Music series

The TD Summer Music Series is coming to downtown Oakville

This summer, the Oakville Downtown Business Improvement Area (BIA) and TD Bank are “bringing TD Summer Music Series in Town Square and along the streetscape” of downtown Oakville.

The TD Summer Music Series is a free community event, sponsored by TD Bank, which organizers say will “showcase local talent and feature live performances from over 15 bands, musicians and singers.” .

Live music and performances will be presented every afternoon in the city center from 3pm to 7pm every Saturday for the next two months, in July and August 2022.

“We want everyone to get out there, listen to live music, have a good time and enjoy all that downtown Oakville has to offer,” said Adrienne Gordon, general manager, Downtown Oakville BIA. “The TD Summer Music Series is open to all ages and features a variety of musical genres, so there really is something for everyone.”

In July, the TD Summer Music Series lineup includes artists such as:

  • The Sean Stanley & Trio
  • Natasha Meister
  • Colin Gray
  • Mike Kirkopoulos
  • Ellen Daly

In August, you can expect to hear artists such as:

  • Hu steel drum
  • Kyler Tapscott
  • YASSiN & Sean Terrio Antonella Vizzini
  • Zohra Kassam

“At TD, we believe that when people are connected through music, good things can happen,” said Amy Hanen, Associate Vice President, Social Impact, TD Bank Group. “That’s why we’re proud to support the TD Summer Music Series through the TD Ready Pledge, our corporate citizenship platform, to help bring people together to experience the and the diversity of our communities.

She continues, “Through music festivals, our goal is to set the stage for connection, helping to amplify diverse voices locally and nationally while helping to foster a sense of belonging through music and experiences. lived.”

For a full list of live performances, check out the summer music series website. To learn more about summer events and activities happening in downtown Oakville, visit

Tyler Collins

Tyler Collins is Oakville News’ publishing assistant and arts reporter. He started with current affairs in 2016 and now specializes in news and current affairs, film, theater and entertainment.

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July 6, 2022

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