TORONTO — Neon Dreams is getting back to the cruising soul using a multi-province streak of indoor displays throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Juno-winning soda duo is intended to embark on some 10-date series of concerts inside the Atlantic bubble, beginning at their Halifax hometown on Nov. 13.
The shift comes as many mainstream Canadian musicians consider strategies to hit the street for physically distanced indoor arenas as the warmer months create drive-ins much less attractive.
Chantal Kreviazuk also recently included 11 brand new tour dates on her site.
She’s playing with two limited-capacity indoor displays from Sidney, B.C. on Sunday and Monday, before going onto other states, together with stops from Saskatchewan and Ontario which operate via mid-October.
In the event of both Neon Dreams, they’ll be touring just the Atlantic States, that take strict rules about travelers from outside the area to stop the spread of this virus.
They have reserved two nights at New Brunswick: Moncton on Nov. 15 and also Fredericton on Nov. 16.
Then, the group visit Newfoundland and Labrador to the rest seven dates, including stops in St. John’s (Nov. 19), Gander (Nov. 25) and Corner Brook (Nov. 28).
This report from The Canadian Press was published September 24, 2020.