Toronto concert series Dream in High Park has announced its lineup for 2022.
Last year, they hosted a three night run, which saw Jeremy Dutcher performing at its Canadian Stage. This year, Dream in High Park has expanded to boast performances from a whole slew of artists throughout June and July. From June 30th to July 15th, there will be six outdoor concerts in the beloved West end park.
Dream in High Park will feature performances from Jully Black, Ron Sexsmith, Beau Dixon, Dan Mangan, Hawksley Workman, KUNÉ, and Martha Wainwright.
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“Toronto has one of the most thriving and diverse music scenes in North America and we are thrilled that this amazing mix of the country’s best are joining us this summer,” Canadian Stage Artistic Director Brendan Healy explains. “The High Park Amphitheatre is one of the most magical spots in Toronto to enjoy arts and culture – under the stars, enveloped by the lush High Park forest, there is truly no other place like it. We look forward to audiences packing their picnic baskets and coming to join us for these electrifying concerts.”
“Last summer, thousands of people convened in High Park to experience the magical performances of Polaris-winner Jeremy Dutcher and many other equally extraordinary musicians. In those moments, we collectively discovered how perfect the High Park Amphitheatre is for live music – with its spectacular sound and picturesque setting,” Executive Director Monica Esteves adds. “Music outdoors is one of the great pleasures of summer in Toronto and we are thrilled that this inspiring and eclectic array of artists will be joining us and expanding the musical offerings of Dream in High Park 2022.”
Tickets for the Dream In High Park Summer Music Festival series are on sale now for Canadian Stage subscribers, and will be available on general sale starting tomorrow (May 18th) at noon.
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