La Glace announces Small Town Bringdown 2019

James Barker Band, Aaron Goodvin on the bill

It was such a great time last year, they are re-loading another huge night into the chamber.

 The La Glace & District Ag Society has announced the 2019 Small Town Bringdown line up for, Saturday May 4,  La Glace, Alberta at the new Regional Recreation Centre. 

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Reveling from the success of the 2018 Small Town Bringdown, the Ag Society has claimed this concert series as their signature event, raising funds for the construction and operation of the organization’s recreational facilities. The 2019 show will be the first event held in the new Regional Recreation Centre and what better way to break it in than with hundreds of our closest friends and two of Canadian country music’s hottest emerging acts. 

The 2019 Small Town Bringdown will feature James Barker Band, Peace Country Native Aaron Goodvin and more. 

With top ten singles like "Lawn Chair Lazy" and Canadian Country Music Award winning hit “Chills”, headliners, Ontario-crafted Canadian country outfit James Barker Band, are sure to bring the house down.

"We’re 'Just Sayin’' this is a show you will not want to miss," chortled officials.

Aaropn Goodvin is also ready to rip it up that night. Back to his old stompin’ grounds in the Peace Country, 2018 CCMA songwriter of the year Goodvin is sure to deliver a show-stopping performance. “Lonely Drum” became the only Canadian country single released in the past two years to be certified platinum. 

With a couple of Canadian country music’s hottest emerging acts the 2019 show is sure to sell out. For more information contact 780-512-3808 or email 

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