Tragically Hip On The Fully And Completely Tour

Updated: November 25, 2014

For the members of the Tragically Hip, 1992’s Fully Completely carries special significance. The album marks the completion of the band’s evolution from an obscure, undiscovered and unrecognized band to a staple in Canadian culture and a veritable national phenomenon. While 1989’s Up to Here and 1991’s Road Apples established the members of the Hip as masters of their craft, it was Fully Completely that catapulted the band into international fame.

The Hip’s 1992 masterpieces spawned the smash singles “Locked in the Trunk of a Car”, “Fifty Mission Cap”, “Courage (for Hugh MacLennan)”, and “At the Hundredth Meridian”. Fully Completely was certified Diamond in Canada in 2007, and is recognized as one of the greatest Canadian albums of all time. The album’s poignant lyrics, stimulating sound, and incorporation of Canadiana have contributed to its enduring nature, and it is possible to unearth new pleasures with every additional listen.

Now, it’s time to fall in love with the gem all over again.

As the band prepares to record the follow-up to 2012’s Juno-nominated Now for Plan A, the Hip are embarking on a tour to celebrate one of their most acclaimed albums. The band’s Fully and Completely Tour will see the Hip perform their 1992 album in its entirety at various North American venues. Additionally, the band will perform extensively in Canada, with performances booked at venues such as Victoria’s Save on Food Memorial Centre, Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome, Edmonton’s Rexall Place, Toronto’s Air Canada Centre, Montreal’s Bell Centre, Winnipeg’s MTS Centre, St. John’s Mile One Centre, and the Halifax Metro Centre. Also, the Tragically Hip will return to where they were founded; Kingston, Ontario. The band will perform at the Rogers K-Rock Centre and the Kingston Regional Sports & Entertainment Centre.

Come celebrate the Tragically Hip on the Fully and Completely Tour, and be prepared to re-experience the seminal masterpiece that changed everything for the beloved Canadian band.