Presented by Brenda MacIntyre.
Conscious roots reggae meets indigenous hand drum healing meets YOU – you in all your human expression in this crazy shifting world. Come celebrate my CD launch with me on my lucky day Friday the 13th, and the first night of the Harvest Moon!
This isn’t just a listening party – I’m having a full backing band for the first time since maybe 1991 at the Bamboo (remember that place?!). And yes, I’m still doing my hand drum songs. The album has 6 of them on it.
This isn’t just an amazing live show – NOBODY has seen me (or anyone!) perform this new genre of funky indigenous conscious roots reggae fusion.
This isn’t just for people who are grieving, in transition or trying to find their way through the madness of our current worldscape. It’s for anyone who wants to feel more LOVE and soak up healing musical vibes LIVE in a community of OPEN people.
It’s about LOVE. SPIRIT. GRATITUDE. CEREMONY. CONNECTION…
It’s about coming together, meeting each other where we are, connecting with more of who we are, and getting a vibrational and cellular upgrade through this precious healing music.
Yummy Appetizers served up by NishDish/Ringfire Catering – a local indigenous caterer, marketeria and community hub.
All at the Small World Music Centre, a beautiful intimate venue in Toronto at Artscape Youngplace (Queen/Shaw).
LIMITED SPACE AND SEATING.
TICKETS: Please note cost does not include Eventbrite fees or taxes.
Early Bird (limited tickets available at this huge savings): $10
Advance Tickets: $20
Door: We won’t have any spots left. This is going to sell out, so get your tickets NOW. On the way off chance there are some left closer to the date, we’ll make an announcement and tickets at the door will be $35 cash and likely for standing room only.
LOCATION: Small World Music Centre, 180 Shaw St, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5. It’s TTC-accessible and disability-accessible.
DATE/TIME: Friday September 13th, the first night of the Harvest Moon. Doors open at 7pm. Show at 8pm.
IMPORTANT: Drug-free, Alcohol-free Cigarette-free Sacred Space. Fragrance-free Zone: No artificial perfumes or colognes and please keep natural scents to a minimum. Cannabis smokers, I respect that this is medicine but with such an intimate venue, please air out before coming in. We have highly sensitive people attending this event, including myself. We will be burning sage but will even keep that to a minimum. We will have smudge spray on hand to use as well.
Brenda’s events promote inclusion and equality in a fun, interactive, safe, non-judgmental format.
We would like to acknowledge funding support from:
• The Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario
• Michelle Shaw, Founder of Soulbridging
An online education website that promotes becoming the facilitator of your Spiritual Awakening