RESCHEDULED DATES – April 29, 30, May 1 | 7:30pm
Stephen Fearing’s music embodies a fierce intelligence, a haunting candor, and a steady-handed pursuit of fleeting beauty. He exudes an abiding love for his craft and a respect for his audience that is reflected in two Juno awards and a touring circuit that includes festival stages and concert halls across Canada, Europe and the United States. A beguiling teller of tales and a singularly intense instrumentalist, Fearing is an alluring entertainer – heartbreaking, expansive and full of mirth – with a clear, honorable voice that lifts you out into his wide world and “brings you back home to yourself”.
Late in 2019 Stephen released his 11th solo album, The Unconquerable Past. Long heralded as one of Canada’s great storytellers, this album is a collection of ten songs that speak of learning from the past, the gift of time, reflections on ageing love and the urgent need for compassion in our world. Stephen’s time with Canadian roots supergroup Blackie and The Rodeo Kings has definitely influenced this body of work with a rich vein of roots/Americana running throughout the songs and arrangements. Since Stephen’s touring plans were cut short this year, he is very much looking forward to playing songs from The Unconquerable Past and from his earlier recordings with a smattering of BARK songs thrown in for good measure.
Proudly sponsored by Kate Merry.
Photo: Jen Squires
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COVID-19 safety protocols
Your safety is our priority. We are taking all measures to provide a safe, sanitized and comfortable theatre setting, and we are following current regulations provided by the provincial government, WorkSafeBC, and ActSafeBC. For each performance we are selling a maximum of 50 tickets, advance sales only. Your seating will have appropriate social distancing between your party and the next. Each party will have their own entry point to a seating row. An additional entrance and exit will be used to load in and out of the theatre. If you are feeling unwell or have symptoms please do not attend the concert and contact the box office. ArtSpring will be providing hand sanitizer, and facemasks are required when entering and exiting the theatre due to narrow doorways. Masks are not mandatory whilst in your seat.
- Patrons required to give name and contact number for all ticketholders in their party at time of purchase
- Maximum group size is 6.
- No paper tickets – guest list on arrival
- Arrival via lower parking lot only (upper parking lot will be closed).
- Staff wearing PPE
- Masks available to attendees
- Merchandise is pre-ordered and delivered to your seat
- No intermission and no concession
- Cleaning/disinfecting entire space before and after the event
- Please maintain social distance from others outside of your party
Please see Box Office for full terms and conditions of sale.