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Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby blueseeka » 3/2/2018, 3:38 pm

Mar 03
Casino New Brunswick
Moncton, Canada

Mar 05
Scotiabank Centre
Halifax, Canada

Mar 07
MTELUS
Montreal, Canada

Mar 08
The Arena at TD Place
Ottawa, Canada

Mar 09
FirstOntario Concert Hall
Hamilton, Canada

Mar 10
Budweiser Gardens
London, Canada

Mar 12
The Rapids Theatre
Niagara Falls, NY

Mar 13
Tribute Communities Centre
Oshawa, Canada

Mar 15
Massey Hall
Toronto, Canada

Mar 16
Rebel
Toronto, Canada

Mar 17
Casino Rama
Rama, Canada

Mar 20
Burton Cummings Theatre
Winnipeg, Canada

Mar 21
Burton Cummings Theatre
Winnipeg, Canada

Mar 23
Grey Eagle Event Centre
Calgary, Canada

Mar 24
Western Financial Place
Cranbrook, Canada

Mar 26
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Edmonton, Canada

Mar 27
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Edmonton, Canada

Mar 28
CN Centre
Prince George, Canada

Mar 30
Prospera Place
Kelowna, Canada

Mar 31
Abbotsford Centre
Abbotsford, Canada
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby blueseeka » 3/2/2018, 3:42 pm

Figured it would be easier to group everything together.

What a weird setlist for the first show coming off a brand new CD. Only Ballad played

St.John's, NF

Maps(Yeah Yeah Yeahs cover)
Innocent
Superman's Dead
Paper Moon / Life
Is Anybody Home?
Thief
In Repair
Somewhere Out There
One Man Army
Right Behind You (Mafia)
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4am

Encore:
The Ballad of a Poet
Starseed
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby astute_99 » 3/3/2018, 1:07 pm

Boring. I understand why they play the songs that they do, but by this point they should know that the majority of their limited fans are hardcore, and it won't hurt to get to some deeper cuts. EDIT: I love seeing Mafia though, let's hope that continues. It's especially disappointing not to see more songs from Somethingness. Hopefully it was just a warm-up and there are some exciting debuts and curve balls down the round during this tour.

Aside, I'll be at the last show in Abottsford, and I couldn't be more excited! I saw them for the first time when I was 16 and then several more times until I moved to Turkey when I was 27. Finally, at age 34, I'm back home and will get to see them again. Hopefully being the last night of the tour we'll get a few special treats in the set list.
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby blueseeka » 3/6/2018, 4:52 pm

Halifax Setlist

Drop Me in the Water
Superman's Dead
Innocent
Is Anybody Home?
Maps (Yeah Yeah Yeahs cover)
Angels/Losing/Sleep
In Repair(Acoustic)
Somewhere Out There(Acoustic)
One Man Army
Not Enough
Nice to Meet You
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4am

Encore:
Ballad of a Poet
Hello Time Bomb(Matthew Good Band cover) (with Matthew Good)
Starseed
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby blueseeka » 3/6/2018, 7:34 pm

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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby Hugh23 » 3/8/2018, 7:54 pm

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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby Hugh23 » 3/9/2018, 9:44 am

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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby ihatethunderbay » 3/9/2018, 10:25 am

So the Ottawa show was amazing.

I'm totally a lapsed fan and really was there more for Matt Good but OLP rocked it.

I haven't listened to their post Gravity stuff in forever - like I still consider Angels Losing Sleep a new song - but the new stuff they played was really tight and had great energy.

Raine was on point too. The falsetto's back! I remember seeing them in Winnipeg back in 03 and honestly it's like night and day. 3rd time seeing them and easily the best performance.

Also the new drummer kinda looks like the brother from the Mummy movies with tattoos.

All of them coming together to play Hello Time Bomb blew the place up, it was amazing. But I'd kill to see Matt do In Repair.

Edit for setlist:
Angels Losing Sleep
Superman's Dead
Innocent
Drop Me In The Water
Is Anybody Home?
Maps
In Repair acoustic
Somewhere Out There acoustic
One Man Army
Paper Moon / Life
Nice to Meet You
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4am

Encore:
Ballad of a Poet
Hello Time Bomb w/ MG
Starseed
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby neoncrossing » 3/10/2018, 6:38 am

I was at the Hamilton show last night. My 44th OLP show. Another great performance. The highlight of the night for sure was both bands coming out to play Hello Time Bomb.

First Ontario Concert Theatre
Hamilton, ON
March 9, 2018

Hiding Place For Hearts
Superman’s Dead
Innocent
Drop Me In The Water
Is Anybody Home / Maps
Thief
In Repair (acoustic)
Somewhere Out There (acoustic)
One man Army
Nice To Meet You
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4am

Ballad of a Poet
Hello Time Bomb (with Matt Good)
Starseed
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby blueseeka » 3/10/2018, 8:13 am

Thats awesome neon. Making the drive to London for the show tonight can't wait. Did you like the acoustic slowdown in the middle of the show?
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby neoncrossing » 3/10/2018, 11:34 am

Yes the slow down mid set was good. Not a huge fan of somewhere out there. Wish they would have played something else instead.
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby Hugh23 » 3/11/2018, 3:09 am

Budweiser Gardens Theatre - 3200+ seating capacity
London, ON
March 10, 2018

9:30pm
1. Hiding Place for Hearts
2. Superman's Dead
3. Innocent
4. Drop Me in the Water
5. Is Anybody Home?
6. Maps (Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs cover)
7. Paper Moon/Life
8. In Repair (acoustic)
9. Somewhere Out There (acoustic)
10. One Man Army
11. Nice to Meet You
12. Clumsy
13. 4am
10:35pm

10:40pm
Encore
1. Ballad of a Poet
2. Hello Time Bomb with Matthew Good
3. Starseed
11pm

The OLP website didn't say this concert was sold out, but I didn't see any empty seats. My wife and I had some great seats to the right of the sound board 8 rows from the stage in front of Duncan. This was my 1st time seeing Matthew Good and his band. I only new two of his songs from radio play. Everyone around me was singing with Matthew. His set was high energy and he pumped up the fans for OLP.

