Tonight Will Be a Night to Remember, Literally and Virtually
At long last we can all say goodbye to 2020. We’re eager to tip our hat to what’s been a weird one, and we acknowledge that it has been (and continues to be) a struggle for many.
For the moment at least, Dwayne Gretzky is feeling grateful. Not only are we thankful to be able to play music together again after such a long time, but we’ve been excited to get creative and think about our band and the experience we help create in a whole new context.
That’s why we’re elated about tonight. It’s going to be a Dwayne Gretzky show like none other. The idea of pushing ourselves has always motivated us. Whether it’s to learn new songs, or in this case, a whole new medium. A live Dwayne broadcast!
Aside from it being virtual with viewers from across the country and beyond, it’ll also be the longest show we’ve ever played – and we’ve done some doozies. It’ll be roughly 55 songs from start to finish, from midnight in Newfoundland all the way until midnight in BC.
So all that to say, we hope you don’t miss it.
Below is a guide to some extra info and details so you can get the most out of it.
Tune in starting at 10:15pm EST Tonight above!
Some Tips for the Best At-Home Dwayne Gretzky Show
If you have the means, we recommend the following for optimal experience:
- Put us on the Big Screen: It’s on YouTube so it’s accessible on a big any smart TV fairly easily. Or use an HDMI cable, Chromecast, Apple TV, or the like.
- Put us on the Speakers: Connect the audio to your best home audio system or other quality speakers for optimal listening experience. We’ve made sure it’s worth the effort.
- Turn it up: If your neighbours complain, just send them the link to the show :)
Vote for the Last Song of Each Set
Tip Dwayne Gretzky and Support Canadian Musicians
We’re passing around the tip jar virtually in support of Canadian musicians. If you enjoy the show and you have the means to do so, we encourage you to visit the donation link.
50% of all proceeds will be going to support the Unison Benevolent Fund; a non-profit, registered charity that provides counselling and emergency relief services to the Canadian music community.
COVID Health & Safety Statement
We’re in a challenging time locally, and beyond. Our preparation for an event such as this one is reflective and respectful of this.
For those interested, we wanted to share our COVID Health and Safety protocol as it pertains to tonight’s shoot and the preparations leading up. We have held ourselves to a high standard to ensure we are moving forward in a manner that is both respectful of the government’s requirements and recommendations, as safe as possible for all those involved, and respectful of our communities at large.
If you wish to read our COVID Health and Safety Protocol, it is available to download at this link.