It’s been a whirlwind year for Juno nominated singer songwriter Luca Fogale. Nominated for a 2022 Juno Award in the category of Adult Contemporary Album of the Year, Luca has graduated from the proverbial coffeehouse to the concert hall, recasting his private conversations as cinematic set pieces on a global scale. 

After touring Europe, the multi-talented singer songwriter has chosen to kick off his Run With The Lights 2023 Canadian tour at Creekside Theatre in Lake Country on February 9.

“Everyone at Creekside Theatre is thrilled to welcome Luca and his fans to our intimate auditorium and to have an opportunity to present this concert,” says Ryan Donn, cultural development coordinator. “The venue is known for providing a superior listening experience and a wonderful stage for the performers. This is an opportunity for all music lovers in the Central Okanagan.”

Performing with a live band and debuting new songs to the world, the tour will hit multiple cities across the country including Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, and wraps up with a highly anticipated finale in Luca’s hometown of Vancouver at the legendary Commodore Ballroom.

Auditorium seats are limited and 50% sold out. Performing at Creekside Theatre provides a marveling experience of Luca’s talent in an intimate setting, as well as ample parking and drink options. 

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His Juno nominated 2020 album, Nothing Is Lost, revealed there was a whole lot more to Luca than prettily played serenades on acoustic guitar and piano. Through a broader palette of synth-washed atmospheres, orchestral flourishes, and lush ‘70s soft-rock arrangements, the album sees Luca graduate from the proverbial coffeehouse to the concert hall, recasting his private conversations as cinematic set pieces. 

As his musical vision expands, Luca’s songwriting keeps drilling down into the deepest corners of his soul, as he reckons with crises both spiritual and existential in search of inner peace and redemption.

“Something I’ve really struggled with my entire life is feeling worthy and purposeful and that my life has value,” Luca admits. “A lot of these songs are meditations and reminders to myself of how I want to live my life: the ways in which I want to think about myself and think about the people in my life, and how I want to be seen. I’m still learning about what sort of music I want to make and what kind of artist I want to be. Obviously, it’s a lifelong process.”