The Cap will host a doubleheader night of live music on December 19 that includes the venue’s first all-ages show.
Wasting little time between the shifts from Orange to Yellow under the Province’s COVID recovery strategy, The Cap has announced a pair of performances by Motherhood and Diner Drugs, set to take place December 19 at the bar’s Queen Street HQ. In addition to resuming live shows, made possible after a major renovation and fundraising project, The Cap’s upcoming double-header also includes an early all-ages show, a first for the venue under its new license.
Moncton’s Diner Drugs were last scheduled to perform in Fredericton back in October before their hometown was moved into the Orange, effectively making travel to Fredericton an impossibility. With both Region 1 (Moncton) and Region 3 (Fredericton) now back in the Yellow, bands in both areas are able to move freely between cities and venues can once again welcome acts to their stages as long as all COVID precautions are in place.
Motherhood last performed to an audience on September 26 at The Imperial Theatre in Saint John and have been working on their next album over the past few months.
Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at thecaplive.com
Motherhood + Diner Drugs | December 19 | The Cap | 6:30 p.m. | All Ages
Motherhood + Diner Drugs | December 19 | The Cap | 10 p.m. | 19+ | View Event
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