july, 2022

2022sat09jul7:30 pmT. THOMASON7:30 pm Event Type:Live MusicBUY TICKETSMORE INFO

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(Saturday) 7:30 pm

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“T. Thomason delivers a jaw-dropping performance you’re gonna love to death.”  – Keep Walking Music

T. Thomason is a trail blazing pop artist living between Halifax and Toronto. T. has impressed fans with his emotional and highly energetic live performances for over a decade at festivals like The Great Escape, FOCUS Wales, Parliament Hill’s Canada Day, POP Montreal, Pride Toronto, Reeperbahn Festival, Canadian Music Week, Milwaukee Summerfest, and more.

The lead up to the release of T.’s  self-titled album in September 2019 was a roller coaster. He was a winner on season 2 of CTV’s The Launch, which landed his launched single “Hope” on top 40 radio, Spotify Editorial playlists like New Music Friday Canada, and put T. on stage at the Bell Center with Quebec’s reigning pop queen and his mentor, Marie-Mai.  T.’s 2019 self-titled album was described by Halifax’s The Coast as “equal parts scar tissue and sparkles”. Deeply vulnerable and honest, it is a must-hear for anyone who’s wondered who they are and what’s to come.

In 2020 T. released his “Part II Project”, a series of reimagined versions of singles from his album, featuring mentors and champions of his career. Rose Cousins (King of Spades Part II), Ria Mae (Loser Part II), Ivan Coyote (Birdsong Part II), and Sarah McLachlan (Bliss Part II) each lent their unique talents to the project. The singles have garnered praise from Tom Power on CBC’s Q, American Songwriter Magazine, and CTV’s eTalk.  Summer of 2021 saw T. release his version of Bruce Cockburn’s classic “Lovers in a Dangerous Time”, claiming it as a queer anthem for new generations to come.

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$30.00 Adult
$10.00 Youth

HST additional
Royalty Card holders get 10% off

King’s Theatre is committed to making live performances accessible to all audiences. If cost is a barrier please contact our Box Office for Bursary Tickets: boxoffice@kingstheatre.ca or 902-532-7704.

Doors open 30 minutes before showtime; please arrive early.

 

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