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Big names highlight first month of Burlington Performing Arts Centre’s new season

Big names highlight first month of Burlington Performing Arts Centre’s new season

After a long couple of years of pandemic closures, re-openings, and restrictions, The Burlington Performing Arts Centre (BPAC) is announcing its  2022/2023 Season which begins September 15th, 2022. 

Air Supply, the iconic Australian pop band that was founded in 1976 is back in Canada and kicks off the2022/2023 Season.  The band that was named for both Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell’s mutual air zodiac signs, spent a decade at the top of the charts and released nearly an album per year for almost 20 years leaving a long legacy of love songs.   Russell and Hitchcock will be gracing the stage, performing hits such as “All out of Love”, “Lost in Love”, and “Without You” on Thursday September 15th at 8:00pm.

Tom Cochrane

BPAC will welcome Tom Cochrane with Red Rider back to BPAC again this year on Tuesday September 20th at 8:00pm.  Cochrane’s contribution to the Canadian music scene is immense and spans over 4 decades.  Even after releasing 17 albums over the course of his career, filling larger arenas, theatres and festival stages, Tom Cochrane says those early days that built character and helped him find the content for many of his songs that he performs to this day, never leave him.  Tom is one of only 3 male singer songwriters to have a diamond certified album in Canada, selling over a million copies.  Songs such as “Life is a Highway” and “Lunatic Fringe” have made it to the international charts and will possibly be performed on the BPAC  stage next month!

Johnny Reid

BPAC’s  first SOLD OUT show of the Season is Love Someone – An Intimate Evening with Johnny Reid.  Performing on Thursday September 29th and Friday September 20th at 8:00pm, there are only a few single seats available for purchase online. 

Glass Tiger

Rounding out the first month of the Season is Glass Tiger on Friday October, 14th at 8:00pm.  Fans will remember iconic cuts like the 1986 release “Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone)” to their recently released album “33”. The new album takes the classic Glass Tiger sound with a new, raw, maturity that the band says is them coming back to their original roots of picking up a guitar and starting a band.

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