TBA Series Chapter 1

TBA is a concert series featuring lineups of unannounced performers representing the diversity of Toronto, and beyond, free from any hype or headliner. Transcending genre and encouraging collaboration, the Series cuts through descriptors to get to the heart of what matters: Great live music.

Rather than focus on who’s playing, or what ‘kind’ of music to expect, audiences need only open their ears and minds to a musical journey that will pay off with an unbiased, up-close-and-personal experience of live music in cozy confines.

Participating artists will be asked to find a point of collaboration that drives home our interconnectedness, and the power of music to transcend boundaries.

Chapter 1 opens the Series at the future site of Revel Park, the soul of Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, where a former retail space has been transformed to the perfect venue for a focused experience of the power of music to engage, enlighten, and entertain.

Three artists will perform, and collaborate, for an intimate audience.

In our endeavour to make events accessible to all, ticket prices range from $0-50. We ask that you spend in proportion to your capacity to do so. All funds received make current and future programming possible, and are much appreciated.

Doors open at 3.30 and the show runs from 4-630pm. There will be a CASH bar.

Revel Park is located by Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, the TTC's newest, and north-est, subway stop (Line 1), at Highway 400 and Highway 7.

Limited seats will be available for those requiring chairs; there are no stairs into or in the venue.

The TBA Series is co-presented with Small World Music Society. Chapter 1 is in partnership with the Canada-China Cultural Development Association and ADEM.

Please contact us with any questions: info@good-kind.com.

We acknowledge the financial support of The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent On Recordings (FACTOR) and Canada’s private radio broadcasters.

We also gratefully acknowledge the support of SOCAN Foundation - Fondation SOCAN

Thanks, too, to Revel Park for their invaluable support for this chapter.

Poster design Javo Huerta

Photo credits: Natalia Paklikowska (@paklikowskanatalia), jwcampbell, and courtesy of Downtown Yonge BIA