Supercrawl Announces Bridgeworks Concert Series

Supercrawl announces a special free series of performance in downtown Hamilton, supported by sponsor TD Bank Group (TD). Taking place October through December, the concert dates will showcase marquee talents in an intimate performance series, limited to just 50 attendees per event, in a physically distanced seating plan inside the new Bridgeworks event space (Caroline St. N. at Barton St. W.). Each date will be a licensed/all-ages event. Most will feature separately ticketed showtimes: matinee (12-4pm*) and evening (6-10pm°). October through November dates in the series lineup are as follows:

  • Saturday October 10: Tim Baker + Nico Paulo *°  CANCELLED
  • Saturday November 7: iskwē + special guests *°
  • Friday November 13: Reclaiming Hamilton Author Talks (livestream only)
  • Saturday November 14: Reclaiming Hamilton Author Talks (livestream only)
  • Saturday November 21: Haviah Mighty + Nyssa *°
  • Saturday November 28: Ellevator + King Park *°

These licensed/all-ages events are free to attend, but audience capacity is extremely limited. The initial date in the series will be the first to release tickets, with initial events in the series to follow in the weeks ahead. The December run of events will be revealed at a later date. Limit of two ticket purchase per person.

Tickets for Tim Baker’s October 10 shows — matinee and evening — will be available exclusively through Eventbrite as of 10am EDT on Friday, October 2, 2020.

Future ticket release dates will be announced via Supercrawl’s social media accounts.

All seating is reserved in pre-assigned table configurations or two or four seats, and abides by physical distancing measures and additional event-based measures to reduce risk of viral spread.

Ticket purchases will be limited to one table per transaction, with all ticket holders at any given table required to be members of the same social circle. “Social circle” refers to the predetermined group of no more than ten (10) family members, roommates, and others who are able to socialize exclusively with one another while enjoying close physical contact. For more info on safe social circles, visit ontario.ca/socialcircles.

All buyers will be required to present government-issued photo ID upon entry to confirm identity.

Contact at entry has been minimized and alcohol-based hand sanitizer stations will be available. The event will feature a licensed bar with waitstaff service to minimize points of contact.

All ticket holders will receive a face mask upon entry. In accordance with City of Hamilton Bylaw 20-155, all attendees must wear a properly fitted face mask which covers the nose, mouth and chin except where medical conditions do not allow.

All attendees will be screened by questionnaire and touchless infrared thermometer prior to entry. Accessibility corridors have been provided to facilitate audience flow and safely allow entry and exit. Physical distancing measures will also be in place around access to public washrooms, along with enhanced cleaning and disinfection protocols. Ticket holders will be required maintain physical distancing protocols at all times by staying at least 2 metres (6.5 feet) apart from others outside their social circle.

Individuals will also be asked to self-assess on day of event and remain at home if they are experiencing COVID-19-consistent symptoms such as fever, dry cough, tiredness, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, sore throat, chest pain or pressure, loss of taste or smell, or aches and pains; please consult the Government of Ontario’s online self-assessment tool if in doubt. Those with symptoms, who have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, who have returned from travelling outside of Canada within 14 days of the event, or who have told to self-isolate, should not attend. Individuals should also consider downloading the Government of Canada’s free COVID Alert app to potentially alert of viral exposure before any symptoms appear.

Failure to abide by any event policies, above or onsite, will constitute a breach of terms and may result in removal from the event. Event subject to postponement if so mandated by public health authorities.

In June, Supercrawl festival organizers announced that they would be rescoping event programming in response to pandemic-related public health considerations. While the massive free event, which drew more than 250,000 fans in 2019, will not be taking place in 2020, organizers are producing this fall’s slate of special events in its place. Supercrawl Productions recently wrapped a sold-out weekend of open-air music as part of the six-show Skytop Live Concert Series, which ran September 24-27, 2020.

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