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Tickets

Tickets for many local shows are available at Moondance Music. Shows that we are selling tickets for are listed below in order by date. ALL TICKET SALES ARE CASH ONLY!

The Radius Project

Saturday Feb. 03, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for The Radius Project, a film presented by Michael Hurcomb, about the local music scene. The film is playing at the Market Hall on Saturday February 3 at 8pm. Every famous musician starts somewhere. This is a story about somewhere. The Radius Project is a music documentary that looks at the wealth of talent that came from the Peterborough area that went on to national & international fame. Featuring interviews and music with: George Stroumboulopoulos, Serena Ryder, Three Days Grace, The Spades, The Silver Hearts, July Talk, The Strumbellas, Cross Dog, Ronnie Hawkins, Thousand Foot Krutch, Hawksley Workman, Greg Wells, Royal Wood, Tebey, Rob Wells, The Burning Hell, Lonely Parade and more!

Sat Feb 3
Market Hall
8pm

The Lonely: Celebrating the Music of Roy Orbison

Thursday Feb. 08, 2018 - 7:30 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for The Lonely: Celebrating the Music of Roy Orbison at the Market Hall on Thursday February 8 at 7:30pm. The Lonely are a group of experienced musicians and performers who share a deep love and appreciation of the songs of Roy Orbison. The band approach the music with humble spirit and attempt to recreate the sensitivity and feel of the original recordings. Roy Orbison’s music defined a world unto itself, a true master of the romantic apocalypse we all dread. Although Roy is counted as a rock n roll pioneer, the structure and theme of his songs defy convention. Roy didn’t just sing beautifully, he sang broken heartedly. He has been described as timeless, bordering on the eccentric and within a hairs breadth of being weird.

Thurs Feb 8
Market Hall 
7:30pm

Spotlight: Songs of Stage and Screen

Saturday Feb. 10, 2018 - 2 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Spotlight: Songs of Stage and Screen presented by the Peterborough Pop Ensemble at the Market Hall on Saturday February 10 at 2pm. Experience the glorious songs from iconic musicals and films of Broadway and Hollywood such as Fame, Hairspray, The Music Man, Casablanca, A Star is Born, Les Mis, Beauty and the Beast and more! As part of the Peterborough Pop Ensemble Charity Program, the Ensemble is honoured to be supporting Quilts for Cancer with a portion of the proceeds from this concert.

Sat Feb 10
Market Hall 
2pm 

Max Mouse and the Gorillas

Saturday Feb. 10, 2018 - 3 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Max Mouse and the Gorillas Valentines Dance at the Red Dog on Saturday afternoon February 10 from 3-6pm. All proceeds from this show go to the Lakefield Animal Welfare Society. 

Sat Feb 10
Red Dog Tavern
3-6pm

Corb Lund

Tuesday Feb. 13, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Corb Lund at the Market Hall on Tuesday February 13 at 8pm. With nine studio albums under his belt and multiple CCMA, Juno, and Industry award wins, Corb Lund’s three decade long music career is a force to be reckoned with. His seventh album, “Cabin Fever” (2012) debuted at #1 on the Billboard Canadian Charts. Three of his albums have been certified GOLD, while his latest release, “Things That Can’t be Undone” (2015), cemented his status as one of the top country storytellers, and placed him on Rolling Stone’s “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know.” The record received rave reviews from all parts of the globe.

Tues Feb 13
Market Hall 
8pm

Cirque-lesque

Wednesday Feb. 14, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Cirque-lesque at the Market Hall on Wednesday February 14 at 8pm, presented by Peterborough Academy for Circus Arts. This is a dazzling circus burlesque show featuring aerial acrobatics, dance & fire spinning performed by Peterborough’s sexiest (and silliest) weirdos.
Show is 18+.

