Two of Canada’s most dynamic country music artists and award-winning, chart-topping entertainers, Paul Brandt and Terri Clark, announced that they will embark on the co-headlining “Homecoming ’23 Tour,” – an intimate acoustic tour set to travel across Canada this fall. The multi-platinum-selling Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductees, friends and accomplished performers known for their amazing live shows and vast number of hits will join each other on stage together for the first time in an intimate stripped-back show, sharing the songs and stories that have shaped their illustrious careers.

Brandt comments:

“Since our careers launched in the late ’90s, Terri and I have had a special connection; two Alberta kids reaching for the stars. What are the chances that we would have both made it? Through the years, we’ve always stayed in touch, and made a point to connect when our North American tours intersected, but now, our paths are leading us onto the same stage together for the very first time. Intentional, intimate sharing of the stories and songs of our lives, together, on the same stage for an amazing homecoming. I can’t wait!”

Paul Brandt & Terri Clark “Homecoming ’23 Tour” poster
Paul Brandt & Terri Clark “Homecoming ’23 Tour” poster

Adds Clark:

“Paul and I co-headlining a Canadian tour has always felt like a no-brainer to me. I am thrilled that we finally found the right time and the right way to do this together. We are so looking forward to getting on stage with our guitars in an intimate setting and playing our hits for our Canadian fans. I can’t wait to hit the road this Fall!”

The 24-date tour kicks off November 1 in Yorkton, SK, with back-to-back dates and will make stops in Winnipeg, Regina, Vancouver, Saskatoon, Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, London and more, along with multiple dates in Red Deer, Calgary, and Kelowna before wrapping December 2 in Belleville, ON.

Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Thursday, May 18, at 10 am local time. Artist presales begin May 16, and local presales begin May 17 at 10 am local time until 10 pm local time at and/or

2023 Homecoming ’23 Tour Dates:

11/1 – Anne Portnuff Theatre, Yorkton, SK
11/2 – Anne Portnuff Theatre, Yorkton, SK
11/3 – Burton Cummings Theatre, Winnipeg, MB
11/4 – Conexus Arts Centre, Regina, SK
11/6 – Red Deer Memorial Centre, Red Deer, AB
11/7 – Red Deer Memorial Centre, Red Deer, AB
11/9 – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB
11/10 – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB
11/11 – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB
11/13 – Community Theatre, Kelowna, BC
11/14 – Community Theatre, Kelowna, BC
11/15 – The Bailey, Trail, BC
11/16 – Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC
11/18 – ENMAX Centre, Lethbridge, AB
11/19 – TCU Place, Saskatoon, SK
11/21 – Thunder Bay Community Auditorium, Thunder Bay, ON
1123 – The Grand Theatre, Sudbury, ON
11/24 – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON
11/25 – National Arts Centre, Ottawa, ON
11/26 – FirstOntario Concert Hall, Hamilton, ON
11/29 – Peterborough Memorial Centre, Peterborough, ON
11/30 – Centennial Hall, London, ON
12/1 – Centre in the Square, Kitchener, ON
12/2 – Empire Theatre, Belleville, ON


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