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SamaritanMag Spotlights Shawn Hook & Neon Dreams

“Reminding Me” singer Shawn Hook and “Marching Bands” EDM-pop act Neon Dreams will be touring together this fall on a 17-date Canadian tour, with a dollar from each ticket sale going to We Charity, formerly known as Free the Children.

SamaritanMag Spotlights Shawn Hook & Neon Dreams

By Karen Bliss

“Reminding Me” singer Shawn Hook and “Marching Bands” EDM-pop act Neon Dreams will be touring together this fall on a 17-date Canadian tour, with a dollar from each ticket sale going to We Charity, formerly known as Free the Children.  


They are calling it The Good Days Tour, which starts Oct. 16 in Montreal and ends in Surrey, BC, Nov. 10.

Hook and Neon Dreams dropped off Hedley’s 30-plus-date Cageless Tour earlier this year after allegations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct against the headliner surfaced on social media and were covered in news outlets.

“That moment can’t define us and I’m not going to let it define us,” Hook tells Samaritanmag.

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– Continue reading this feature and find out when this double-bill hits the boards in your hometown here.

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