January 7th, 2021

SOLD OUT - LIVE! on Elgin Presents: Kasador

THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO HAS MANDATED THAT ALL GUESTS MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF HAVING HAD 2 APPROVED DOSES OF COVID-19 VACCINATION AT LEAST 14 DAYS PRIOR TO ATTENDING A PERFORMANCE.
LIVE! ON ELGIN WILL REQUIRE PROOF UPON ENTRY
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 22ND.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.

LIVE! on Elgin Presents: Season 2!

October 15th - March 26th at LIVE! on Elgin.
Presented with support from our partners:
Postering Ottawa, Collective Arts Brewing, & Loretta Media.
All Artwork Designed by Tina Wallace
This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.
Ce projet a été rendu possible en partie grâce au gouvernement du Canada.

Kasador with special guest No Hits

This Performance is now sold out. There will be no tickets available at the door.

Kasador:
Kingston rock outfit Kasador spent their early years cutting their teeth on the road before releasing their debut album ‘Brood & Bloom’ in October of 2019. They toured extensively in support of ‘Brood & Bloom’, over 70 shows spanning 6 provinces and 11 states, and played a sold-out home-town performance to 500 fans. The album’s title track reached #27 on Canadian Alternative radio charts, and #37 on Canadian Rock radio charts, making Kasador the only independent band on either chart at the time. The album received lots of positive press but, perhaps most notably, Alan Cross featured songs from the album on his “5 songs you must hear this week” three separate times before subsequently naming Kasador one of his four picks for “Canadian Rock Artists to Watch in 2020” on January 1, 2020.
Now, with a lineup change that has given the band a fresh new start, Kasador is comprised of Cam Wyatt, Boris Baker, Jonas Lewis-Anthony, and Stephen Adubofuor. With a new beginning the band have discovered they have a prolific songwriting bond, and they are preparing a new album that defines clearly to them what it is to be young in these complicated times. With lyrical content rooted in alienated youth, anxiety, fear of growing up, figuring out who you are, and wanting to connect to the outside world but not knowing how to, the band is aiming to connect with their peers like never before. The connective powers of music are what this band was founded on and will continue to hold dear.

No Hits:
Ottawa’s golden boys are back and ready to wow the world again.
No Hits has spent the covid months working hard on their forthcoming sophomore EP and are excited to showcase the new version of themselves to full audiences once again. Instagram/Twitter/Facebook: @nohitsmusic

This Performance is now sold out. There will be no tickets available at the door.

January 7th
7pm Doors // 8pm Show
Upstairs 220 Elgin Street