Open Tuning 2014 Press Release

On Saturday June 21st, a unique day-long free music festival takes place in downtown Toronto’s Seaton Village-West Annex neighbourhood.

OPEN TUNING is a free music festival and a celebration of community and summer. Inspired by “La fete de la musique” in Paris, the festival is a 100% independent and community-driven, with zero corporate sponsorship or advertising.

What makes OPEN TUNING unique is the variety of non-traditional venues and “pop-up” stages combined with our all-inclusive performer policy.  Festival audiences roaming the community’s streets, lane-ways, parks and cafes can see middle school youth bands with 2 or 3 songs under their belts or listen to some our city’s more seasoned  talent – and maybe even catch one or two internationally recorded artists – as they perform all styles of music from rock, folk, opera, techno, classical a capella, ukulele jams and more.

Open Tuning Press Releasefinal

Please contact us for more information or for media inquiries,

Thanks,

Chris McNeil
Coordinator
Open Tuning: A free music festival


Taking place on June 21, 2014, from 10am to 10pm, OPEN TUNING is a free music festival celebrating music through creating, performing, experiencing and listening. Inspired by “La fete de la musique” in Paris, OPEN TUNING is a celebration of community, summer, and music. Each year the festival will take place on the Saturday closest to June 21st.

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A Free Music Festival every June in Downtown Toronto. Community-driven, celebrating music through creating, performing, experiencing and listening.
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