Jamaican dancehall, hip hop and reggae artiste, Sean Paul, will conduct his first tour for 2016 between March 11 and 30 in Canada.
The tour dates and places where Sean Paul will perform include: Videotron Centre on March 11; Rousseau Arena, Boisbriand on March 12; Olympia Theatre, Montreal in Quebec City on March 13; Orchid Nightclub, Toronto on March 15; Club 77, Hamilton on March 16; Guelph on March 17, London Music Hall, London on March 18; Roxy’s & Tonic Nightclub, Thunder Bay on March 20 in Ontario; Reign Nightclub, Winnipeg on March 22; Houston’s Nightclub, Brandon in Monitoba on March 23; O’Brian’s Event Centre on March 25; Conexus Arts Centre, Regina in Saskatchewan on March 26; Cowboy’s Nightclub, Calgary on March 27; Ranch Roadhouse in Edmonton on March 28 and Club NV in Fort McMurray in, Alberta on March 30.
“We’ve enjoyed working with Sean Paul for years and are thrilled to bring him back to Canada,” explained PDP Entertainment Group Representative, Pratik Ruparell.
According to the globetrotting star, he is excited about this upcoming tour. He said he always looks forward to performing for Canadians, because they understand the positive messages he tries to communicate through his music, and the settings at the upcoming locations will allow him to literally touch his fans.
“I have always had a great time in Canada. I have family there. In addition to that, they were the first international territory to big
up my career before I broke internationally with songs such as Gimme The Light in 2002,” Sean Paul said in a recent interview.
He further stated that Canada was like a second home to him. In 2002, it was the country where he began working extensively
with a team of producers and choreographers from Toronto, namely Jae Blaze and Blaze Entertainment. They assisted him greatly in getting his singles globally recognized.
Sean Paul performed at the Montreal International Reggae Festival and Toronto Reggae Festival in August 2014. He recently participated in the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21/CMP11) in Paris
which featured world leaders and environmental activists from around the world.
Before touring Canada, Sean Paul will perform in Tel Aviv, Israel on January 23, 2016.