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Win Tickets to Indigo Girls in Vancouver

Monday, August 26th, 2013 — 3:41pm PDT
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The Indigo Girls have been touring the world for the last 25 years and they’re about to embark on a new Canadian Tour this fall. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers are a timeless folk rock duo that has released albums since 1987 both as a group and individually.

Photo courtesy of Paul Mercs Concerts

These social-conscious women each have a long list of accomplishments such as setting up a non-profit, restaurant entrepreneurship, and authoring books. The Two North Canadian Tour will kick-off in Vancouver on Saturday, September 21st and will head right across the country, playing from Nelson to Moncton through to October.

Two North: Indigo Girls Canadian Tour 2013

September 21 Vancouver, BC at the Vogue Theatre
September 22 Victoria, BC at McPherson Playhouse
September 24 Kelowna, BC at the Kelowna Community Theatre
September 25 Nelson, BC at the Capitol Theatre Nelson
September 27 Cranbrook, BC at the Key City Theatre
September 28 Lethbridge, AB at the Yates Memorial Theatre
September 30 Calgary, AB at Knox United Church
October 1 St. Albert, AB at Arden Theatre
October 2 Saskatoon, SK at Broadway Theatre
October 15 Peterborough, ON at Showplace Performance Theatre
October 16 Ottawa, ON at the Centrepointe Theatre
October 18 Guelph, ON at the River Run Centre
October 19 London, ON at Centennial Hall
October 21 Halifax, NS at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Dalhousie Arts Centre
October 22 Moncton, NB at the The Centre at Casino New Brunswick

Decades into their career, the Indigo Girls still amaze conventional pundits with their ability to grow and thrive despite the changing state of the music industry. Emily Saliers and Amy Ray began performing together in high school. Since then, they have had a recording career that consists of fourteen studio albums, three live records, and three greatest hits compilations. Of these releases, seven reached gold status, four reached platinum, and one hit the double platinum mark, with cumulative sales in excess of twelve million albums in the US.

With the duo’s tour history spanning twenty-five years, as well as their staunch dedication to a number of social and environmental causes, the Indigo Girls have earned a devoted following over the years. So many artists who launched their careers in the late 1980s have slipped from our collective memory. In contrast, the Indigo Girls stand tall, having earned the lasting respect of a multi-generational audience.

Tickets for the Vancouver show are on sale now via Northern Tickets or by calling (604) 569-1144 or 1-855-551-9747. You can also stop by the Northern Tickets office (near the Vogue Theatre) at 918 Granville.

Win Tickets to Indigo Girls in Vancouver

If you would like to win your way in to see The Indigo Girls live in Vancouver, I have a pair of tickets to give away thanks to Paul Mercs Concerts. Here’s how to enter the draw:

  • Leave a comment naming your favourite Indigo Girls tune (1 entry)
  • Post the following on Twitter (1 entry)
RT to enter to win tickets to Indigo Girls from @PMConcerts + @Miss604 http://ow.ly/ohY2Z

I will draw one winner at random from all entries at 12:00pm on Monday, September 2, 2013. Follow Paul Mercs Concerts on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about upcoming shows and artist events in your area.

Update The winner is @aeamratlal Glenda!

Current contests on Miss604.com


  1. Catherine says:

    Easy: Cold Beer and Remote Control (Also, oh my god, I’m a stereotype.)

  2. Sanaz says:


  3. Vera LeFranc says:

    Closer to fine!

  4. Jen LeFranc says:

    Language or the kiss hands down best IG song.

  5. Michelle W. says:

    Closer to fine!

  6. Erin says:

    I believe in love

  7. Mariska says:

    So many great songs to choose from! But I’ll go with Galileo and Virginia Woolf.

  8. Rj says:

    Closer to fine

  9. Amanda says:

    I have to go with Galileo as it was the first Indigo Girls song I heard and lead me to discovering their fantastic music!

  10. Alex says:


  11. Michelle says:

    Hard to choose just one but I do love Closer to Fine…thanks

  12. Jennifer says:

    Land of Canaan

  13. jan says:

    Least Complicated

  14. Casey says:

    Closer to fine

  15. Sylvia says:

    Closer to fine…

  16. Stotes says:

    Closer To Fine!

  17. Shona says:

    Tried to be true…and closer to fine!

  18. Jennifer says:

    When we were married the first song that Laurie and I danced to was “Power of Two”. It remains one of our favourites.

  19. Robyn says:

    Ghost from Rites of Passage although I could list just about any song from that album because they are all good.

  20. Jiblet says:

    True Romantic!

  21. Pat Cumming says:

    Definitely Closer to Fine

  22. Tracy says:

    Closer to Fine!

  23. Greg says:

    Closer to fine!

  24. VALERIE says:


  25. Eileen says:

    Closer to Fine

  26. Glenda says:

    Power of Two was the first song I ever heard by them. Still remains my favorite song.

  27. cheryl borgmann says:

    Galileo for sure…but so many gems!!

  28. Ana says:

    Least Complicated

  29. Teresa K says:


  30. Gary says:

    Closer to fine

  31. Holly says:

    Power of Two

  32. Tanya says:

    “Closer to Fine” I was living and working in Dusseldorf, Germany for a year, partying with a bunch of ex-pats and frequently waking up with “a headache like my head against a board”, but the line that always got me was “I sailed my ship of safety ’til I sank it”. It convinced me to break up with my Canadian boyfriend (safe) and give it a try with a guy in Valencia, Spain I had been in love with for years (scary). The song helped me take my life less seriously ~ it’s only life, after all!

  33. Alana says:

    Closer to fine

  34. heather says:

    land of canaan

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