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Mar 27 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
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Mar 28 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
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Mar 29 @ 2:00 pm
2:00 pm
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Aug 1 @ 7:00 pm
7:00 pm
SOLD OUT!!  Please call the Box Office to get on the waiting list. Official sponsor: Explosive Latin/rumba flamenco guitar with a rock edge. Think Santana, only faster. Latin/rock guitar virtuoso and composer Roland Grant (formerly[...]
7:30 pm
Dust off your spiffy duds and designer face mask because, pandemic or no, we are having a party! The local business community is partnering to make this a night you won’t soon forget, while helping[...]
2:00 pm
SOLD OUT! Michael Harrison is a ventriloquist, comedian and master showman who combines his many talents in this laugh out loud, one man tour de force. His family show is so finely tuned that Disney,[...]
7:30 pm
PLANS ARE UNDERWAY TO RESCHEDULE THIS CONCERT FOR THE FALL OF 2021. PLEASE CHECK BACK SOON. All tickets purchased for the previous dates ARE VALID. Madison Violet is a Juno-nominated Canadian music duo composed of[...]
7:30 pm
PLANS ARE UNDERWAY TO RESCHEDULE THIS CONCERT FOR THE FALL OF 2021. PLEASE CHECK BACK SOON. All tickets purchased for the previous dates ARE VALID. THE LUMBER JILLS & INN ECHO: A Maritime Celtic Double[...]
Jun 19 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
  PLANS ARE UNDERWAY TO RESCHEDULE THIS CONCERT FOR THE FALL OF 2021. PLEASE CHECK BACK SOON. All tickets purchased for the previous dates ARE VALID. Three of Canada’s finest singer-songwriters together in one gorgeous[...]
7:30 pm
BEN CAPLAN SOLO ON STAGE AT KING’S   Ben Caplan is both the roar of the hurricane and the eye of the storm. He has an uncanny ability to channel both wild abandon and quiet[...]
Jul 25 @ 2:00 pm
2:00 pm
Atlantic Canada’s premier vocal ensemble   Presented in partnership with Musique Royale, Helios Vocal Ensemble will be performing some of the most beautiful music from the past and present, on the theme of lamentation. Included[...]
7:30 pm
JAH’MILA & HER 8-PIECE REGGAE BAND ON STAGE AT KING’S   Jah’Mila is wrapped in the very roots of the reggae family tree and stands tall with music that is lyrically creative, tastefully arranged, masterfully.[...]
Aug 6 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
RIA MAE HEADLINES ANNAPOLIS PRIDE WEEKEND   SOLD OUT!!! RIA MAE HEADLINES ANNAPOLIS PRIDE WEEKEND Ria Mae comes to Annapolis Royal with an intimate acoustic concert you won’t want to miss. Halifax-born, Toronto-based songwriter Ria[...]
Aug 7 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
SOLD OUT!!! RIA MAE HEADLINES ANNAPOLIS PRIDE WEEKEND   Ria Mae comes to Annapolis Royal with an intimate acoustic concert you won’t want to miss. Halifax-born, Toronto-based songwriter Ria Mae’s new single, “For Your Love”[...]
Aug 14 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
SOLD OUT! Dave Gunning is best defined as a master craftsman. Over the course of 23 years and 11 earlier albums, the Nova Scotian folk singer/songwriter has diligently sharpened his skills, developing into a poetic[...]
Aug 17 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
FODAR: MARKET DANCES OUTSIDE IN THE MARKET SQUARE FODAR moves performances outside to the iconic Annapolis Royal Farmers and Traders Market. Dancers will perform a mixed collection of solos and duets choreographed especially for the[...]
Aug 18 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
