Dark, lonely hours after a relationship ended in 1997. Watching the finishing credits of “The Brothers McMullen.” Late nights considering whether you should take a rescued dog off the hands of the SPCA. You were there, but you weren’t alone. Sarah McLachlan was there with you.
And good news for all once aided by the angelic voice of the “Adia” singer-songwriter: She’s back on the road, and pulling into Artpark for a show at 7 p.m. Monday with Lilith Fair classics off coming-of-age staples “Fumbling Toward Ecstasy” and “Surfacing,” as well as tunes off her latest album, “Shine On.” Still packing the same beautiful voice that soundtracked a generation of emoting, the Canadian songstress should provide those sidling the Niagara River Gorge with plenty to remember.
Tickets are $40-$55 (box office, Ticketmaster).
– Michael Farrell