Multi-Platinum award-winning country star Dallas Smith celebrated his third consecutive win for ‘Entertainer of the Year’ at the 2021 CCMA Awards last night in London, Ontario. Smith, nominated for five CCMA Awards during the evening, took home three, including Entertainer of the Year, Male Artist of the Year and Single of the Year, adding to his second consecutive win for Top Selling Canadian Album of the Year presented by Music Canada during Sunday night’s CCMA Music Industry Gala Awards.
Marking his return to the CCMA Awards live stage since co-hosting the show in 2019, Smith debuted his brand-new single “Hide From A Broken Heart” with one of the evening’s most anticipated performances. “I want to thank everyone for doing what they needed to do to get people in a building again to bring this genre and live music back to life,” said Smith during his acceptance for Entertainer of the Year. “This is the icing on the cake to a weekend spent with country music fans and my peers in person.”
Other CCMA 2021 winners included: Tenille Townes – Female Artist Of Year – Album Of Year `The Lemonade Stand; Group/Duo Of Year – The Reklaws- Rising Star Winner – Robyn Ottolini and Fan’s Choice – Brett Kissel.
Smith’s huge night follows the announcement earlier this month of his 2022 Some Things Never Change Tour kicking off May 24 with James Barker Band & special guest Meghan Patrick plus Shawn Austin, Jojo Mason, Kelly Prescott, & Manny Blu.
Visit www.DallasSmithmusic.com to purchase tickets. $2.50 will be added to the cost of each ticket to go towards Canadian mental health charities and services, on behalf of the Lifted Dallas Smith Charitable Foundation – a non-profit organization committed to ensuring that mental health services are accessible to anyone and everyone in need.
|SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE 2022 TOUR DATES:|
|*w/special guest Meghan Patrick|
5/24 – Westoba Place at the Keystone Centre – Brandon, MB*
5/25 – Canada Life Centre – Winnipeg, MB*
5/26 – SaskTel Centre – Saskatoon, SK*
5/27 – Brandt Centre – Regina, SK*
5/28 – Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB*
5/30 – Bonnett’s Energy Centre – Grande Prairie, AB*
5/31 – CN Centre – Prince George, BC*
6/6 – ENMAX Centre – Lethbridge, AB*
6/9 – Community Auditorium – Thunder Bay, ON
6/10 – Sudbury Arena – Sudbury, ON
6/14 – Mary Brown’s Centre – St. John’s, NL
6/16 – Centre 200 – Sydney, NS
6/17 – TD Station – Saint John, NB
6/18 – Community Credit Union Arena – Truro, NS
6/22 – Meridian Centre – St Catharines, ON
6/23 – Start.ca Performance Stage at Budweiser Gardens – London, ON
6/24 – The Aud – Kitchener, ON
6/25 – Memorial Centre – Peterborough, ON
6/27 – The Arena at TD Place – Ottawa, ON
6/28 – Leon’s Centre – Kingston, ON
6/29 – Sarnia Sports & Entertainment Centre – Sarnia, ON
6/30 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, ON