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Braden & Liv @ TA
Hope & Hops #2 (wsg Citizen Jane)
HOPE & HOPS: A musical fundraising series hosted by Tragedy Ann We're collaborating with the folks at Brothers Brewing Company and Nik at GAIN Music to present a matinee concert once every season, each in support of a different local charity! There is no cover, but we will be passing the hat around for donations - please give generously for these terrific causes!
The charity for H&H #2 is Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis, who work tirelessly to end violence against women and youth in our area.
'Hope & Hops' is also an opportunity for us to introduce some of our best musical pals from out of town, and we will be featuring a special guest set with every instalment. This time 'round it will be Citizen Jane!
SPEAK Music Be Kind Festival
We're thrilled to be playing at the inaugural instalment of this terrific festival! Gender-balanced lineup, all net profits going to the Unison Benevolent Fund, weekend passes for only $25, what's not to love?!? We play on Saturday and Sunday! More details here: https://www.speakmusicbekindfest.com/
Music from the Red Bar Car (w. Moonfruits & Dirty Sheep)
The Canada Via Music Project (CVM) and Redleaf Music are throwing a party to celebrate a decade of live music aboard VIA Rail. For the last 10 years, VIA Rail has been quietly supporting Canadian musicians through their Artist on Board program, making it possible for musicians to travel this vast land in exchange for a peek inside their suitcase full of songs.
Music from the Red Bar Car celebrates a decade of Via Rail's on-board entertainment program. Join us for an evening of songs and stories, aptly named after the recreation car where passengers and musicians gather as they travel by rail between Montreal and Halifax. A musical sampler of sorts, the evening will feature three sets of Canadian troubadours who bring a unique approach to the roll and ruckus of performing on a train. Engaging storytellers and accomplished musicians, each act brings the audience along for the ride.
Proceeds from a limited edition poster sales will raise funds for ArtsCan Circle, a charity dedicated to supporting the arts among Indigenous youth in northern communities