Cory Gallant & The Red Dirt Posse @ the Trailside - ALL AGES


Join Cory Gallant & The Red Dirt Posse for their Trailside debut. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Seating is limited. Tickets $30 each (non-refundable).


  • Date: 1/29/2021 08:00 PM
  • Location: 155 Kent St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1N5, Canada (Map)

Price: C$30

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Description

The Salvador Dali Cafe' serves food and beverage to your table before and during each Trailside show. You can view the menu here.

Before you go, read these Trailside tips.

ABOUT CORY:
In February 2020, Cory Gallant was awarded the prestigious Entertainer of the Year Award as well as New Artist of the Year Award from Music PEI. He also received an East Coast Music Association (ECMA) nomination for Country Recording of the Year. Cory is currently working with renowned producer Jason Barry on his upcoming sophomore album.

His latest single is “Easily Addicted”, written by Tyler Whelan and produced by Jason Barry. The ECMA added “Easily Addicted” to their recently created Stingray Music channel 100% East Coast. Canadian Style celebrating talents from Canada’s Atlantic region.

Radio station Sun Country 99.7 (High River, AB) named “Easily Addicted” one of “The Top Five Songs You Need to Listen to This Week. (March 18, 2020) After seven weeks on the Canadian Indie Country Countdown (Top 100), “Easily Addicted” reached the #1 spot on April 26, 2020, and stayed at the top for three weeks in a row and in the top 10 for eleven weeks straight (both are countdown records).

Cory was also honored to take part in the nationwide CBC Music Searchlight 2020 contest. His self-penned song, “Where You Come From”, which Cory wrote about staying true to your roots, earned him a spot in the Top 10 and he was among the Top 3 for the greatest number of votes. Out of 1,100 song entries, he was only one of two contestants to make it both in the Top 50 for votes received as well as a Top 50 Producer Pick.

He completed two international tours in 2019 with dates in British Columbia, Alberta, Washington, and Oregon, including two sold-out shows in BC. Though Cory and the band had to cancel two planned international tours and multiple festivals for spring and summer 2020, they look forward to touring again as soon as it’s safe to do so.