FODAR: PROGRAM ONE – LIVE ON STAGE AT KING’S THEATRE Program 1 showcases an eclectic mix of works including Dancing in the Third Act, and international award-winning dancer Sarah Murphy in acclaimed choreographer, teacher and[...]
Aug 19 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
FODAR: PROGRAM TWO – LIVE ON STAGE AT KING’S THEATRE Program Two presents a standout collection of works from new age to contemporary classic which includes a FODAR all-time favourite Dancing in the Third Act.[...]
Aug 20 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
FODAR: PROGRAM ONE – LIVE ON STAGE AT KING’S THEATRE Program 1 showcases an eclectic mix of works including Dancing in the Third Act, and international award-winning dancer Sarah Murphy in acclaimed choreographer, teacher and[...]
Aug 21 @ 8:00 pm
8:00 pm
FODAR: PROGRAM TWO – LIVE ON STAGE AT KING’S THEATRE Program Two presents a standout collection of works from new age to contemporary classic which includes a FODAR all-time favourite Dancing in the Third Act.[...]
Aug 29 @ 2:00 pm
2:00 pm
SOLACE featuring Duo Concertante Nancy Dahn violin & Timothy Steeves piano Musique Royale     For over twenty years, violinist Nancy Dahn and pianist Timothy Steeves have built an international career as the acclaimed Canadian[...]
7:30 pm
SOLD OUT!     Noelle Lucas leads a production that takes us from the roaring ’20s through to present times with music, dancing, skits, story-telling and surprises. Noelle’s music and Scott Campbell’s script is sure[...]
2:00 pm
SOLD OUT!       Noelle Lucas leads a production that takes us from the roaring ’20s through to present times with music, dancing, skits, story-telling and surprises. Noelle’s music and Scott Campbell’s script is[...]
7:30 pm
SOLD OUT!   Noelle Lucas leads a production that takes us from the roaring ’20s through to present times with music, dancing, skits, story-telling and surprises. Noelle’s music and Scott Campbell’s script is sure to[...]
Sep 10 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
CAPE BRETON’S CELTIC ROOTS TRIO HAULER OPENED BY HAYLEY RYERSON ON CELTIC FIDDLE   HAULER: Seamlessly blending and bending roots, rock, and traditional Cape Breton Celtic music together into a hearty homemade soup that can[...]
7:30 pm
SOLD OUT! RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKETS ONLINE Sponsored by JOIN BILL & BETTY IN A RETAKE OF THEIR 1982 GRAND RE-OPENING CONCERT AT KING’S THEATRE BETTY BELMORE & BILL STEVENSON, joined by Tom Easley, Alan[...]
Sep 24 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
DAVID MYLES RETURNS TO KING’S FOR TWO SOLO CONCERTS Come Tee-up for the Tournament of King’s!   Award-winning and critically acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter David Myles might be an undercover musicologist. Within his eclectic artistic continuum,[...]
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
DAVID MYLES RETURNS TO KING’S FOR TWO SOLO CONCERTS Come Tee-up for the Tournament of King’s!   Award-winning and critically acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter David Myles might be an undercover musicologist. Within his eclectic artistic continuum,[...]
Oct 9 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
WE ARE THRILLED TO WELCOME TWIN FLAMES TO KING’S THEATRE ON THEIR TOUR OF ATLANTIC CANADA   Multi-award winning, chart-topping Indigenous artists Twin Flames Build bridges across cultures, continents, and styles. The husband and wife[...]
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
R&B powerhouse KEONTÉ BEALS controls the pulse of an entire crowd from the moment he takes the stage.   With a live energy that can be compared to no other, Beals’s was named  the African[...]
Aug
29
Sun
DUO CONCERTANTE
Aug 29 @ 2:00 pm
DUO CONCERTANTE

