Tomato Tomato – POSTPONED

  • April 16, 2020
    8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Due to these unprecedented and uncertain times, Tomato Tomato have postponed their April 16 visit to The Carleton.

As soon as new dates are scheduled, we will contact all guests with the option to hold your tickets (guaranteed entry!) or receive a full refund.


New Brunswick’s beloved, genre-defying duo, Tomato Tomato, return to Halifax for a performance at The Carleton on Thursday, April 16th. Show time is a civilized 8 PM and advanced tickets are $15 or you can pay $18 at the door. We suggest option number 1!

Hang onto your hats because this genre-bending power duo is ready to take you on a ride! Tomato/Tomato perform an eclectic mix of folk and country that will have you rolling down your windows and singing at the top of your lungs. Their live show includes jaw dropping multitasking, dynamic guitar arrangements, and soaring vocal harmonies. Stitch these elements together with compelling, heartfelt songwriting and you have an unforgettable musical experience.

Having recently returned from their third tour of Australia, the past few years have been a whirlwind for Mr. and Mrs. Tomato. They have played many shows across Canada including performances at the Vancouver and Regina Folk Festivals as well as the National Arts Centre while also maintaining a busy international touring schedule. The band has been honoured with nominations for Contemporary Folk Album of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards, and Songwriter of the Year and Group Recording of the Year at the East Coast Music Awards. To top things off, they won awards for both Group Recording of the Year and SOCAN Song of the Year at the Music/Musique New Brunswick Awards.

Canary in a Coal Mine has reached #1 on Earshot’s folk/roots/blues charts and has been added to official playlists on Spotify. Whether you say “Tom-ay-to” or “Tom-ah-to” – this high energy duo will have you stomping your feet, clapping your hands, and playing your air washboard with reckless abandon! With their new record, Canary in a Coal Mine being their fourth album in five years, Tomato/Tomato is always sure to be cooking up something fresh.