Scott Helman Announces Cross-Canada Spring Tour

Following his European tour with Vance Joy, the Toronto pop artist has mapped out a headlining Canadian tour of clubs and concert halls, beginning Feb. 26 in Winnipeg.

Scott Helman Announces Cross-Canada Spring Tour

By FYI Staff

Following his European tour with Vance Joy and a headlining club tour of the Northeast US, Scott Helman has announced the dates for his upcoming headlining tour of Canada. The tour begins Feb. 26 in Winnipeg and is highlighted by his hometown show at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on March 29.  As a prelude to the tour, he will headline a show at the River Run Centre in Guelph, Ontario on Feb. 1. 

In a Warner Music Canada press release, Helman delivers a message to his Canadian fans: “Hey everyone. I’m very excited to announce my next Canadian tour.  It’s been too long since I’ve seen all of you, and I’m so excited to spend a night with you. I haven’t been home since my Hang Ups EP was released, and I’m so excited to come back home and play these new songs, along with some old ones. See u all soon!!!!!!!!! xo “


Helman is currently enjoying radio and streaming success with his latest single, “Hang Ups.” The track has climbed into the Top 20 at Pop radio in Canada, is a Top 30 song on Shazam and has already received over 3 million streams. Scott Helman videos have been viewed over 9 million times on YouTube.

Scott Helman Canadian tour

2/1         Guelph - River Run Centre

2/26       Winnipeg - The Garrick

2/28       Saskatoon - Louis’

3/5         Calgary - The Palace

3/9         Edmonton - The Starlite Room

3/13       Victoria - Distrikt

3/14       Vancouver - Vogue Theatre

3/19       Ottawa - Algonquin Commons

3/20      Montreal - L’Astral

3/28       London - London Music Hall

3/29       Toronto - Danforth Music Hall

3/30       Waterloo - Maxwell’s Concerts and Events

4/4         St Catharine’s - The Warehouse

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