BAND DONATES 100% OF MERCHANDISE SALES
In 2019, Our Lady Peace relaunched their iconic music festival, Summersault, nearly two decades after its last tour. Joined by fellow ‘90s alt-rock heroes, Bush, and Live, along with performances by Dear Rouge and Human Kebab, the festival toured from Quebec City to Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto.
Thursday, Our Lady Peace will premiere live concert footage from last summer’s Summersault shows. This particular performance was shot primarily at the Ottawa festival stop, which took place on September 13, 2019. In celebration of the release, and in support of some of those most vulnerable during the COVID-19 crisis, the band will be donating 100% of proceeds from their merchandise sales, over the following 72 hours, to FeedingAmerica.org and FoodbanksCanada.ca.
“In these uncertain times, local foodbanks are on the front lines providing meals for the vulnerable. As part of our Summersault 2019 live concert release, we are donating 100% of all proceeds from our merchandise store to FeedingAmerica.org andFoodbanksCanada.ca, for the next 72 hours. If you can support, please do. Appreciate you.” – Our Lady Peace
Summersault Festival was first launched in 1998 and included performances from Our Lady Peace, Moist, I Mother Earth, Sloan, Esthero and Treble Charger, at Molson Park in Barrie, ON. In 2000, Summersault returned with a national tour that included performances from Our Lady Peace, The Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, A Perfect Circle, The Catherine Wheel, Treble Charger, Eve 6, Sum 41 and Deftones.
Consisting of Raine Maida, Duncan Coutts and Steve Mazur, Our Lady Peace is one of the most successful bands in Canada today. The band has sold over five million albums worldwide, won four JUNO Awards and ten Much Music Video Awards – one of the most MMVA’s ever awarded to any artist or group. The band released their ninth studio album, Somethingness, in 2018.
OUR LADY PEACE SET LIST – SUMMERSAULT – SEPTEMBER 13, 2019
Hiding Place for Hearts
One Man Army
Do You Like IT
Is Anybody Home?
Somewhere Out There
Drop Me in the Water
Ballad of a Poet
Naveed (with Dear Rouge)