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March 29, 2011 15:13 ET

SWITCHFOOT Canada Tour: May 2011

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 29, 2011) - When the lights go down at a concert, the intent for both the fans and the bands is clear: transcendence. Of course, this is easier said than done. There are many contributing factors but when you strip the gig down to its core, there is one thing that will elevate it into a timeless evening that will resonate forever: the music. With 2011 Grammy award winners Switchfoot, the strength of their songs is such that their concerts carry enough emotional weight to sink any ship.

Beginning at Toronto's legendary Queen Elizabeth Theatre and ending in Vancouver's venerable Vogue Theatre, Switchfoot's two-week trek across Canada will see them touch the hearts of their fans and cement their legacy as one of North America's premier live acts. Aiming to move and captivate the souls of music fans, Switchfoot will be playing tracks from their critically-acclaimed latest full length Hello Hurricane, as well as a handful of freshly recorded new tracks from their upcoming album Vice Verses.

Switchfoot's live show is an intense and inspirational experience that needs to be felt as much as it needs to be heard. The powerhouse Canadian alt-rock quintet, The Reason will be joining Switchfoot with their energetic live show to make this tour an event not to be missed or forgotten.

Tour Details and Ticketing info: http://www.everyeye.ca - http://www.everyeye.ca/tickets

Band Info: www.switchfoot.com - www.thereasonmusic.com

May 16 TORONTO, ON Queen Elizabeth Theatre
May 17 SUDBURY, ON Radisson Hotel, Palladium Ballroom
May 18 LONDON, ON London Convention Centre
May 20 BARRIE, ON W.A. Fisher Auditorium, Barrie Central Collegiate
May 21 KINGSTON, ON Kingston Grand Theatre
May 23 WINNIPEG, MB Pantages Playhouse Theatre
May 24 SASKATOON, SK Odeon Events Centre
May 26 CALGARY, AB MacEwan Ballroom
May 28 VERNON, BC Wesbild Centre
May 29 VANCOUVER, BC Vogue Theatre

Interviews available upon request.

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