Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden will hit Fort Saskatchewan's stage for a second time.
Arden will perform at the Shell Theatre on Nov.3.
“We’re stoked about her supporting her newest album, her newest tour, These Are The Days. It’s a great album and she’s going across Canada with that tour and of course one stop right here in Fort Saskatchewan,” said theatre supervisor Josh Gennings.
He described Arden as an artist who brings the whole package, through her work in radio, television, music and comedy.
She was the theatre's first special presentation four seasons ago.
“We’re really excited to have her back. She’s an amazing artist, her comedy is great and I know that Fort Saskatchewan is really going to enjoy the show.”
The Calgary-born singer launched her music career in 1993 with her debut album Time For Mercy that included the hit 'I Would Die For You'.
She has released 14 albums with 19 top ten singles and won eight Juno Awards.
Arden will perform on Nov.3 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will go on sale starting at 9 a.m. on Friday (May 4).

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