Summer Music in the Park | Bloor-Yorkville

June 7, 2019

September 7, 2019

Free

Bellair St. and Cumberland St., Toronto

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Events Description

Bloor-Yorkville is excited to host residents and visitors for another season of the Summer Music in the Park music series taking place throughout the summer in the Village of Yorkville Park, located at Bellair St. and Cumberland St.
Residents and visitors strolling through the neighbourhood can enjoy live performances from an exciting line-up of artists. Performances will be taking place on Fridays from 11:30am – 2:30pm and Saturdays, Sundays & Statutory Holidays between 1:30pm – 4:30pm!

Free Event.

WHEN & WHERE

June 7th to September 7th

Venue: Village of Yorkville Park – Bellair St. and Cumberland St.

Fridays | 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Friday Performances:
June 7TH – Attila Fias Trio
June 14th – Citizen Jane
July 5th – Melissa Lauren Trio
July 12th – Farrucas Latin Duo
July 19th – David Leask
July 26th – River North
August 2nd – Raz Hilland Quartet
August 9th – Grove Presidents Brand
August 16th – Yiannis
August 23rd – Laura Hubbert Trio
August 30st – Chris Robinson Trio
September 6th – Brendan Cassidy Quartet

Saturdays, Sundays (July/Aug) & Statutory Holidays between | 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM

June 8th – Liane Fainsinger Quartet
June 15th – Valeria Matzner Trio
July 1st (Stat Holiday) – The Do Gooders
July 6th – Christopher Platt Trio
July 7th – Cascabel
July 13th – Juan Arce Trio
July 14th – Duane Forrest
July 20th – Rob Tardik Duo
July 21st – Lucian Gray Quartet
July 27th – Michael LaLonde Quartet
July 28th – Brendan Cassidy Quartet
August 3rd – Cascabel
August 4th – David Leask
August 5th (Stat Holiday) – Guaracha y Son
August 10th – Los Locos
August 11th – Kenny V
August 17th – Rob Tardik Duo
August 18TH – Christopher Platt Trio
August 24th – Linda Corone
August 25th – Michael LaLonde Quartet
August 31st – Randall Johnson Chung
September 1st – Lucian Gray Quartet
September 2nd (Stat Holiday) – Peter Smith Trio
September 7th – Angela Turone Trio

About Bloor-Yorkville

Since entrepreneur Joseph Bloor founded the Village of Yorkville in 1830, the heart and soul of Toronto has distinguished itself as the premier shopping, dining and cultural destination in the city. The Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood is bordered by Scollard Street to the north, St. Mary Street to the south, Avenue Road to the west and Church Street to the east.

A tip for your trip!

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  1. arlene

    This is the best kept secret in the city!!!!It is great for children, parents, elderly, everyone. Please stay away if you must…. We love it….

    August 31, 2017 at 8:37 PM

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