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Walk Off the Earth

Walk Off the Earth

Feb 18th 2020 @ Majestic Theatre

Dallas, TX
I Was There
About Walk Off the Earth
Genres:
Indie, Alternative, Pop, Indie Pop
Band Members:
Marshall - Guitar/Harmonica/Trumpet/Bass/Vocals +, Joel Cassady - Drums/Percussion/Samples, Gianni Luminati - Bass/Drums/Guitar/Ukulele/Vocals +, Sarah Blackwood - Ukelele / Guitar / Vocals / Percussion +
Hometown:
Burlington,Canada

Walk Off The Earth is a Juno Award winning, multi-platinum musical phenomenon currently taking the world by storm. Based in Burlington, Ontario (just outside of Toronto),...
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Tuesday, February 18th, 2020
7:00 PM
Majestic Theatre
1925 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75201
333 RSVPs
An intimate and interactive experience.
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About Walk Off the Earth
Genres:
Indie, Alternative, Pop, Indie Pop
Band Members:
Marshall - Guitar/Harmonica/Trumpet/Bass/Vocals +, Joel Cassady - Drums/Percussion/Samples, Gianni Luminati - Bass/Drums/Guitar/Ukulele/Vocals +, Sarah Blackwood - Ukelele / Guitar / Vocals / Percussion +
Hometown:
Burlington,Canada

Walk Off The Earth is a Juno Award winning, multi-platinum musical phenomenon currently taking the world by storm. Based in Burlington, Ontario (just outside of Toronto),...
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Fan Live Reviews
Tammy Kay
March 5th 2020
This show was amazing! Phenomenal! I fully did not expect them to do some of the things they did, and I was ok with that. But there they were, just slaying it. I had a few slightly tearful moments. It's evident that there isn't a WOTE fan or band member or loved one who doesn't feel Beard Guy's absence. They honored him in the most special ways, and a couple times I swear I felt him in the room. And the room was so intimate! I mean where my little boy and I actually were making eye contact with them all at different times, and pointing/waving at us individually. Old standard stuff and new stuff both, they just did remarkable. My 11 year old was singing and dancing (maybe it was head banging but whatever), just about the entire time. I was more the shrieker-jumper-singer-fangirl. We still have smiles on our faces. Just a feel good show!! Love you guys, and can't wait until next time!!💖