Dine Alone Records is getting ready to amp things up this summer when the Red Bull Tour Bus hits highways across Canada to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the iconic independent music label. The ’67 GM transit bus that transforms into a ground shaking sound stage will host some of Dine Alone’s best musical acts for select FREE performances from coast to coast. The five-stop tour kicks off in Vancouver, BC, May 16 @
4:00PM local time in the Gastown district (at the corner of Alexander and Water Street) and features performances by Irish-born progressive-folk crooner James Vincent McMorrow, acclaimed explosive rock outfit Alberta Cross, haunting folk duo Dicey Hollow, and Vancouver’s own White Ash Falls. See below for streams and more info on each artist.
The month-long series will showcase some of the record label’s most notable current artists including Tokyo Police Club, Monster Truck, Yukon Blonde and k-os, all on the back of the legendary Red Bull Tour Bus as it transforms into a fully operational soundstage for the series of outdoor shows. The Tour Bus heads East after Vancouver, making stops in Calgary, Saskatoon, Hamilton, and finally Halifax. More event details will be announced as available. To RSVP for FREE tickets to the Vancouver show, visit:
Making its debut on the Bus Tour is Dine Alone’s rolling record store “Wax on Wheels”, an immersive record buying experience on the road equipped with charging stations and wifi. Music lovers will be able to hang out under an awning-covered patio and get a unique opportunity to purchase titles from the Dine Alone back catalogue, as well as rare and limited releases and a special selection of Dine Alone merchandise.
Dine Alone Records has launched a brand new website with a special page dedicated to all things 10 Year. With all of the exciting news, releases and events set to come out over the year, be sure to check back often for the latest surprises.