Raine came out wearing this very cool looking black jacket that went down to his knees. His hair and his beard were closely cropped. I thought he looked modern and stunning.The look added to his already great stage presence in concert. Duncan's hair was longer. Steve and Jason looked great, too. The London fans were really into the concert cheering loudly for OLP and singing with Raine.

There were numerous camera men throughout the concert hall only during OLP. They were filming from all angles of the stage and from within the fans' seating area. A little distracting and exciting at the same time. I was thinking the guys in the band would be a bit nervous filming a live show with so many cameras around. The whole band played great and their performance was intoxicating and natural.

The new songs from Somethingness were well received. I especially enjoyed Nice to Meet You & Ballad of a Poet. OLP's cover of Maps was excellent. Raine really threw himself into that song. OLP followed with one of the best versions of Paper Moon I've heard. Steve was exceptional. He hit all his best solos perfectly. The two song acoustic set was interesting. Raine and Steve played guitar. I think Duncan played acoustic guitar instead of bass. I can't be sure. Jason stepped from behind his drum kit and played a bright yellow box he was pounding on rhythmically. It sounded similar to a bongo, but it had a deeper tone and reverberated a bit. Jason's percussion along with the 3 guitars was intriguing and enjoyable.

One Man Army kicked ass! Raine used his bullhorn to sing intermittent lines as he always does. Near the end of that song with Duncan, Steve and Jason raging on their instruments, Raine got taken up by the energy of the song and began crazily spinning around while singing into the bullhorn. I was mesmerized by the band. Raine was using his falsetto which I always love. He used his falsetto just as on the old albums at times and others he would hit in a slightly lower tone and cadence. Raine seems to have embraced his falsetto as he used it in so many different ways on Somethingness. Matthew Good and his band came out during the encore to play their hit Hello Time Bomb. Raine sang most of the lyrics and Matthew Good ripped it up on lead guitar. Another high point in this concert.

I like how OLP is mixing up their set lists slightly from night to night on this tour. They are playing some of the same songs, but in a different order and moving other songs in and out as they please. I like to see unpredictability in the sets as I like to go to multiple shows. I want to go to see OLP next Friday at Rebel. I've never seen OLP in Toronto.

Lastly, I hung out by the OLP tour bus with some other die hard fans long after the show ended. We endured the cold and we got to speak with Duncan and Steve for a few minutes. That is when I met Tom Duska from this board. He and I have been to many of the same OLP shows in the US & Canada, but we've never met until Saturday. Nice to meet you, Tom! I'm sure we will run into each other again.


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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby olpgirl5 » 3/11/2018, 9:05 am

Gosh, I haven't been on here in forever!

I got to meet up with Mr. Duska before the London show last night. We were glad we went to this one, as it was an excellent show! We had great seats just to the left of the stage.
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby Locobone » 3/11/2018, 3:32 pm

I think I need to re-evaluate my meet and greet prices.

Nice to see everyone!! Here’s Hello Time Bomb from London last night.

https://youtu.be/1Be6oN_nqNE
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby blueseeka » 3/12/2018, 9:31 am

Also at the show. Had such a great time. I was in the 300 level but the show sounded great from there. I really liked the acoustic break, I thought In Repair sounded amazing. I wonder if it's time to bring back Life and add it to the acoustic set. Since I was so far back, it was the first time that I could really see the crowd during Starseed. The crowd surprisingly wasn't as into it as I have always imagined they have been. They were into almost every other song more. I wonder if it's time to switch it out of the end position but I am not sure what song would work better there. Nice to meet you came off softer than I expected. Hiding places was amazing. Maps really worked with IAH. Show was amazing, can't wait till Toronto club show Friday
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby blueseeka » 3/12/2018, 2:08 pm

For those of you in Toronto. Edge102 has them doing a couple songs. I have been to these before and lots of fun. Usually three songs

Join us in The Edge Studio on March 15th at 12:30pm to catch Our Lady Peace perform a few tunes off their latest album, Somethingness.
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby Fabio_kun » 3/15/2018, 12:59 pm

blueseeka wrote:For those of you in Toronto. Edge102 has them doing a couple songs. I have been to these before and lots of fun. Usually three songs

Join us in The Edge Studio on March 15th at 12:30pm to catch Our Lady Peace perform a few tunes off their latest album, Somethingness.



Did you go? I was there. Really fun!
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby Fabio_kun » 3/15/2018, 1:00 pm

Anyone going to Massey Hall and Rebel in Toronto?
I'm going to both nights. Unfortunately could not afford the VIP package but would most certainly get it if I could.

Would be great to meet any CMers there!
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby Matt. » 3/15/2018, 4:36 pm

Fabio_kun wrote:Anyone going to Massey Hall and Rebel in Toronto?
I'm going to both nights. Unfortunately could not afford the VIP package but would most certainly get it if I could.

Would be great to meet any CMers there!

Yeah, I'm going tonight and tomorrow. I didn't do VIP either.
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Re: Canadian Tour March 2018

Postby myownsatellite » 3/15/2018, 5:15 pm

Massey Hall was the show I wanted to go to, I wish I could have made it! I'll just have to live vicariously through the rest of you...
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