Sam Roberts Band will be playing Springer Market Square, May 12 at 8:00pm as part of The Breakout Project, happening May 10 – 12 at Fort Henry. The concert is presented by the City of Kingston and is free and open to the public.
The Breakout Project is Canada’s biggest social innovation event purposefully designed to scale world-changing projects.
With thousands of attendees, renowned speakers, a new online collaboration platform and a series of engagement strategies, this event is designed to bring the resources together to transition social innovation projects from ideation to measured impact within just 365 days.
10 Teams, 10 World Changing Projects, Thousands of Supporters
Sam Roberts Band are a Montreal-based touring rock band who after six JUNO Awards and five MuchMusic Video Awards, the band has implanted itself on the Canadian Music scene with ease.
Winners of the 2004 Best Album Juno Award for We Were Born In A Flame, Sam Roberts Band is an ideal choice for The Breakout Project thanks in large part to their universal, cross-disciplinary appeal. In a remarkable coincidence, the new album Terraform was recorded near Kingston, at The Tragically Hip’s studio, the Bathouse.
It is a perfect matching with The Breakout Project, because just like them, the album reaches high to become far greater than the sum of its individual elements.
For more information visit: https://www.thebreakoutproject.com/