SOLACE featuring Duo Concertante

Nancy Dahn violin & Timothy Steeves piano

Musique Royale

 

 

For over twenty years, violinist Nancy Dahn and pianist Timothy Steeves have built an international career as the acclaimed Canadian chamber ensemble Duo Concertante.

Duo Concertante have produced 12 albums, recorded on the Centrediscs, ATMA and Marquis Classics labels, creating a formidable oeuvre of new works and definitive classics. Beethoven: Complete Sonatas for Violin and Pianoreceived critical praise in German, Austrian, British and Canadian media, and was described by Gramophone as “a miracle of…knowledge and poetry.”  In 2017, J.S. Bach Six Sonatas for Violin and Keyboard was named ECMA’s Classical Recording of the Year, the first of three consecutive ECMA wins in that category, followed by Incarnation (2018) and Perfect Light (2019). The just-released Franz Schubert Music for Violin and Piano (May 2020) has already gained attention from the CBC for being “heart-rending…thrilling”, and with “uncanny unity of purpose.”

In partnership with Musique Royale, we present their beautiful new program SOLACE.

It addresses our collective relationship with each other, exploring themes of reconciliation, peace, understanding, loving and communion, in counterpoint to the worldwide stress and sadness caused by the current pandemic. They have commissioned Grammy Award-nominated Dawn Avery to write a new work entitled Iotsistokwaron:ion (“The Stars” in Mohawk). Another contemporary work in the program is Jessie Montgomery’s PEACE (2020), a profoundly universal expression of the “Great Sadness of the first quarantine” when she “struggled to define what actually brings joy, making peace with sadness – a necessary dynamic to the human experience.” Finally is the canonic sonata by César Franck Sonata, a musical journey chronicling an intimate partnership in stages – from the initial infatuation, through intense passion, crisis and conflict, to a final place of acceptance and deep connection.

THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNER

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Thank you!

Bursaries are available; please get in touch if price is an obstacle to attending this concert.

 
Sep
4
Sat
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION SHOW
Sep 4 @ 7:30 pm
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION SHOW

SOLD OUT!

 
 
Noelle Lucas leads a production that takes us from the roaring ’20s through to present times with music, dancing, skits, story-telling and surprises. Noelle’s music and Scott Campbell’s script is sure to delight. 
The show features faces who have long been familiar to our stage, including:

MC: Linda Bailey
THE GHOST OF ARTHUR KING: Ken Maher
THE CENTENARY PLAYERS: Ryan Hebert, Phil Milo, Gloria Saesura, Gordon Keeler, Jim Wheaden, Nancy Anderson, Wayne Currie, Linda Doucet
THE HOOFERS: Karen Tomasino & Wayne Currie, Jane & Peter Nicholson
THE CHORUS: Elizabeth Rhymer, Becky Merritt, Heather LeBlanc, Noelle Lucas
THE PIT BAND: Noelle Lucas, Trish Fry, Anona Siwik, Christine Igot
MI’KMAQ FRIENDSHIP SONG: shalan joudry & Friends

DIRECTOR: Noelle Lucas
SCRIPT: Scott Campbell
TECHNICAL PRODUCTION & LIGHTS: Curtis Whittaker
SOUND: Dillon Tonkin
VIDEOGRAPHY: Devin Fraser
PRODUCTION SUPPORT & VOICE: Janet Larkman
HOUSE MANAGEMENT: Nicola Vance-Lousada
BOX OFFICE: Jessica Scott
STAGE MANAGEMENT: Jane DeWolfe
COSTUMES: Judy Dickinson
HISTORICAL RESEARCH: Philip DeNuke
GRAPHIC DESIGN: MacKenzie Cornfield
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Tina Usmiani (Chair), Tim Ruggles, Flora Hall, Jane Borecky
BIRTHDAY CAKES: Janet Myers

 

  • FREE – Reserve your seat online!
  • Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Thank you!

 
Sep
5
Sun
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION SHOW
Sep 5 @ 2:00 pm
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION SHOW

SOLD OUT!

 
 
 
Noelle Lucas leads a production that takes us from the roaring ’20s through to present times with music, dancing, skits, story-telling and surprises. Noelle’s music and Scott Campbell’s script is sure to delight. 
The show features faces who have long been familiar to our stage, including:

MC: Linda Bailey
THE GHOST OF ARTHUR KING: Ken Maher
THE CENTENARY PLAYERS: Ryan Hebert, Phil Milo, Gloria Saesura, Gordon Keeler, Jim Wheaden, Nancy Anderson, Wayne Currie, Linda Doucet
THE HOOFERS: Karen Tomasino & Wayne Currie, Jane & Peter Nicholson
THE CHORUS: Elizabeth Rhymer, Becky Merritt, Heather LeBlanc, Noelle Lucas
THE PIT BAND: Noelle Lucas, Trish Fry, Anona Siwik, Christine Igot
MI’KMAQ FRIENDSHIP SONG: shalan joudry & Friends

DIRECTOR: Noelle Lucas
SCRIPT: Scott Campbell
TECHNICAL PRODUCTION & LIGHTS: Curtis Whittaker
SOUND: Dillon Tonkin
VIDEOGRAPHY: Devin Fraser
PRODUCTION SUPPORT & VOICE: Janet Larkman
HOUSE MANAGEMENT: Nicola Vance-Lousada
BOX OFFICE: Jessica Scott
STAGE MANAGEMENT: Jane DeWolfe
COSTUMES: Judy Dickinson
HISTORICAL RESEARCH: Philip DeNuke
GRAPHIC DESIGN: MacKenzie Cornfield
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Tina Usmiani (Chair), Tim Ruggles, Flora Hall, Jane Borecky
BIRTHDAY CAKES: Janet Myers

 

  • FREE – Reserve your seat online!
  • Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Thank you!