Wed Feb 14
Market Hall
8pm

Bowie Lives

Saturday Feb. 17, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Bowie Lives (with special guests Broken Harmony) at the Market Hall on Saturday February 17 at 8pm. Bowie Lives returns to the Market Hall a year after the show’s debut in 2017. “Go ahead, be skeptical….then talk to me after he sings ‘Young Americans’! What a night!” says CHEX TV’s Teresa Kaszuba. Fans proclaim “Beyond Amazing!!” Join award winning vocalist Michael Bell and a band of master musicians as they present the music of David Bowie in a multi-media extravaganza. From the Spiders from Mars to the Scary Monster, Bell conjurs the vocal performances and the hits that span 4 decades. After David’s untimly passing in 2016, Bell was approached with offers to pay tribute to the artist that inspired him over the course of his own musical recording and stage career, and he couldn’t resist. “I was born to sing Bowie” states Bell. Don’t miss the return.

Sat Feb 17
Market Hall
8pm

Mouthpiece by Quote Unquote Collective

Friday Feb. 23, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Mouthpiece by Quote Unquote Collective from Toronto on Friday February 23 at the Market Hall at 8pm. In the two years since its creation, Mouthpiece has become an international hit. A winner of two Dora Mavor Moore Awards, it wowed critics and audiences at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Mouthpiece is a harrowing, humorous, and heart-wrenching journey into a woman’s psyche. Interweaving a cappella harmony, dissonance, text, and physicality, it follows one woman for one day, as she tries to find her voice. Two performers express the inner conflict that exists in her head: the push and the pull, the past and the present, progress and regression.

Fri Feb 23
Market Hall 
8pm

The Wooden Sky

Sunday Feb. 25, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for The Wooden Sky on Sunday February 25 at the Market Hall at 8pm. Swimming in Strange Waters, the title of The Wooden Sky’s fifth full-length album is an abridged quote from Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi novel, Dune: “Survival is the ability to swim in strange water.” It’s a phrase that seems especially apt in 2017, as many of us are still reeling from the previous year. For Gavin Gardiner, the frontman of the Toronto-based indie rock band, the way to understand and reconcile these unknowns — from oil pipelines and refugee crises to his own family’s personal history— is through songwriting. The band (made up of Gardiner, multi-instrumentalists Simon Walker and Andrew Wyatt, violinist Edwin Huizinga and drummer Andrew Kekewich) started writing and recording demos in a small farmhouse in rural Quebec in January 2015, but then put them aside as they embarked on a year-long tour in support of their previous album, Let’s Be Ready. The resulting album is a sonic maelstrom that sees the band exploring unchartered waters, where textural psychedelia inspired by the Paisley Underground movement melds into quiet, acoustic cyclical guitar melodies. While Let’s Be Ready found the Wooden Sky writing a pure “rock and roll” album, Swimming in Strange Waters sees the band experimenting once again.

Sunday February 25
Market Hall
8pm

Downchild Blues Band

Friday Mar. 02, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Moondance now has tickets on sale for Downchild Blues Band at the Market Hall on Friday March 2 at 8pm. 
It’s tempting and not altogether far-fetched to apply an engine metaphor to the mighty Downchild, one of the planet’s foremost most fêted, longest-running blues outfits with quite possibly the best back story ever told. Roaring through bracing, high-octane performances since 1969, the band founded and continuously steered by harmonica and guitar ace Donnie “Mr. Downchild” Walsh is as vibrant today as when Dan Aykroyd and the late John Belushi were inspired by Downchild for their brilliant Blues Brothers venture back in the 1970s. The pair elevated Downchild’s “Shotgun Blues” and Walsh’s “(I Got Everything I Need) Almost” to smash status on their 1978 Briefcase Full of Blues record. Actually, the 2017 iteration of Downchild — with each member boasting a minimum of 20 years of service — might be the most electrifying yet. For proof, simply check out the sextet’s towering, lid-lifting, juke-joint jumping 18th studio album, Something I’ve Done, a bona fide group effort and a sonic highlight in a 50-year career spilling over with them.

Fri Mar 2
Market Hall
8pm