlining a big evening of New Brunswick music on Saturday November 7.
Doiron most likely needs little in the way of an introduction, but if you need a quick refresher: Julie Doiron began her music career in 1990 as a member of the Moncton indie rock band, Eric’s Trip – the first Canadian band to sign with Sub Pop Records. She has led a remarkable solo career that includes a number of celebrated albums as well as many collaborations and side projects. She also won a Juno Award and helped found Sappyfest. She’s basically New Brunswick music royalty at this point.
This show is the second in what could be a developing series produced in partnership by Imperial Theatre and Quality Block Party. The evening will begin at 7:30 p.m. with sets by Dumpster Cub and DenMother.
Dumpster Cub are self-described as two scrappy pals singing folk inspired harmonies on top of grungy synth beats and DenMother is the electronic music project of singer-songwriter Sabarah Pilon.
Tickets for this show are now on sale. Learn more about how and where to purchase as well as complete information of COVID-19 safety measures in place at the Imperial Theatre by visiting imperialtheatre.ca