105.7 The Point Welcomes
The Blame Canada Tour
Simple Plan & Sum 41
with Set It Off
*THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT*
Vaccination Proof/Test: Not Required
*There will be no Early Entry for this show*
Simple Plan – 9:35pm
Sum 41 – 8pm
Set It Off – 7pm
Doors – 6pm
*Set times are approximate and subject to change
About Simple Plan
Simple Plan, the multi-platinum, Montreal-based band boasts worldwide sales topping 10 million. Accolades include a 2005 Teen Choice Award, 2006 JUNO Fan Choice Award, 2012 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, 2012 Yahoo! Canadian Impact Award, 2012 NRJ award and the 2013 Allan Slaight Humanitarian Spirit Award. Simple Plan have remained an international sensation for over 20 years with worldwide sales topping 10 million and over 1 billion streams across all streaming platforms! The #ImJustAKid trend on Tik Tok has over 4.3 billion views and the #ImJustAKidChallenge hashtag has over 590.9 million views and counting. Plus, they’ve received numerous awards and accolades the world over, and to date they have performed for insatiable
audiences in over 60 countries.
For the members of Simple Plan, however, it’s about the personal connection to each and every fan. With ‘The Antidote’, they have yet another song that will resonate and hit
close to home with their worldwide audience. Produced by Zakk Cervini, who has worked with the likes of Blink-182, Machine Gun Kelly, Grimes, Poppy, and Halsey (to
name a few), ‘The Antidote’ was recorded at MDDN Studios in Los Angeles, and promises to be a pivotal moment for the band, who...
About Sum 41
In the late summer of 2018, Sum 41 frontman, Deryck Whibley, stepped off the tour bus after three solid years of worldwide touring, turned on the console in his home studio, picked up a guitar, and started pouring out song after song. Feeling incredibly inspired from 2016’s critically-acclaimed Europe Impala Gold certified, #9 Billboard Top Albums charting, 13 Voices album and touring cycle, Whibley feverishly started putting together songs from the cascade of ideas flying throughout his mind. Relentless touring and immense energy from some of the largest crowds the band had ever played in front of bred a multitude of ideas that Whibley had stockpiled and couldn’t wait to record. Within three weeks, the majority of the music for the new album, Order In Decline was written.
With much of the music written, Whibley focused his attention on the lyrics. “I’ve always just let words come out and whatever they are, they are,” Whibley remarks, “I usually just follow and let them flow.” Unconsciously, Whibley realized that there was a persistent theme in his stream of consciousness that ultimately became a critical response to the world and society at large. Traveling the world and observing how pervasive division, racism,...