Indie-rock band Half Moon Run is coming to Vancouver on the North American leg of their A Blemish in the Great Light Tour, which will take them across the globe.
The band consists of members Conner Molander, Dylan Phillips, Devon Portielje, and Isaac Symonds, who released their first album Dark Eyes in 2012, to critical acclaim. They received a JUNO nomination for Breakthrough Group of the Year in 2016 after returning from a whirlwind tour of Europe and North America.
Half Moon Run’s complex brand of alt-folk, alt-rock, psychedelic indie, has built the band a cult following. Between them, they can incorporate percussion, piano, keyboard, guitar, synth, bass, mandolin, harmonica, and more.
The tour will take the Montreal-based rockers across Canada, the United States, and to Europe with stops in major cities including Prague, Barcelona, and Paris.
Fans are awaiting the November 1 release of their third album, A Blemish in the Great Light. Their highly-lauded live show is expected to sell out across the country — and potentially, the world. Singer-songwriter Taylor Janzen will be opening the Vancouver show.
Tickets to Half Moon Run’s all-ages Vancouver show are on sale now via Ticketmaster, starting at $29.50. However, if you’d like the chance to win a pair of tickets to the tour, simply enter the contest below!
1. Follow Live Nation BC on Instagram – @LiveNationBC and leave a comment on the following IG post tagging which friend you would bring to the concert, alongside the hashtag #dhcontest. (1 entry)
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2. Tweet the following (1 entry):
- Win two tickets to see @HalfMoonRun live in Vancouver on January 15, 2020, via @livenationwest & @DailyHiveVan RT to enter! #dhcontest
Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on October 18, 2019. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they used to enter.
When: Wednesday, January 15
Time: Doors open at 7 pm, show starts 8 pm
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre — 630 Hamilton Street
Price: Starting at $29.50 (plus service charges) — Tickets available via Ticketmaster