 
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION SHOW
Sep 5 @ 7:30 pm
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION SHOW

SOLD OUT!

 
Noelle Lucas leads a production that takes us from the roaring ’20s through to present times with music, dancing, skits, story-telling and surprises. Noelle’s music and Scott Campbell’s script is sure to delight. 
The show features faces who have long been familiar to our stage, including:

MC: Linda Bailey
THE GHOST OF ARTHUR KING: Ken Maher
THE CENTENARY PLAYERS: Ryan Hebert, Phil Milo, Gloria Saesura, Gordon Keeler, Jim Wheaden, Nancy Anderson, Wayne Currie, Linda Doucet
THE HOOFERS: Karen Tomasino & Wayne Currie, Jane & Peter Nicholson
THE CHORUS: Elizabeth Rhymer, Becky Merritt, Heather LeBlanc, Noelle Lucas
THE PIT BAND: Noelle Lucas, Trish Fry, Anona Siwik, Christine Igot
MI’KMAQ FRIENDSHIP SONG: shalan joudry & Friends

DIRECTOR: Noelle Lucas
SCRIPT: Scott Campbell
TECHNICAL PRODUCTION & LIGHTS: Curtis Whittaker
SOUND: Dillon Tonkin
VIDEOGRAPHY: Devin Fraser
PRODUCTION SUPPORT & VOICE: Janet Larkman
HOUSE MANAGEMENT: Nicola Vance-Lousada
BOX OFFICE: Jessica Scott
STAGE MANAGEMENT: Jane DeWolfe
COSTUMES: Judy Dickinson
HISTORICAL RESEARCH: Philip DeNuke
GRAPHIC DESIGN: MacKenzie Cornfield
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Tina Usmiani (Chair), Tim Ruggles, Flora Hall, Jane Borecky
BIRTHDAY CAKES: Janet Myers
  • FREE – Reserve your seat online!
  • Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Thank you!

 
Sep
10
Fri
HAULER
Sep 10 @ 7:30 pm
HAULER

CAPE BRETON’S CELTIC ROOTS TRIO HAULER

OPENED BY HAYLEY RYERSON ON CELTIC FIDDLE

 
HAULER: Seamlessly blending and bending roots, rock, and traditional Cape Breton Celtic music together into a hearty homemade soup that can dynamically have you hanging off every lyric – or knock you flat on your arse – Cape Breton’s contemporary Celtic trio Hauler has been simmering on the stove and have now served themselves up with the release of their debut album.

 

Fresh off their 2021 ECMA nominee for “Rising Star Recording of the Year”, Familiar faces from saltwater funk trio Slowcoaster Steve MacDougall and Mike LeLievre  have teamed up with fiddler Colin Grant, Instrumental Artist of the Year at the 2017 Canadian Folk Music Awards and a versatile musician who bounces between genres like a token fiddler should, the trio weaves traditional Irish and Scottish ballads, indie folk originals, and traditional and contemporary tune instrumentals with a modern acoustic approach that proves Cape Breton music can reassuringly re-invent itself.

Celtic culture plays a huge part of Hauler’s sound. So far it looks like their focus will be solidly in the traditional category.

“We are from Cape Breton, so the love of traditional music is ingrained,” says MacDougall. “We wrote some original songs and arrangements to add a twist of contemporary.”

“The Wind That Shakes the Barley” comes from an 1861 ballad written by Robert Dwyer Royce about the Irish rebellion of 1798, and a young romance that gets dashed in the process.

“I did this for fun and a change of pace. Ironically this is the music I originally started playing as a child,” says MacDougall. “The arrangement for ‘Wind that Shakes the Barley was written in 1998 while I was hired to play in the Celtic band MacKeel.”

MacDougall says he left the song to be brushed off and polished by Le Lievre and Grant, with recording being done by Jamie Foulds at his Soundpark Studios, but it was Grant who has taken the lead on Hauler.

