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Brand New Track Out Today – Stadium Pow Wow ft. Black Bear

Brand New Track Out Today – Stadium Pow Wow ft. Black Bear

Hey friends!

Big news for us! We have a brand new single out today that we premiered onFADER yesterday. It’s called Stadium Pow Wow and we sure hope it will lift you up! Whether you want to download it or stream it, please go check it out, support and spread the word! Let us know what you think via FacebookTwitter or Instagram. Shout out to Black Bear from Manawan for these incredible vocals!

We really enjoy using Spotify to listen to music and we created our own playlist recently:

“Music That Inspires Us” playlist:

“Latest from A Tribe Called Red” playlist:

If you are a Spotify user, follow us and check out the playlists to stay up to date with our music!


Lastly, we’re going to be touring in different parts of Canada this summer! So if you’re in Canada, there’s a good chance that we will be playing close to your location! Check out our summer tour dates below and if you need more information head to our website:

06/25 | Aboriginal Day Live – The Forks | Winnipeg, MB (FREE)

06/26 | Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival | Ottawa, ON (FREE)

07/09 | Phillips Backyard Weekender | Victoria, BC (Tickets)

07/15 | Folk on the Rocks Music Festival | Yellowknife, NWT (Tickets)

07/23 | Way Home Festival | Oro-Medonte, ON (Tickets)

07/31 | The Banff Centre – Shaw Amphitheatre | Banff, AB (Tickets)

08/15 | Festival Acadie Rock – Riverfront Park | Moncton, NB (FREE)

08/18 | Boyce Farmers Market | Fredericton, NB

08/19 | The Marquee Ballroom | Halifax, NS

08/20 | 2016 Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Summer Games | Membertou, NS (FREE)

08/31 | Pacific National Exhibition | Vancouver, BC (FREE with gate admission)


​Talk to you soon!

A Tribe Called Red​

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