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11 May 2018 (Toronto, ON) - Canadian singer-songwriter sensation Shawn Hook has announced his highly anticipated GOOD DAYS TOUR 2018. Joining Hook on the 17-city cross-Canada tour will be guests Neon Dreams. Tickets will go on sale in all markets on Friday, May 18 at Fans who register through Tickemaster’s Verified Fan platform at will also have access to presale tickets beginning Wednesday, May 16 at 10am EST. Complete tour listing below.


“It’s an honour to be able to tour across this amazing country and perform live for all my fans,” said Shawn Hook. "I can’t wait to connect with everyone on a bigger and more exciting scale than ever before.”


Shawn Hook, a two-time Juno Fan Choice Award nominee, started garnishing attention with his 2015 hit single “Sound of Your Heart” which reached double platinum status in Canada, hit the Top 20 in America, and made it to #1 on the Billboard Dance Club chart. Hook received the Allan Slaight Award at Canada’s Walk of Fame event in 2017 and Billboard named him as one of “tomorrow’s hits” while Nylon included him in their “ones to watch” list.


With recent performances on Jimmy Kimmel, The Today Show, and Live! With Kelly and Michael, his latest Certified Platinum single, “Reminding Me” featuring Vanessa Hudgens, peaked at #3 on Hot AC in Canada with Hook performing it on the So You Think You Can Dance finale. In addition to being an impressive live performer, Hook is a gifted songwriter and plays multiple instruments including guitar, bass, trombone, and his signature piano.


Supporting Shawn on the upcoming tour is Halifax trio Neon Dreams who have rapidly emerged as one of the brightest new stars on the Canadian music horizon, first making an impact on radio in 2016 with their breakout single, "Marching Bands" featuring Kardinal Offishall. Their signature high-energy and dynamic live show makes them the perfect addition to the Good Days Tour.




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With special guests Neon Dreams


16-Oct – Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre

18-Oct – Ottawa, ON – Algonquin Commons Theatre

19-Oct – Belleville, ON – Empire Theatre

20-Oct – London, ON – London Music Hall

22-Oct – Hamilton, ON – First Ontario Concert Hall

23-Oct – Peterborough – The Venue

25-Oct – Kingston, ON – Grand Theatre

26-Oct – Kitchener, ON - Elements

27-Oct – Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre

29-Oct - Barrie, ON – Georgian Theatre

1-Nov – Thunder Bay, ON – Community Auditorium

2-Nov – Winnipeg, ON – Burton Cummings Theatre

3-Nov – Saskatoon, SK – O’Brians Event Centre

7-Nov – Edmonton, AB – Myer Horowitz Theatre

8-Nov – Calgary, AB – MacEwan Ballroom

9-Nov – Trail, BC – The Bailey

10-Nov - Surrey, BC – Bell Performing Arts Centre