Basia Bulat returns to New Brunswick in support of her latest album, playing shows in Moncton and Fredericton next week.
It was just over a year ago when Basia Bulat performed to a packed house in Fredericton as part of Shivering Songs 2017. Next week she’ll be back on the east coast with a pair of dates in New Brunswick and a show at Charlottetown’s Confederation Centre of the Arts.
With an electrifying voice and memorable lyrics, Basia Bulat is a rising star on Canada’s folk-pop music scene. Juno-nominated and shortlisted for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize, she often appears solo in gigantic concert halls, winning over crowds with an autoharp or charango, stomping feet and two mighty lungs. Bulat’s songs have been adapted for major performances with symphony orchestras, she’s been tapped for prestigious tributes to Leonard Cohen and The Band, and she’s performed at music festivals around the world, including a highly praised show at Fredericton’s own Shivering Songs Festival.
Bulat’s latest album, Good Advice, was produced by Jim James of My Morning Jacket and was short-listed for the Polaris Music Prize.
February 1 | The Capitol Theatre | Moncton, NB | Buy Tickets
February 2 | Confederation Centre for the Arts | Charlottetown, PEI | Buy Tickets
February 3 | The Fredericton Playhouse | Fredericton, NB | Buy Tickets