JON & ROY – Special Guests: Salt Tree
JON & ROY
It’s easy to fall for the effortless, amiable charm of Jon Middleton and Roy Vizer.
Seasoned musicians and long time friends, their brand of indie folk rock is a genre in
itself; one that evokes freewheeling summer days, winding stretches of road, the pull of
the journey. With over 50 million streams worldwide, it’s clear many others have been
captivated by Jon and Roy and the stories they tell.
Jon and Roy’s live shows are well known for Middleton’s stirring performances coupled
with Vizer’s instinctive rhythm and impeccable time keeping. In recent tours, the
inclusion of a horn section have lifted these performances to even greater heights; it’s
not uncommon to see packed venues turn into sweaty, joy-filled dance parties. As
restrictions gradually lift, it will be to more of these sell out crowds that Jon and Roy
return to. With their eyes on new audiences and bigger venues, both in Canada and
Europe, their return to live performance will be all the sweeter after this enforced long
Of course, these west coast troubadours are no stranger to big crowds and life on the
road. They've toured with Xavier Rudd, the Cat Empire, Trevor Hall, and Toots and the
Maytals, headlined sell-out shows at iconic Vancouver venue The Commodore Ballroom,
and have played festivals across Canada (Edmonton Folk Festival, Winnipeg Folk Festival,
Ottawa Bluesfest), the USA (BottleRock, CA, Levitate Music Festival, MA) Europe (Bulli
Summer Festival, Germany, Sziget Festival, Hungary, Rock Les Bains, France) and the UK
(Boardmasters). The band shines in front of a live audience, but it's not the only avenue
in which Jon and Roy have garnered new fans. Canny song placements in TV shows on
HBO, NBC, MTV and OLN, combined with long running TV ad campaigns for Lululemon,
Volkswagen and Scotiabank, have further cemented their global reputation.
Special Guests: Salt Tree
Following the release of their debut EP, Out of the Water, in 2022 and a string of sold out
shows through Australia, Indie-Folk duo Salt Tree were born where the forest meets the sea.
The self-produced act has amassed over 600k monthly listeners and 15 million streams
since their first release. Despite being polar opposites in personality, Tom and Nath have a
unique chemistry which can be heard in their songwriting, harmonies and cheeky on stage
banter. Their shared love for the ocean, forest and mountains can be felt in their music, and
makes for the perfect soundtrack to summer road trips and warm nights around the campfire