Horseshoe Tavern Adds Hawksley Workman to "Hootenanny" Livestream Series, Kinaxis InConcert Welcomes Fast Romantics and Zeus

The legendary Toronto venue readies two new livestream events
Horseshoe Tavern Adds Hawksley Workman to 'Hootenanny' Livestream Series, Kinaxis InConcert Welcomes Fast Romantics and Zeus
The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern has announced the latest edition of its ongoing "Hootenanny" livestream series, welcoming singer-songwriter, author and producer Hawksley Workman, as well as Fast Romantics and Zeus to the Lee's Palace stage this May. 
 
On May 1, watch Workman perform hits and singles from his catalogue of 15 solo releases live from Lee's stage. Showcasing his signature spectrum of sonic influence, from cabaret to electro-pop to anthemic rock and plenty in between, this performance is one you don't want to miss. Tickets for his livestream are available here.

UPDATE (6/14, 2:50 p.m. ET): The Horseshoe "Hootenanny" livestream series has been updated in accordance with Ontario's COVID-19 gathering restrictions. The new schedule is below.

The Trews - July 3
Birds of Bellwoods - July 23
Julian Taylor - July 24
Shaun Majumder - August 6
Zeus & Possum - August 6 (Possum has replaced Fast Romantics)
Serlin Greaves - August 12
Hawksley Workman - August 12
Terra Lightfoot - August 13


Kinaxis InConcert will bring Fast Romantics and Zeus to Lee's for another livestream event on May 22.

Blurring the lines between modern indie-rock, classic pop, and rock n' roll for some time, Fast Romantics have carved their own unique path to radio success. Their breakthrough single "Julia" climbed the radio charts on both sides of the border, eventually earning the group the SOCAN national songwriting prize in 2016. 

Tickets to watch Fast Romantics and Zeus are available here

In addition to Horseshoe Tavern's newly announced "Hootenanny" livestreams, the venue has rescheduled three of its previously announced concerts. Birds of Bellwoods' "Hootenanny" will now take place on June 18, Trews' livestream performance has been moved to June 6 and Danny Michel's performance has been cancelled due to Ontario's new COVID-19 gathering restrictions. 

For further information on the Horseshoe "Hootenanny" livestream series, and to check out upcoming performances, head to the Horseshoe Tavern's website.