The Sheepdogs Announce 'Changing Colours Tour'

Canadian rock band The Sheepdogs are hitting the road this winter for a cross-country tour.

The Saskatchewan group will kick off the Changing Colours Tour – named for their forthcoming album – in Campbell River, BC on Feb. 12, 2018 and stop in 16 more Canadian cities before wrapping things up in Halifax on March 17.

“Undoubtedly the greatest part of releasing a new record is hitting the road and kicking out the new jams all over this great country,” said Ewan Currie, in a release.

Along the way, The Sheepdogs will go south of the border for gigs in St. Paul, Chicago and Detroit.

Changing Colours, the band's first studio album since 2015, is scheduled to come out Feb. 2. Check out the live performance video for the first single, “I’ve Got a Hole Where My Heart Should Be.”

Changing Colours Tour

Feb. 12 - Campbell River, BC

Feb. 14 - Victoria, BC

Feb. 16 - Vancouver, BC

Feb. 18 - Kelowna, BC

Feb. 20 - Edmonton, AB

Feb. 21 - Calgary, AB

Feb. 23 - Saskatoon, SK

Feb. 24 - Winnipeg, MB

March 1 - London, ON

March 2 - Toronto, ON

March 6 - Peterborough, ON

March 7 - Kingston, ON

March 8 - Montreal, QC

March 10 - Moncton, NB

March 11 - Charlottetown, PEI

March 15 - St. John’s, NL

March 17 - Halifax, NS