Sam Roberts Rocks Out In Niagara

By DANIEL KLIMITZ

Photo: JJ Thompson

The Sam Roberts Band kicked off Jackson Triggs’ summer concert series Saturday at the wine brand’s stunning Amphitheatre venue at their Niagara-on-the-Lake vineyard. The Canadian rocker played old classics and fan favourites hits including “Brother Down”  and “Bridge to Nowhere”.

Sam has previously revealed the band is already in the planning stages for their next album, which will follow up last year’s "Collider". The Montreal-born singer-songwriter was rockin' in a cool denim look and was overheard saying he couldn’t wait to spend Father’s Day with his two daughters Miriam, 4, Lucy, 2, and his son Ben, 1.

Photo: JJ Thompson

The venue is a hidden gem, so don’t miss out on the stellar line-up of solid Canadian talent!

Tickets are still available and range from $49-$99:

June 23 - Steven Page

June 30 - The Tragically Hip

July 7 - Johnny Clegg, in celebration of the 125th anniversary of the Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music

July 14 - Jarvis Church

July 20 - Arkells

July 21 - Adam Cohen with the Niagara Symphony

July 28 - Kathleen Edwards

August 17 - Chantal Kreviazuk

August 18 - Raine Maida

August 25 - Sarah Slean and Royah Wood with the Niagara Symphony

September 7 - David Usher