WATCH: Canadian Rock Stars Preview 'Saints And Sinners 2020 Tour'

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This summer’s Saints and Sinners 2020 Tour will bring four solid Canadian rock bands – Big Wreck, Headstones, Moist and The Tea Party – to 17 cities from coast to coast.

The bands are listed alphabetically because none is the tour headliner and the order in which they will take the stage will be different each night.

“It’ll be interesting to see where the nights go because of that,” Tea Party frontman Jeff Martin told iHeartRadio.

For Moist’s David Usher, this means staying on top of his game. “When the band before you and the band after you is going to be great, you want to be living up to it," he said, "so it’s definitely going to push everyone for sure.”

Headstones singer Hugh Dillon said the tour will give the four bands opportunities to collaborate. “We’re trying to figure out which Hip song that maybe we can all get together to play at certain gigs or maybe at the end of shows,” he teased. “We’re just trying to figure out how we can constantly make it more exciting for us, and the fans, and have it meaningful.”

Ian Thornley of Big Wreck said touring is different today than it was when these bands were starting out decades ago.

“When you're young ... there’s no sort of home. I’d be out for 18 months at a time and not really feel it,” he recalled. “Now, if I’m away for two months I really feel it because I have a home and family and all these things.

"This is one month with good friends."

Watch the full interview below:

Saints And Sinners 2020 Tour Dates:

June 26            Penticton, BC                 South Okanagan Events Centre

June 27            Abbotsford, BC              Abbotsford Centre

June 29            Victoria, BC                   Save On Foods Memorial Centre

July 1               Prince George, BC        CN Centre

July 2               Lethbridge, AB               ENMAX Centre

July 3               Regina, SK                    Brandt Centre

July 4               Edmonton, AB               Edmonton Convention Centre

July 6               Calgary, AB                   Big Four Roadhouse (Stampede Park)

July 7               Brandon, MB                 Westoba Place

July 8               Winnipeg, MB                Bell MTS Place

July 11             Rama, ON                     Casino Rama Resort

July 15            Laval, QC                      Place Bell

July 16             Buffalo, NY                    Artpark Amphitheater

July 18             Ottawa, ON                   RBC Ottawa Bluesfest

July 23             Halifax, NS                    Scotiabank Centre

July 24             Moncton, NB                 Casino New Brunswick

July 30             St. John's, NL                George Street Festival

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