The DT Concert Series is thrilled to welcome Justin Rutledge to the stage on April 13!
"Go West, Young Man, Go West", an expression coined in the 1800s, could easily be rephrased and applied to Juno Award Winner Justin Rutledge to read, "Go East, Young Man, Go East", as that, quite literally, is what Justin Rutledge has done. His new album, aptly titled EAST, signifies not only his personal transition in moving away from the only city he's ever lived, but also, recording in the east, his first time making an album outside of Toronto.
Rutledge's other albums include No Never Alone(2004), The Devil On A Bench In Stanley Park (2006), Man Descending (2008), The Early Widows (2010) and Daredevil, his homage to The Tragically Hip (2014). He has twice been nominated for a Juno Award, and twice been long-listed for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize. Valleyheart, Rutledge's first release on Outside Music, earned the Juno Award for Roots Album of the year in 2014.
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.