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Q&A with Walk Off The Earth

Mediaplanet sat down with Canadian band, Walk Off the Earth, to talk about their upcoming shows and how they like to spend their summer.

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Canadians have long awaited these warm summer months, what are some of your favourite summertime activities to do when you’re not performing?

When we’re not performing during the summer months, we’re grateful for the opportunity to explore different cities while on tour. We love immersing ourselves in the local culture, trying new foods, and discovering hidden gems. Additionally, we’re big fans of attending music festivals whenever we can. It’s a fantastic way to unwind, enjoy live music, and connect with fans and fellow artists. These activities allow us to make the most of our time offstage and truly embrace the spirit of summer in Canada.

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Describe the energy and environment found at a summer Walk Off the Earth Show.

At a summer Walk Off the Earth show, you’ll find an atmosphere that’s both unconventional and creatively unexpected. Picture a lively outdoor venue where fans eagerly gather, not knowing quite what to expect. Our performances are a blend of innovative experimentation and heartfelt expression, with each member bringing their own unique contribution to the stage. It’s more than just a concert; it’s a celebration of creativity and community, where everyone is invited to escape the ordinary and embrace the unexpected.

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How has being Canadian, and your hometown of Burlington, helped shape your identity as a band?

Canada’s rich cultural tapestry and diverse music scene have provided us with endless inspiration and opportunities to explore different sounds and genres. Growing up in Burlington, a vibrant and supportive community, instilled in us a strong sense of camaraderie and collaboration, which are fundamental values of Walk Off the Earth.

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If you had to put together a bucket list for fans road-tripping to a Walk Off the Earth show, what would that include?

When road-tripping to a Walk Off the Earth show, start by jamming out to your favourite WOTE tunes to set the perfect vibe for the journey. Connect with other fans through social media to share the excitement along the way. Don’t forget to capture every moment with photos and videos for lasting memories. Finally, at the show, let loose and have the time of your life! Sing along, dance freely, and enjoy every electrifying moment. Pack your bags, hit the road, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!

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You’re about to play two shows at Budweiser Stage in Toronto and Southam Hall in Ottawa, what are you looking forward to most about performing?

Playing shows at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto and Southam Hall in Ottawa is going to be a blast! We’re especially excited about the hometown vibe and the energy from our friends and family in Toronto and Ottawa. It’s always a special feeling performing in front of familiar faces. Can’t wait to bring the house down and make memories with everyone!

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