With less than one month until the 2015 Open Tuning Music Festival, volunteer organizers are buzzing! With so many bands and venues, we are refining our magic algorithms to create and accommodate the ultimate all day thrills schedule.
Festival Attendees, Music Lovers and Audience Listeners
Mark the date and keep checking back here for the soon-to-be-released festival schedule, venue map and performer list. This year’s festival will take place on June 20, from 10 am – 10 pm in Seaton Village – in Downtown Toronto near Bathurst and Bloor. In the meantime see who we have lined up already for OT 2015 as we hype acts by following us on social media:
Musicians – Performers: IT’S NOT TOO LATE!
Places are still available. Last year we had over 50 musical performers of all genres, ages, and levels of experience and from as far away as Ottawa, share their art at 17 different venues. One of the benefits of having so many venues is that the festival is flexible enough to accommodate performers of all kinds at different times during the day.
What kind of Music are we looking for? From beginner singing groups to a-capella pro’s, youth performers to international recording artists, DJ’s Garage and Ska bands, experimental sound and spoken word artists, harmonica, ukulele, Johnny Cash and Beatles jams in the park, as well as singer songwriters playing solo, in duos, trios… well you get the idea. Everyone is welcome because we believe in being all inclusive and providing a friendly environment for all performers . We will also be running a youth stage (or two, depending on demand) – for younger performers – any set length acceptable – so spread the word!
FREE, UNIQUE, and DIY.
Open Tuning is a free festival celebrating live music through creating, performing, experiencing, and listening. The 2nd Open Tuning Music Festival will take place on June 20, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. in Seaton Village, a dynamic and diverse Toronto neighbourhood bordered by Bloor, Dupont, Bathurst, and Christie. Musicians from all genres, ages, and levels of experience are invited to join at venues such as porches, alleyways, shops, garages, cafes, parks and street corners throughout the neighbourhood.