RIA MAE with RALPH and a special appearance by NEON DREAMS
November 30 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm| $29.50
Ria Mae (The singer-songwriter from Halifax, NS) has had an exceptional few years, and she keeps the momentum going with “Thoughts on Fire”, the fourth single off her self-titled debut album. The song has already received over 4 million streams globally on Spotify.
“Thoughts on Fire” follows up the hits “Ooh Love,” “Gold” and her enormously successful debut single “Clothes Off” which hit Top 10 at HOT AC Radio, was certified Platinum in Canada, streamed over 5 million times on Spotify, and reached over 2 million views on Vevo. The single also garnered critical acclaim, and Ria was nominated for multiple awards including ‘Single Of The Year’ at the 2016 JUNO Awards alongside Drake, The Weeknd and Justin Bieber; and ‘Best New Canadian Artist’ at the iHeartRadio MMVAs.
Born and raised in Toronto, Ralph (Raffa Weyman) personifies real glamour, dancing in the intersection between the contemporary vision of artists like Solange and Kali Uchis, and the allure of yesteryear that iconized David Bowie, Cher, Prince and Stevie Nicks. Ralph’s music is no different; it’s catchy but cool, sexy but smart, edgy but evocative. With an emphasis on lyrics and storytelling, pulling from her personal life experiences, Ralph’s songs are special because they are honest and relatable. With little more than talent and a vision, she has built an incredible following in the USA, Canada and Europe. In just over a year she has picked up over 15 millions streams on Spotify, rightly gaining her a place on Spotify’s ‘Ones To Watch’ list and her own billboard in Toronto’s Dundas Square. With features on Noisey, Fashion Magazine, Fader, Nylon, Wonderland, Billboard, she has secured her spot not only as a musical talent but a style purveyor to boot. As if this wasn’t enough, Ralph’s consistency and inspiration through photography and video leaves little to be desired. The videos for ‘Cold To the Touch’, ‘Tease’ and ‘September Fades’ move past the classic “music video” into short films, if not just for their unique style but for their ambition, confidence and tone. With her debut full length album on the way, audiences are excited to see what Ralph has up her sleeves for the next year.
Tickets: $24.50 Members, $29.50 Non-Members (+applicable taxes & fees)