**NOTE: There is a $10 Domes admission Friday & Saturday night starting at 7pm. Must be age of majority (19 years of age) to enter the Domes/Beer Garden on Friday & Saturday night**
Tyler Joe Miller 10:30 – midnight
Signed to MDM Recordings Inc. in 2019, Surrey, BC’s Tyler Joe Miller quickly began to make a name for himself in Canadian country music and continues his meteoric rise with the release of his latest single ‘Wild As Her’. After releasing his gold-certified debut single, ‘Pillow Talkin’’ at the end of 2019, the catchy tune quickly earned him the title of iHeartRadio Future Star and became his first #1 single at Canadian country radio. What followed was an unprecedented and record-breaking climb with follow-up single ‘I Would Be Over Me Too’, which steadily rose on the charts and earned Miller the distinction as the first
independent Canadian country artist to reach #1 at radio with their first two singles. His debut
EP Sometimes I Don’t, But Sometimes I Do has amassed over 20 million combined streams to
date, with sophomore single ‘Fighting’ hitting the Top 10 and title-track ‘Sometimes I Do’
reaching the Top 5 respectively. Most recently, Miller was named SiriusXM’s 2021 Top of the
Country winner and was nominated for four 2021 CCMA Awards including “Album of the Year”,
“Male Artist of the Year”, “Rising Star”, and “Fan’s Choice”
Check out: https://tylerjoemiller.com/site.php/
Chris Labelle 9:00-010:00 pm
Former lead singer of River Town Saints, Chris Labelle is no stranger to musical success. With multiple songs that hit Top 10, Top 20 and Top 30 on the Canadian country music charts, Chris is back and excited to share his new music!
The pandemic may have put a hold on live shows, but it didn’t stop Chris from continuing to write and create great new music. Chris’ hit, “Frontliners”, went viral and brought people across Canada together during a very difficult time.
The ultimate “guy’s guy”, Chris loves sports and making good music. He’s always laughing and having a good time, and his fun-loving and charismatic energy resonates with fans, on and off stage.