Our Lady Peace – Stop Making Stupid People Famous Tour

with The Thieves About

Our Lady Peace – Stop Making Stupid People Famous Tour

Sun Dec 5

Our Lady Peace – Stop Making Stupid People Famous Tour

with The Thieves About

Doors: 7:00 pm
Start: 8:00 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$35-$38
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Genre: rock


Ticket Price: $35 advanced / $38 day of show / $62 reserved loft seating (available over the phone or in person at out box office)


There are No Refunds or Exchanges on tickets once purchased.

Our Lady Peace

Consisting of Raine Maida, Duncan Coutts, Jason Pierce, and Steve Mazur, Our Lady Peace is one of Canada's most successful bands. They have toured the world and sold over 5 million albums, won four JUNO Awards and ten Much Music Video Awards.

In 2020, OLP and their fans celebrated the 20th anniversary of their critically acclaimed "Spiritual Machines" which arguably is one of the most influential Canadian Alt-Rock albums of the 2000's as it firmly re-established OLP as the dominant force in ModernRock.

2021 continues the celebration of "Spiritual Machines" with the release of "Spiritual Machines 2" produced by Dave Sitek (TV on the Radio) and featuring once again audio clips from Ray Kurzweil (Futurist/Author). A return to form both musically and lyrically as OLP embraces their early guitar-driven, rhythmic roots, and cryptic lyrics.

Their single “Stop Making Stupid People Famous” featuring Pussy Riot is now available on all streaming platforms

The Thieves About

J Scott Gavin – Vocals/Guitar
Brian Ulery – Drums
John Reikes – Guitar
Andrew Williams – Bass/Vocals


The Thieves About don’t pretend to be anything but a high energy rock band.

Born on the West Coast in San Diego in late 2017, The Thieves About brings a ‘90s inspired guitar-driven feel to original modern rock. The band’s four members — J Scott Gavin (vocals and guitar), Brian Ulery (drums), John Reikes (guitar), and Andrew Williams (bass) — music is ‘’an intriguing mix of the sublime, if not quite ridiculous then certainly unpretentious and gloriously dumb in the smartest of ways,” according to 369 Media. Listeners might be reminded of past and current heroes like Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World, and Sponge.

Soon after getting together, the band released their self-titled debut EP. Bridging the gap between rock's past and present, the band cut their teeth on stages all over Southern California and the Phoenix Metropolitan area. Their sophomore effort, The Chaos Theory EP, followed in the summer of 2019, with the single “Hurricane” immediately receiving airplay on Southern California radio stations.

The summer of 2020 saw the release of A Joyful Terrorizing Ride. The band’s third EP brings their edgiest sound to date, while still including some the softer moments fans have come to embrace. The EP’s first track “Hurt Me Sometimes” was picked up by European rock radio and continues to be the band’s most successful single.

With the future of live music and touring looking brighter and brighter, The Thieves About are absolutely ecstatic to welcome fans back to in person rock shows! In the meantime, look for their music and videos on all major streaming platforms.