Kasador to Open for Sam Roberts Band at Breakout Project Concert

Published on: 2017/05/09 - in Entertainment


Sam Roberts Band will be hitting the stage at a free concert this Friday, May 12 to close out The Breakout Project in Kingston’s Springer Market Square, where Kasador – the fan favorite 5-piece indie rock band from Kingston – will open at 8 pm.

Described as bringing “the energy of a party to the stage and into the audience”, Kasador (Will Hunter, Cam Wyatt, Boris Baker, Nick Babcock, Angus Fay) has appeared on concert bills alongside Walk Off The Earth, Lights, Arkells, July Talk, Wintersleep, U.S.S, and Current Swell.

Headlining Friday’s concert, Sam Roberts Band – winners of a 2004 Best Album Juno Award for We Were Born In A Flame– garnered their own Kingston area connection when they recorded their new album Terraform at The Tragically Hip’s studio, the Bathouse, just outside Kingston.

Concert-goers at The Breakout Project closing ceremonies, hosted in partnership with the City of Kingston,  can share their photos and videos using the hashtags #ygk and #thebreakoutproj.

The public is also invited to participate or attend The Breakout Project from May 10-12, 2017 in Kingston.

For more information visit www.thebreakoutproject.com.

According to City of Kingston

The following roads will be closed for this event:

• Market Street is closed on Thursday, May 11 at 8 a.m. until Saturday, May 13 at 8 a.m.
• King Street closed from Clarence to Brock on Friday, May 12 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
• Brock Street is closed from Ontario to King on Friday, May 12 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Regular weekday transit service will be available to those wishing to use Kingston Transit.

There will be an accessible drop-off area at the corner of Clarence and King streets. An accessible seating area and washroom will be located on the west side of King Street. An accessible drop-off location will be at the east end of Clarence Street by the King Street intersection.

Accessible parking will be available on King Street directly across from the Four Points Sheraton.

Lawn chairs will not be permitted in the Square.

Photo: Kasadorband.com