“He is the brains behind the operation . I wanted to take a back seat on this project. I really bow to him, I just wanted to sing and occasionally play the guitar and the Irish drum .”

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Thank you!

 

 

HAYLER RYERSON is an alluring performer, inspired fiddler, and spirited Canadian tunecrafter. Her style is rooted in Scottish and Cape Breton playing traditions, her original tunes extending naturally from these styles. Hayley finds inspiration in rich feelings, often inspired from natural landscapes or her love of fiddle music itself, oftentimes both.

Both Sides of The Water is Hayley’s first full length Celtic album and is a love letter to her past 20 years of fiddling.  Hayley began to play at 8 years old, and the culture and craft have been welcome constants throughout her life. Her album was crowdfunded in Autumn of 2019, thanks to Indiegogo backers and indie art enthusiasts that supported the project.  Maggie MacDonald is featured alongside Hayley Ryerson and the two recorded the album in Banff, AB in early 2020.

 

Both Sides of the Water

by Hayler Ryerson

Hayleys Crowdfunded full length Celtic record featuring Maggie MacDonald on guitar and piano. Both Sides of the Water is a love letter to the 20 years of fiddling Hayley has enjoyed in her life. The record has her fave trad tunes mixed in with works of her contemporaries, as well as her own tunes.

Sep
17
Fri
BILL STEVENSON & BETTY BELMORE BAND
Sep 17 @ 7:30 pm

SOLD OUT!

Sponsored by

JOIN BILL & BETTY IN A RETAKE OF THEIR 1982 GRAND RE-OPENING CONCERT AT KING’S THEATRE
BETTY BELMORE & BILL STEVENSON, joined by Tom Easley, Alan Jeffries & Mark Adam, will transport you with music ranging from sea shanties to old time country to swing jazz and beyond. Betty and Bill will recall some of the songs from the production ‘White Sails and Tall Tales’, which debuted at King’s Theatre in 1982. This was the grand reopening concert after the great refurbishment by the Annapolis Royal Development Commission. The performers memorably arrived at theatre by yacht!
 
Betty Belmore: guitar and vocals
Bill Stevenson: piano and vocals
Alan Jeffries: guitar, vocals and stringed instruments
Tom Easley: bass and vocals
Mark Adam: drums and percussion 
  • TICKETS ARE FREE!
  • Please reserve online or contact that Box Office at 902-532-7704
  • Box Office hours are Tues- Fri. 10-3
  • Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Please note that once Nova Scotia reaches Phase 5, full capacity seating will resume.

Thank you!

 
Sep
24
Fri
DAVID MYLES
Sep 24 @ 7:30 pm
DAVID MYLES

DAVID MYLES RETURNS TO KING’S FOR TWO SOLO CONCERTS

Come Tee-up for the Tournament of King’s!

 

Award-winning and critically acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter David Myles might be an undercover musicologist. Within his eclectic artistic continuum, he’s reverentially explored jazz, blues, pop, holiday music, French pop, rockabilly, country, folk, gospel, and even hip-hop. The through line in his 12-album oeuvre has been strong songcraft—no matter what genre, David has never sacrificed substance for style.

After the painful blow of his father’s sudden passing, David struggled with the push and pull of being a successful musician while being a present and loving husband and father. His focus shifted from free-spirited musical travels to looking inward to the core of his own artistry. The resulting long player is the cozy acoustic, Leave Tonight, his most personal offering to date.

“I felt like I had to recommit to music and make this count. I wanted to find out who I was in my most natural musical habitat,” the Halifax, Nova Scotia-based artist shares. “I’ve made a lot of records that have been like David Myles doing this…. I wanted to make something that sounded like me.”

THANK YOU TO OUR OFFICIAL CONCERT SPONSOR!

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Thank you!

 
Sep
25
Sat
DAVID MYLES
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm
DAVID MYLES

DAVID MYLES RETURNS TO KING’S FOR TWO SOLO CONCERTS

Come Tee-up for the Tournament of King’s!

 

Award-winning and critically acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter David Myles might be an undercover musicologist. Within his eclectic artistic continuum, he’s reverentially explored jazz, blues, pop, holiday music, French pop, rockabilly, country, folk, gospel, and even hip-hop. The through line in his 12-album oeuvre has been strong songcraft—no matter what genre, David has never sacrificed substance for style.

