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London Music Hall

185 Queens Ave, London, ON N6A 1B5
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Gary Gulman at London Music Hall

Gary Gulman

The Last Comic Standing finalist from season 2 has since become a fully fledged comic in his own right, garnering critical acclaim for his DVDs and touring work. Known for his surreal observations on everyday situations, Gulman has held a myriad of jobs throughout his twenty years trying to break into the big time; barista, waiter, doorman, accountant and even a school scholarship football player. A gigantic six-foot, six-inch Bostonian, he has also performed on television comedy shows including Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, David Letterman and John Oliver.

Maren Morris at London Music Hall

Maren Morris

Grammy award-winning Country singer, songwriter and superstar Maren Morris is hitting the road on an expansive headlining tour, the RSVP Redux Tour throughout North America, with the talented Betty Who joining as a special guest for certain performances. Presented by Live Nation, the tour will span 11 dates and commences on May 29th at The Masonic in San Francisco.

Godspeed You Black Emperor! at London Music Hall

Godspeed You Black Emperor!

Formed in 1994 in Montreal, Canada, the band has been highly influential within the post-rock genre. Working with orchestrated arrangements, the nine-piece group created tracks with wide dynamic ranges, a highly evocative use of instrumentation and sounds and uncompromising long form compositions...

Tenille Townes at London Music Hall

Tenille Townes

15 Canadian Country Music Association Awards, two Juno Awards, and two ACM Awards later and Canadian sensation Tenille Townes is heading on the As You Are Tour. No stranger to delivering powerhouse performances, Townes has worked with legends such as Ketih Urban, Miranda Lambert and Shania Twain, just to name a few.

Protest The Hero at London Music Hall

Protest The Hero

Hailing from Whitby, Ontario this four-piece progressive rock band have been making tunes since 1999, although they first named themselves 'Happy Go Lucky'. The band's second full-length album 'Fortress' launched the band into the rock scene when it was released in 2008, now Protest the Hero are bringing their brand new tour kicking off late summer!

Death From Above 1979 at London Music Hall

Death From Above 1979

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of their breakthrough album You're A Woman, I'm A Machine, Death From Above 1979 hit the road once more for a highly anticipated string of live shows! Going gold in Canada and receiving high critical acclaim from the rock press on its release, the album put them on the map and introduced the high-energy two-piece to the world.

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