The DT Concert Series is thrilled to welcome Jeremy Fisher and The Small Glories to the stage on March 23!
Jeremy Fisher has never really been one to build his career by travelling down the most obvious — or easiest — paths. His commitment to touring by bike is a case in point. Since 1998 he has completed the journey across North America an astonishing three times, and in 2010 he launched a unique tour of the west coast called The Malahat Revue with fellow artists Said the Whale, Hannah Georgas, and Aidan Knight. Together, they travelled by bike with gear in tow, and pedaled roughly 500km across British Columbia.
Fisher, who has twice been nominated for a Juno award, pairs his trademark wit and whimsy lyricism with folk-drenched musical roots to offer a throwback to the golden era of the singer-songwriter.
The historic Dominion Telegraph Event Centre in downtown Paris, Ont., is an intimate venue, offering an up-close-and-personal musical experience with some of Canada's most talented live performers.
Season passes for the entire seven-concert series are available, and include VIP front-of-the-line access passes, a snack at the Arlington Hotel's Library Bar before or after each show, and a special season passholders-only concert at the end of the series.
Dinner and concert packages are also available for the night, offering a sensational three-course meal at the Arlington Hotel's elegant Woolf & Wilde restaurant before the show.
Discount room rates on the night of the show are also availble for ticketholders. Please contact the Arlington Hotel directly to reserve.