Fri Sep 27 2019

9:00 PM - 11:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

Rideau Sports Centre

1 Donald St. Ottawa, ON K1K 4E6

$45.20

Ages 19+

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Canada's premier country/rock band, The Cooper Brothers will be performing a very special outdoor concert at The Rideau Sports Centre, as part of a fundraising event called Double Up For Mental Health, in support of The Royal Ottawa Hospital.

Tickets for the event are LIMITED, so get them while you can!

Concert is rain or shine. Peformance will be moved indoors in the event of incliment weather.


The Cooper Brothers first gained international attention when the group landed a major recording contract with Capricorn Records, alongside The Allman Brothers and many of the biggest Southern Rock acts of the seventies.

Over the next few years the Coopers Brothers released two albums on the legendary label: The Cooper Brothers & Pitfalls of the Ballroom. Both albums went on to become best sellers and "The Dream Never Dies", "Show Some Emotion" and "I’ll Know Her When I See Her" all charted on Billboard’s Hot 100.

Among their many critical accolades, the Cooper Brothers were voted Best New Group in 1978, Best MOR Group in 1979 and Best Overall Group in 1980 by Canadian Contemporary Music Programmers. Also in 1980, “The Dream Never Dies” earned an A.S.C.A.P Award as one of the most performed songs on U.S radio during that year. The song was subsequently recorded by several other artists including Bill Anderson and Juice Newton. It was also the title song for a feature length documentary on Canada’s National Ski team.

At the height of their career the band toured extensively throughout North America, opening for such diverse and legendary artists as the Doobie Brothers, Black Oak Arkansas, Joe Cocker, Charlie Daniels, Atlanta Rhythm Section, McGuinn Cark and Hillman and Seals and Croft. In addition, the band worked with some of the most prolific musicians of the day including the current keyboardist for the Rolling Stones, Chuck Leavell, who played on the Cooper Brothers’ track “Ridin High.”

Double Up For Mental Health
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Double Up For Mental Health

The Cooper Brothers

Fri Sep 27 2019 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

Rideau Sports Centre Ottawa ON
The Cooper Brothers

$45.20 Ages 19+

Canada's premier country/rock band, The Cooper Brothers will be performing a very special outdoor concert at The Rideau Sports Centre, as part of a fundraising event called Double Up For Mental Health, in support of The Royal Ottawa Hospital.

Tickets for the event are LIMITED, so get them while you can!

Concert is rain or shine. Peformance will be moved indoors in the event of incliment weather.


The Cooper Brothers first gained international attention when the group landed a major recording contract with Capricorn Records, alongside The Allman Brothers and many of the biggest Southern Rock acts of the seventies.

Over the next few years the Coopers Brothers released two albums on the legendary label: The Cooper Brothers & Pitfalls of the Ballroom. Both albums went on to become best sellers and "The Dream Never Dies", "Show Some Emotion" and "I’ll Know Her When I See Her" all charted on Billboard’s Hot 100.

Among their many critical accolades, the Cooper Brothers were voted Best New Group in 1978, Best MOR Group in 1979 and Best Overall Group in 1980 by Canadian Contemporary Music Programmers. Also in 1980, “The Dream Never Dies” earned an A.S.C.A.P Award as one of the most performed songs on U.S radio during that year. The song was subsequently recorded by several other artists including Bill Anderson and Juice Newton. It was also the title song for a feature length documentary on Canada’s National Ski team.

At the height of their career the band toured extensively throughout North America, opening for such diverse and legendary artists as the Doobie Brothers, Black Oak Arkansas, Joe Cocker, Charlie Daniels, Atlanta Rhythm Section, McGuinn Cark and Hillman and Seals and Croft. In addition, the band worked with some of the most prolific musicians of the day including the current keyboardist for the Rolling Stones, Chuck Leavell, who played on the Cooper Brothers’ track “Ridin High.”
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The Cooper Brothers

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Ages 19+
limit 10 per person
General Admission
$45.20 ($40.00 + $5.20 Fees)

Delivery Method

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Fees & Charges

Handling Fee
From $0.00 or more A Handling Fee per transaction applies.

Terms & Conditions

This event is 19 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 19 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.