Stars - Livestream

Stars - Livestream

Friday, July 16, 2021
7:38 pm
7:00 pm
All Ages
Horseshoe Tavern
$13.50 - $22.50
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Stars - 9:15PM
Ellis - 8:00PM

What time is the livestream?
Ellis hit the stage at 8:00 PM EST and Stars are on at 9:15PM. Ticket holders will be able to see the stream link at 7:30 PM, we recommend logging in before the event starts.

What platform are you using? We'll be streaming through Vimeo, but the stream will be hosted on Showclix.

How do I access the livestream? Log into your Showclix account, select the ticket in your account to enter the livestream.

I bought multiple tickets for friends; how do they access it? Log into your account and you’ll see multiple links and unique codes. Share each unique log in link and code with your friends.

Will I be able to watch the livestream after it's aired? Yes! The rebroadcast will be available to all ticket holders for 10 days after the original stream.

Help! I don’t see the stream when I log in! If you're having trouble seeing the video stream, please log out of Showclix and log back in.

If you're still unable to view the stream or have any questions, please email shows@collectiveconcerts.com


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

STARS have made their career telling the tales we keep in the darkest, and most hopeful parts of our souls. Delivering the hard and soft edges of life and love as only this band can, they returned with two new tracks Privilege and We Called It Love.

From the reflective beauty of Amy Millan’s vocal in Privilege “never got what you want, never got it” to Torquil Campbell’s contemplative and contrary, “I don’t believe that people change…but I’ve changed” on We Called It Love, Stars return time and again to comfort and reassure us that within the experience of failure and fucking up is the path to a life well lived.

A collective band statement notes, “We’re back! We have a new album. It was recorded in Montreal and Connecticut with the great producer, Peter Katis. We love him and thank him for being there for us. It’s our first with our friends at Last Gang. We made this record for ourselves, for our kids, and for you. And we are so happy and grateful that you’re still listening to our music.”

With approaching 20 years as a band and a storied album catalogue spanning 2001’s Nightsongs, the romantic upheaval of 2003’s Heart and 2004’s Set Yourself On Fire, 2007’s In Our Bedroom After the War, the downcast elegies of 2010’s The Five Ghosts, the rejuvenation of 2012’s The North and sub-base, dance club infused No One Is Lost in 2014, Stars continue to prove themselves some of the finest musical storytellers in the country, moving through life with their fans.

Stars now returns with their 8th full-length release “There Is No Love In Fluorescent Light”, out now via Last Gang Records worldwide.

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