The week might just be getting started but all live music lovers of Regina need to kick things off in a high gear this Monday, April 23rd. Said the Whale, an acclaimed indie rock band from Vancouver with a devoted fan following, is rolling through town in support of their most recent album, “Little Mountain”.
Anyone who has witnessed this band perform their smooth and sunny tunes live before can probably recall the feeling generated by the show. I’ve seen them in concert twice and each time it felt like an invisible blanket of warmth spread out over the crowd and gently squeezed a little bit of happiness into each one of us. You might not dance up a storm but you’ll definitely be swaying and bopping back and forth in a way that’s usually reserved for nights out later in the week.
Tickets for this evening of fine Canadian music will be available at the doors of The Exchange – and at only $18 a pop it’s a steal of a deal. Oh No! Yoko and Chains of Love (both bands also hail from the west coast) are along for the ride and will be the cherry on top of a show that’s pretty much guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Doors open at 7:00 with the first band scheduled to hit the stage at 7:30.