The ‘BIG’ Tour – Mentoring in Motion
March 11, 2020
National Arts Centre
This February and March Big Brothers Big Sisters and Canadian award-winning singer-songwriter Tara Shannon will present The “Big” Tour across Ontario. A full 100% of ticket sales will benefit each of the 11 local Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies – and approximately 1500 Littles province-wide!
Tara will be joined on tour with one of her very own artists that she has had an impressive hand in mentoring, Jessica Pearson and The Eastwind. There will be a local artist or band from each city that will open for Tara Shannon and Jessica Pearson and The East Wind in their hometown, giving an incredible opportunity for talented local musicians.
“I was fortunate to have wonderful mentors along the way in my own life and so the opportunity to give back and support an organization I fundamentally believe in is such a joy. I was so happy BBBS was just as excited about this tour model and jumped on board. It’s a wonderful way to provide a turnkey fundraising event for the agencies while connecting my music with new fans.”
The “Big” Tour will ‘wrap up’ on the final date here in Ottawa on Wednesday, March 11th at the National Arts Centre.
THE “BIG” TOUR – DATES
Thur. February 27 – Urban Abbey, Thunder Bay
Sat. February 29 – Sudbury Secondary School, Sudbury
Tues. March 3 – Georgian Bay District SS, Midland
Thur. March 5 – Fergus Grand Theatre, Fergus
Fri. March 6 – Paul Davenport Theatre, London
Sat. March 7 – Rock Star Music Hall, Windsor
Sun. March 8 – Rose City Kids Theatre, Welland
Mon. March 9 – Town Hall Theatre, Port Perry
Tues. March 10 – The Renaissance, Kingston
Wed. March 11 – National Arts Centre, Ottawa
ABOUT TARA SHANNON
Tara Shannon is a Canadian award-winning singer-songwriter from Russell, ON. Shannon’s current single ‘Mutha’ made the Top 5 Downloads and Streams across US radio first week out where it is currently charting and also debuted at #2 Indie Downloads across Canada.
Her new album ‘Where the Light Comes In’ was released in November 2019 with a performance at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and was recently nominated for Album of the Year by Faces Magazine Ottawa.
As the mother of seven, she is passionate about youth and developing their potential which is why supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters with this endeavour is a natural fit.
Tickets are $25 each.