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INDIGENOUS GROOVES: A NEW SERIES LAUNCHES IN TORONTO, CELEBRATING CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS CREATIVITY

INDIGENOUS GROOVES: A NEW SERIES LAUNCHES IN TORONTO, CELEBRATING CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS CREATIVITY

A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN AND NON-BINARY INDIGENOUS ELECTRONIC ARTISTS
SATURDAY JUNE 4TH, 2022
GET TICKETS HERE FOR JUNE 4th AT 8 P.M. EST (DOORS AT 7PM)

Toronto, ON FabCollab is proud to announce its new in-person and live-streamed series “Indigenous Grooves,” curated by Tamar Ilana, Cotee Harper and Rosary Spence. The series is the first of its kind on Canada, and will feature a lineup of all-indigenous, all-electronic, all women and non-binary artists. The inaugural concert will be held on the evening of Saturday June 4th, 2022, at the iconic downtown Toronto venue Lee’s Palace, in partnership with Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto.

Hosted by spoken word artist Zoey Roy, the inaugural event will feature electronic artists Myranda Spence, Neela and Perusha, Ziibiwan, Kara Jade (aka “TheRa11n”), Deejay Jams, as well as traditional and modern dance performed by Nichole Leveck (Fancy Shawl and Jingle) and Cotee Harper (Ballet, Fancy Shawl and Jingle), and emerging dance artist Myranda Spence (Hoop).

Led by an all-Indigenous curatorial team – Cotee Harper, Rosary Spence and Tamar Ilana – Indigenous Grooves is a celebration of Indigenous creativity that pushes beyond the boundaries of tradition. This series amplifies talented female and non-binary artistry in the electronic and electro-acoustic realms by providing a professional showcase setting in the city’s prestigious club venues.

The entire evening will also be livestreamed, through FabCollab’s own website and Facebook page. This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council.

For tickets to attend the live show visit:

https://www.leespalace.com/event/fabcollabpresents

Tickets: $20 adv, $25 door. Discounted or complimentary tickets are available for community members facing financial challenges – Some tickets available for those who need them.

Live streamed at: Fabcollab.ca and FabCollab on Facebook,

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