After the painful blow of his father’s sudden passing, David struggled with the push and pull of being a successful musician while being a present and loving husband and father. His focus shifted from free-spirited musical travels to looking inward to the core of his own artistry. The resulting long player is the cozy acoustic, Leave Tonight, his most personal offering to date.

“I felt like I had to recommit to music and make this count. I wanted to find out who I was in my most natural musical habitat,” the Halifax, Nova Scotia-based artist shares. “I’ve made a lot of records that have been like David Myles doing this…. I wanted to make something that sounded like me.”

THANK YOU TO OUR OFFICIAL CONCERT SPONSOR!

*Seats have are been marked to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Thank you!

 
Oct
9
Sat
TWIN FLAMES
Oct 9 @ 7:30 pm
TWIN FLAMES

WE ARE THRILLED TO WELCOME TWIN FLAMES TO KING’S THEATRE ON THEIR TOUR OF ATLANTIC CANADA

 
Multi-award winning, chart-topping Indigenous artists Twin Flames Build bridges across cultures, continents, and styles. The husband and wife duo of Chelsey June (Métis/Algonquin Cree from Ottawa) and Jaaji (Inuk/ Mohawk from Nunavik) are celebrated for their sonic landscapes spanning Canada and the Arctic, honouring their ancestors through song in English, Inuttitut and French.
Twin Flames, brings together a richness of personal history and musical experience, 2x Canadian Folk Music Award recipients for Aboriginal Songwriters of the year and 3x Native American Music Award winners and most recently 3X Winners for the Inaugural Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards. Their songs tell stories of courage and survival. A beloved powerhouse with 28 Music award Nominations and having played more than 1000+ shows throughout Canada, Greenland, the United States, Australia and France they are well on their way to becoming a Canadian household name.

Using unique sounds, Indigenous Spirit flutes, traditional drums and western instruments, synthesizing harmonies, singing songs in English, Inuktitut, French they offer a truly unique experience. Before combining their talents under the title of Twin Flames, Chelsey June and Jaaji had their own respective award-winning careers. They met on-set during the filming of APTN’s TAM (Talent Autochtones Musical) in 2014 and the rest is history.

Seats are limited to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Please note that once Nova Scotia reaches Phase 5, seating will expand to full capacity.

King’s Theatre is committed to making live performances accessible to all audiences. If the ticket price is a barrier, bursaries are available. Please get in touch by contacting the Box Office: boxoffice@kingstheatre.ca or 902-532-7704.

 

 

Oct
15
Fri
KEONTÉ BEALS & BAND
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm
KEONTÉ BEALS & BAND

R&B powerhouse KEONTÉ BEALS controls the pulse of an entire crowd from the moment he takes the stage.

 

With a live energy that can be compared to no other, Beals’s was named  the African Nova Scotian Music Association’s Artist of the Year 2020 and Music Nova Scotia’s African Nova Scotian Artist of the Year 2019—not to mention multiple East Coast Music Award nominations. To put it plainly, the North Preston, Nova Scotia-based singer, songwriter and performer is a force to be felt—and the entire east coast of Canada knows it.

North Preston has a historic lineage of growing the biggest voices in Nova Scotia through its strong gospel scene and church community. Beals keeps this tradition going with his own powerhouse pipes, which first wowed crowds when, at 16, he gave his solo debut at his home church. Pivoting into an early 2000s-influenced R&B sound as he began to create his own music, Beals’s colorful body of work highlights the range of his talent and musicality. He has a voice that breaks generational boundaries, backed by a sonic palette that draws easy comparison to the work of Usher, Anthony Hamilton and Elijah Blake.

Beals “is a beautiful singer with key skills to match, and he’s only just out of his teens” (The Coast) and “everything he does revolves around music” (Halifax Magazine). His upcoming debut album (due summer 2020) and its lead single—the mental health anthem “KING”, which shreds toxic masculinity over a red-hot beat—prove it.

Seats are limited to accommodate physical distancing of 6 feet. Face masks are required. Please note that once Nova Scotia reaches Phase 5, seating will expand to full capacity.

King’s Theatre is committed to making live performances accessible to all audiences. If the ticket price is a barrier, bursaries are available. Please get in touch by contacting the Box Office: boxoffice@kingstheatre.ca or 902-532-7704.

 

 

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