Save the date! SUNDAY APRIL 3rd from 2:30-4:30pm is our official Open Tuning Kick-off Party at Alban’s Boys & Girls Club, 843 Palmerston Ave.
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Open Tuning – Seaton Village’s free music festival – invites friends, neighbours and families to join us for two hours of live music by local performers, free popcorn, fun activities (what!? Rock-Star Selfie-Booth is back?) and real live people to talk to about the Festival. Find out how to get involved with Open Tuning as a musician, venue host or volunteer.
Please drop-by, bring your family and help us celebrate our preparations for Toronto’s only DIY Music Festival. Please join this event on Facebook – and share widely 🙂
➤ Junior Knitters wanted: Yup – you read correctly. Local friends of Open Tuning are knitting a 17′ Festival Banner and would like to get young knitters involved – sign-up (and maybe even a sneak peek at the banner) at Open House event – or contact us.
➤ Musicians wanted: Would you like to perform at this year’s Open Tuning? You can self-register online at our website. Deadline for artist sign-up is April 30th.
➤ Volunteers needed: looking for, Festival ambassadors, poster distribution, venue/stage operators… you name it! Great opportunity for high school students to get their volunteer hours.
➤ Wanna Host your own Venue? The more stages the merrier! Find out more about what’s involved.
Open Tuning is a free DIY festival celebrating live music that will take place on June 11th, 2016, from 2p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in Seaton Village (Toronto). Inspired by “La fete de la musique” in Paris France, the 3rd annual Open Tuning invites amateur and professional Musicians from all genres and ages to perform at neighbourhood venues such as porches, alleyways, garages and street corners.
All Open Tuning concerts are free to the public. Last year over 70 acts donated their time for free. The Festival is community driven and 100% independent, accepting no corporate sponsorship, advertising or compensation. Organizers rely entirely on the hard work of neighbours and the good will of surrounding communities in helping to coordinate festival activities and share event information.