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Walk off the Earth Concert Rescheduled to Accommodate Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals

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Walk off the Earth Concert Rescheduled to Accommodate Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals

Walk off the Earth – September 11 – Rescheduled to September 13

TORONTO – With the Toronto Raptors Game Six win, the Walk off the Earth with Harm & Ease concert at OLG Play Stage on Friday, September 11th has been rescheduled to accommodate the viewing of Game Seven of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals.

The Walk off the Earth concert on Friday, September 11th will now take place on Sunday, September 13th. Tickets for the original date of September 11th will remain valid for the September 13th show. No further action is required from ticketholders.

The additional Walk off the Earth concert on Saturday, September 12th will remain unaffected and will move forward as originally scheduled.

American Express® Experiences Concert Series Lineup:
September 11 – Walk off the Earth with Harm & Ease (SOLD OUT)Rescheduled to September 13
September 12 – Walk off the Earth with Harm & Ease
September 13 – Walk off the Earth with Harm & Ease (SOLD OUT) – Originally scheduled for September 11
September 16 – Big Wreck
September 17 – The Sheepdogs
September 20 – Brett Kissel (2 shows – 5:30 p.m. & 9 p.m.)
September 26 – Dean Brody with Sacha (2 shows – 4 p.m. & 8 p.m.)
September 30 – Sam Roberts Band with Ice Cream

For the safety of our fans and staff, no fan is permitted to leave their vehicle except for the use of the restroom facilities located on the property. Masks or appropriate face coverings must be worn outside of the vehicle and fans must abide by all social distancing guidelines. Tickets, frequently asked questions and more information are available at OLGPlayStage.com.

OLG Play Stage

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