TWEED & COMPANY Theatre is a registered charity, and is a creator and producer of Original Canadian Musical Theatre, as well as quality professional grassroots regional theatre. The company has been active since the fall of 2009, and has produced several large scale original Canadian musicals, as well as countless other Canadian productions. Tweed & Company is based in Hastings County, and owns and operates The Marble Arts Centre, as well as operating the Bancroft Village Playhouse, and the Tweed & Company Outdoor Stage.
Returning to the Village Playhouse this winter is the premier classic rock tribute band that brought sensational Fleetwood Mac and The Band shows to Bancroft over the past two years. Tommy Youngsteen is coming back to bring the house down yet again - this time, covering the revered, Canadian icon, Neil Young!
Known as one of Toronto's Best Cover Bands (Indie 88), Tommy Youngsteen will be playing all of Young's greatest hits like Harvest Moon, Heart of Gold, Hold Back the Tears, Rocking' in the Free World, For What it's Worth, and so much more.
The band members and alumni hail from Juno-winning Canadian acts like Stars, The Stills, The Sam Roberts Band, Serena Ryder Band, The Trews, The Dears, and The Arkells. With these respective groups, they've logged over five thousand shows in the last ten years alone. They've played from Canada to Japan and everywhere in between.
They’ve opened and shared the bill with some of the world’s greatest musicians like Sir Paul McCartney, The Eagles, Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, and Coldplay. Having played all the Late Night shows including Jimmy Fallon, The Conan O’Brien Show, David Letterman, and Jay Leno, the band's also played for all the biggest corporate names including the Toronto International Film Festival, Puma, Converse, Red Bull, The Drake Hotel, HBO, and F1 Racing.
Get ready for an incredible rock concert bursting with energy. The seasoned music industry pros of Tommy Youngsteen are sure to deliver an unbelievable show yet again!
Date & Time
Sat., Feb. 3, 2024 8:00 p.m.