Meghan Patrick, originally scheduled for Friday February 7, 2020 has been rescheduled to Friday May 1, 2020 at 7:30. 

There is no need to exchange your tickets for the new date, your seats and tickets will be honoured for the May 1 performance.  If you are unable to attend the new performance date, refunds are available through the Grand Theatre box office (up to one week before the performance) during regular hours, Monday-Saturday, Noon – 6 pm or call 613-530-2050 for more information.

Meghan wanted us to share a message from her to all of her fans.

Hey Guys,

I want to apologize to anyone who has been inconvenienced or disappointed by the date changes on my upcoming tour. I promise these changes are for a very good reason and we have some exciting announcements coming soon! In the meantime, I am so excited to share my new music on Friday, and look forward to seeing you all on these new dates! Thank you for your understanding, and thank you for your excitement about these upcoming shows!



We sincerely thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you on May 1st.

Grand Theatre Staff

With special guests Sons of Daughters.

Meghan Patrick
Two-time winner of the CCMA Female Artist of the Year award, Patrick embodies classic country with a flair all her own. An energetic performer, Patrick has collaborated with numerous country icons including Lady Antebellum, Kip Moore, Keith Urban, and Martina McBride. Think the free spirit of Emmylou Harris combined with the spark and sensuality of Tanya Tucker, and you begin to have some idea of what Meghan Patrick is all about.

Sons of Daughters
Sons of Daughters are a contemporary country duo comprised of Chrystal Leigh and Jimmy Thow, hailing from Vancouver, BC, now based in Nashville, Tennessee. They have been turning heads both north and south of the border. 

Their current single at Canadian country radio is “What If We Stay”. The catchy, mid-tempo ballad explores the idea of sticking it out in a relationship, even through the turmoil and challenges that may arise. 


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