Luke Wallace: Wet’suwet’en solidarity tour

We’re thrilled to announce a series of five concerts coming up in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land protectors, with our favourite folking singer-songwriter Luke Wallace.

Bringing the energy and passion of a troubadour together with a sharp, political message Luke has captivated audiences at Salmon Arm Roots and Blues, Vancouver Island Music Festival, The Vancouver Folk Festival and beyond.

Don’t miss this tour! Proceeds go to RAVEN’s Stand strong for Wet’suwet’en Yintah campaign: raising funds for legal challenges to defend Indigenous rights and future generations against devastating climate change.


March 13 – White Rock – Islands Cafe – 7pm – $10
Comox – Little Red Church – 7pm – $15
March 22 – Salt Spring Island – Bullock Lake Farm 2pm – $15
March 25 – Victoria – Victoria Events Centre – 7pm $15
April 2 – Nanaimo – The White Room – $15 – 7pm
April 12 – Galiano Island – South Hall – 7pm – $15

About the Artist:

Luke Wallace embodies a new wave of politically charged folk music, writing the soundtrack for a movement of people rising up to meet the social and environmental challenges of our times. The new album “What on Earth”, released in March 2020 will be Luke Wallace’s 5th album release. You can find Luke at folk festivals all over the West Coast or leading rally-sing-a-longs at Canada’s biggest Youth Climate Marches. Known for his catchy songwriting and inspiring musical delivery, Luke continues using his music to amp up and inspire the folks fighting for a better world.

To listen to the new album, and see a complete list of shows that are part of Luke’s album release tour, visit


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