Terra Lightfoot today announced the release of her Live at Massey Hall concert film, available now to view through Massey Hall’s website, and stream via broadcast partner SiriusXM.

Lightfoot’s Massey Hall concert took place three months after the release of her acclaimed album New Mistakes, which would go on to be nominated for a JUNO and longlisted for the Polaris Music Prize. For this memorable performance, Lightfoot was joined onstage by Daniel Lanois (guitar on “You Get High”), and Melissa McClelland (harmony vocals on “Stars Over Dakota”) of Whitehorse, who Lightfoot was supporting that evening. 

“Playing Massey Hall was one of the most memorable moments of my career,” Lightfoot beams. “Last year, it seemed like my band and I had visited every part of the globe — Japan, Australia, Europe and the UK, plus Canada and the US. Along the way, I had a lot of incredible experiences, climbed mountains real and metaphoric. And Massey Hall was one. I was honoured to play that room, thrilled that the concert was captured and excited to be able to share it with fans.”

In the year since that landmark concert, Lightfoot and her band have played across North America, Europe and Australia, alongside artists such as Willie Nelson, The Posies, Toad the Wet Sprocket, The Sheepdogs, Jim Cuddy, Matt Mays and William Crighton.

Lightfoot continues to seek out new peaks, recently developing and curating The Longest Road Show, a new tour that will cross Ontario in February 2019, featuring a bill co-headlined by Lightfoot, Lindi Ortega and Begonia.

Visit terralightfoot.com/tour-dates for all of Terra’s upcoming concerts and don’t miss a chance to catch this electrifying artist performing live.  


Dec 16 • Toronto, ON • The Horseshoe Tavern (w/The Jim Cuddy Band) [ SOLD OUT ]
Dec 28 • Peterborough, ON • Memorial Centre (w/Blue Rodeo) [ GET TICKETS ]
Dec 29 • Kitchener, ON • Centre in the Square (w/Blue Rodeo) [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 18 • Winnipeg, MB • West End Cultural Centre  [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 19 • Brandon, MB • The 40  [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 20 • Cadillac, SK • Range Line Tavern [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 23 • Prince Albert, SK • E.A. Rawlinson Centre [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 24 • Saskatoon, SK • Winterruption (Amigos Cantina)  [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 25 • Regina, SK • Winterruption (The Exchange) [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 26 • Calgary, AB • Big Winter Classic (Last Best Brewing) [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 27 • Edmonton, AB • The Aviary  [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 29 • Jasper, BC • The Legion ​[ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 30 • Prince George, BC • Coldsnap Music Festival [ GET TICKETS ]
Jan 31 • Prince George, BC • Coldsnap Music Festival [ GET TICKETS ]
Feb 2 • Vancouver, BC • Fox Cabaret [ GET TICKETS ]
Feb 3 • Langley, BC • Bez Arts Hub [ GET TICKETS ]
Feb 5 • Kitchener, ON • Centre in the Square  [ GET TICKETS ]
Feb 6 • Ottawa, ON • Algonquin Commons Theatre  [ GET TICKETS ]
Feb 7 • Hamilton, ON • New Vision United Church  [ GET TICKETS ]
Feb 8 • London, ON • London Music Hall  [ GET TICKETS ]
Feb 9 • Toronto, ON • Phoenix Concert Theatre  [ GET TICKETS ]

Live at Massey Hall photo by Nick Wons

About Live at Massey Hall

The critically-acclaimed concert and concert film series Live at Massey Hall connects viewers with some of the most influential and captivating music-makers, performers, and artists through signature cinematic 30-minute concert films and high quality full-length audio recordings. The series also introduces new voices and original artists to not only Massey Halls wide and growing audience base but to music fans around the world, documenting what is often considered a milestone moment in the careers of participating artists. Watch 30-minute concert films at www.liveatmasseyhall.com

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