Brett Kissel Announces Part 2 of Historic We Were That Song Tour

Brett Kissel – the reigning CCMA Male Artist of the Year – has announced Part 2 of his historic “We Were That Song” tour beginning in September (see full list of dates below).

Canadian music’s most extensive tour has already seen Kissel perform 50+ shows across Canada from January to March of this year. But fans in communities reached out and wanted more! Now, for the first time in recent memory, a Canadian tour will be truly “Nationwide”, with every province and every territory hosting a Brett Kissel concert!

Brett Kissel Performance

“My goal for this tour was to play for as many fans as possible. I was so thankful with the response my team got from cities and towns across Canada. Unfortunately, we just didn’t have enough time to fit all the dates into my schedule,” said Kissel. “I told my agent ‘we just have to organize Part 2 of this tour for the Fall’ so we can hit all the spots we missed in the first quarter of 2018. It seems like we’ve now made this one of, if not the most extensive tours in Canadian music history!”

Brett received the CIMA Road Gold Award for Part 1 of the Canadian tour earlier this year, recognizing a high level of achievement during a touring period, which sits on Kissel’s mantle beside his most recent gold single, “Cool With That”, which was certified Gold while on tour.

Last month, Brett released his new single “Guitars and Gasoline” to country radio, with an entertaining music video released to YouTube  which was captured entirely during the We Were That Song Tour Part 1.



Country newcomer Dan Davidson, who joined Brett on the road for many of his tour dates earlier this year, will join Kissel again as a special guest on select dates on Part 2.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Tuesday, June 26th at 10am local in all markets. Visit or for more ticket information. More dates will be announced in the coming weeks.

We Were That Song PART 2 tour dates:

  • September 19 – Yukon Arts Centre – Whitehorse, YT
  • September 22 – Midnight Sun Complex – Inuvik, NT
  • September 28 – Iqaluit Legion – Iqaluit, NU
  • September 30 – Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC
  • October 1 – Centre Multifonctionnel – Saint-Ephrem de Beauce, QC
  • October 3 – Confederation Arts Centre – Charlottetown, PEI
  • October 4 – Capitol Theatre – Moncton, NB
  • October 5 – Fredericton Playhouse – Fredericton, NB
  • October 6 – Imperial Theatre – Saint John, NB
  • October 8 – Civic Centre – Port Hawkesbury, NS
  • October 9 – Savoy Theatre – Glace Bay, NS
  • October 12 – Arts & Cultural Centre – Corner Brook, NL
  • October 13 – Arts & Cultural Centre – Gander, NL
  • October 16 – Aultsville Theatre – Cornwall, ON
  • October 18 – Dottori Hall – Temiscaming, QC
  • October 19 – Brockville Arts Centre – Brockville, ON
  • October 20 – Charles W Stockey Centre – Parry Sound, ON
  • October 21 – Legacy Theatre – Huntsville, ON
  • October 29 & 30 – Seven Generations – Kenora, ON
  • November 13 – Coast Kamloops Theatre – Kamloops, BC
  • November 14 & 15 – Cariboo Memorial Recreation Centre – Williams Lake, BC
  • November 16 & 17 – Prince George Playhouse – Prince George, BC
  • November 18 – Della Herman Theatre – Smithers, BC
  • November 19 – Mount Elizabeth Theatre – Kitimat, BC
  • Novvember 21 – R.E.M. Lee Theatre – Terrace, BC
  • November 26 – Frank Venables Theatre – Oliver, BC
  • November 27 – Kelowna Community Theatre – Kelowna, BC

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