Three-time JUNO award nominee Don Amero presents his upcoming Amero Little Christmas Tour. What is typically a sold out, one-night performance in Don’s hometown of Winnipeg, Amero Little Christmas 2018 has grown into a full 13-date tour, starting off in Calgary, AB and finishing in Winnipeg, MB on December 15th.
Don recently released his sixth album, Evolution, produced by Bart McKay (Gord Bamford, Brett Kissel) and followed the release with a cross-Canada tour. Amero also played several successful shows during Country Music Week in Hamilton, ON including the prestigious Canadian Country Music Industry Awards Industry Luncheon at the Hamilton Convention Centre where he performed “Church” with the Roseau Community Choir.
Amero Little Christmas Tour dates:
November 24 – Calgary, AB – SCA Community Centre
November 25 – Slave Lake, AB – Slake Lake Legacy Centre
December 1 – Spruce Grove, AB – Horizon Stage
December 2 – Settler, AB – Settler Performing Arts Centre
December 3 – Lloydminster, AB – Vic Juba Community Theatre
December 5 – Brooks, AB – Griffin Park School
December 6 – Medicine Hat, AB – Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
December 7 – Camrose, AB – Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre
December 9 – Brandon, MB – West Manitoba Centennial Auditorium
December 10 – Neepawa, MB – Roxy Theatre
December 13 – Souris, MB – Avalon Theatre
December 14 – Pinewa, MB – Pinewa Community Centre
December 15 – Winnipeg, MB – West End Cultural Centre
An engaging storyteller and sought-after performer, Don has been touring and speaking all across Canada for the last 10 years. Raised in the notoriously tough north end of Winnipeg and overcame poverty, drugs and violence to pursue his passion for music. His five previous albums have generated eleven national and international awards, including JUNO nominations in 2013 and 2016 for Aboriginal Album of the Year and Adult Contemporary Album. Don has previously collaborated with Country star Brett Kissel on the single “Rebuild This Town” for National Aboriginal Day, followed by a tour in aboriginal communities.