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DALLAS SMITH with special guest MADELINE MERLO!

DATE Sat December 31, 2022 Saturday 31 December 2022 Door Time: 9PM Show Time: 10:00 pm

General Admission (Standing) $79.99 (Plus HST and Service Fee)
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The Molson Canadian Centre at Casino New Brunswick presents Dallas Smith with Special Guest Madeline Merlo!

September 27, 2022 – Platinum selling Country star DALLAS SMITH “has blazed a path across genres in  Canadian music” (CBCMusic) for nearly two decades and fans continue to prove  they’ll follow him wherever he wants to go. On the heels of a career album  (Lifted) earning critical acclaim, commercial success including a multi-week #1  single and an armful of JUNO and CCMA Award wins and nominations, Smith  continues one of the most talked about journeys in Canadian country music with  the latest marker, his fourth #1 single “SKY STAYS THIS BLUE” from the 2017  JUNO Award nominated and CCMA Awards Album of the Year release “SIDE  EFFECTS” (604 Records) released September 2016.
On the edge of global superstardom, Smith is celebrating his 4th career #1 and  third consecutive chart topper (from the same album) with the soaring hit “Sky  Stays This Blue” on both the Nielsen BDS and Mediabase Country radio charts in  Canada. Appealing to audiences far beyond the boundaries with sonic layers and  a stadium sized voice, Smith not only claims his fourth #1 single at Country  radio in Canada, but becomes the FIRST CANADIAN ARTIST in both the Nielsen  BDS and Mediabase era, to have three consecutive #1 singles and ONLY Canadian  male Country artist to have four #1 singles. Smith is also the first Canadian male  Country artist to have three back to back #1 singles from the same album in both  the Nielsen BDS and Mediabase era.
Armed with one of the best voices in Country music, Smith has amassed  international appeal since making his country debut with Jumped Right In, a  project that netted a GOLD single, 5 CCMA Award nominations and a JUNO Award  nomination for Country Album of the Year. He followed with the infectious  Platinum-selling single “Tippin’ Point” and dominated the Canadian Country  charts with songs like “Lifted” and multi-week #1 hit “Wastin’ Gas.” The  Vancouver, British Columbia native is the only Canadian male country artist to  spend multiple weeks at the top of the Country Airplay Chart in the Nielsen BDS  era for single “Wastin’ Gas.” Piling on the accolades, Smith was the 2015 JUNO  Award winner for Country Album of the Year (LIFTED), and the CCMA Award  winner for Album of the Year (LIFTED). He picked up the 2017 CCMA  Awards for Top Selling Canadian Country Album, Album of the Year (Side  Effects), and Single of the Year (Autograph).

As an artist, Vancouver-native Madeline Merlo personifies her coastal upbringing – and nothing states that case stronger than the laid back, seemingly effortless feel to her sound. With fresh, fun and, occasionally, quirky melodies, and an unmatched depth in both vocals and lyrical storytelling, her music bridges the perfect pop-country gap. “I want people to have fun when they listen to my music… But I also want to be able to say something at the same time.” Madeline has already seen an impressive career, releasing a series of successful singles to Canadian country radio –  including debut “Sinking Like A Stone,” “War Paint,” “Whatcha Wanna Do About It,” “Neon Love,” “Dear Me,” and her most recent country radio Top 15 hit, “Kiss Kiss.” On April 13, 2020, Merlo appeared on hit NBC show Songland, where her song “Champagne Night” was chosen by 7-time GRAMMY® Award-winning group Lady A. The trio released the “summertime anthem” (Country Now) digitally the next day, making it the singer-songwriter’s first cut. “Champagne Night” has since topped the US country radio charts, making it Lady A’s 11th number one. Social media platform TikTok helped Merlo’s current single “It Didn’t” reach Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough 25 chart last month. The song is available on all platforms now.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT DURING YOUR NEXT VISIT AT THE MOLSON CANADIAN CENTRE

COVID-19 POLICIES

The Government of N.B. has removed all remaining COVID-19 mandatory measures as of  Monday, March 14th, 2022 therefore there are currently NO LONGER ANY RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE with regards to Covid-19 at the MOLSON CANADIAN CENTRE.

Vaccination: proof of vaccination to gain entry into the MOLSON CANADIAN CENTRE IS NO LONGER REQUIRED.

Masks: Masks ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED while inside the venue however patrons are more than welcome to still wear a mask if they wish.