THE JIM CUDDY BAND - 9:15PM
The Arc Sound - 7:50PM
Drive in Doors - 7:00PM
A benefit for the Legendary Horseshoe Tavern - Made possible with the support of Ontario Creates
The Horseshoe Tavern presents Chill-O-Rama live from Toronto’s CityView Drive-In on July 15-17th, featuring performances by Jim Cuddy Band, Stars, The Skydiggers, The Sadies & Elliott Brood.
This weekend concert series will feature live band performances from the 238 foot stage at the City View Drive-in, with the Toronto skyline in the background. Experience a rock show live and in person safely from your car.
Can't make it to the drive-in? All shows will be live streamed through Vimeo. Livestream tickets are available at https://www.horseshoetavern.com/
All Drive in and livestream ticket holders will have access to watch a rebroadcast of the show for 10 days after the original event.
Chill-O-Rama is a benefit for the legendary Horseshoe Tavern. The series financially supports the bands, their crews, local technicians and videographers, and the venues, while the stage is dark and in lockdown, during a full year of COVID-19.
For more information about CityView Drive-in check out cityviewdrivein.com
Jim Cuddy has written many of the songs that have become indelible in the soundtrack of Canadian lives. With the release of his fifith solo album, Countrywide Soul, he continues to contribute to that extraordinary songbook and on this record, Jim continues to find new ways to balance personal reflection and plainspoken storytelling, remaining both intimate and accessible.
Both as a solo artist and as one of the creative forces in Blue Rodeo, Jim has received nearly every accolade Canada can bestow upon a musician including 15 JUNO Awards, The Order of Canada and, along with bandmates Blue Rodeo, has been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, received the Governor General Performing Arts Award and a Star on the Walk of Fame.
“I’ve always found fascination in the smallest details of human behavior,” says Cuddy of his songwriting. “It has been something that I look at and remember, whether it is the details of an exchange that I witnessed or an exchange that I have. Of course, as you get older there are bigger things that happen in your life that you realize you’ll never totally understand. There never seems to be a loss of things to write about.”