- Artist: The Fugitives
- Date: Saturday, January 20th 2018
- Time: 8:00pm
- Venue: Port Arthur Polish Hall
- City: Thunder Bay , ON
- Address: 102 South Court Street
- Country: CA
- Admission: $25 advance / SGFMS members at door, $30 non-members
- Age restrictions: All Ages
- Notes: The Fugitives are a Vancouver-based indie folk collective led by frontmen and songwriters Brendan McLeod and Adrian Glynn. The band’s first full-length release, In Streetlight Communion, received a Canadian Folk Music Award nomination for “Pushing the Boundaries” of contemporary roots music, and their 2013 release, Everything Will Happen, was nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award for Roots Duo/Group Recording of the Year.
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