Steve Miller Band Headed to Windsor, Kemptville, Hamilton and Orillia on 2020 Tour

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Steve-Miller-BandClassic rockers the Steve Miller Band are headed to Ontario as part of their 40-date Americana Tour in 2020. Starting June 13 in Austin, TX, two days after Miller is inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in New York. Ending on September 4 in Puyallup, WA, the tour heads to Caesars Windsor on July 23, Kemptville on July 25, FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton on July 26 and Casino Rama in Orillia on July 28. Matthew Curry, a 24-year-old blues guitarist from Bloomington, IL, will open the Ontario shows.

The last 12 months was one for the record books for Miller. Miller released his second volume box set of collected vinyl, as well as the acclaimed Welcome to the Vault box set. He performed live in over 50 cities, played “Fly Like an Eagle” with The Roots on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, did two nights at Jazz at Lincoln Center performing Cannonball Adderley and the Blues and had seven instruments on display at the record breaking Play It Loud exhibit at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Steve Miller Band was formed in 1967 in San Francisco during the height of the psychedelic scene that was happening at the time. Throughout their 45-year career, Steve Miller Band are known for massive hits like “Fly Like An Eagle”, “The Joker”, “Swingtown”, “Take The Money And Run”, “Rock’n Me”, “Jet Airliner”, “Abracadabra”, and “Jungle Love”.

Tickets are on sale at the usual outlets for all shows except Caesars Windsor, which will make an announcement soon.

Additional Canadian shows will take place out west in late summer.

Steve Miller Band 2020 Canadian Tour Dates

  • July 23   – Windsor, ON – Caesars Windsor
  • July 25   – Kemptville, ON – Kemptville Live
  • July 26   – Hamilton, ON – First Ontario Centre
  • July 28   – Orillia, ON – Casino Rama Resort
  • August 29 – Calgary, AB – Scotiabank Saddledome
  • August 30 – Edmonton, AB – Rogers Place
  • September 1 – Victoria, BC – Save On Foods Centre
  • September 2 – Vancouver, BC – Pacific National Exhibition
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