Yonge-Dundas Square is excited to announce this summer’s lineup for Chevrolet Indie Fridays, the free concert series every Friday night at 8pm in the heart of the city, from July 7 – September 8. Indie Fridays at YDS are a sure-fire way to add some flavour to Friday night with a musically diverse lineup that’s sure to tickle any music-lover’s fancy.
Indie Fridays continue through September 2 with Alx Veliz and Michelle Treacy (Aug 11), Hunter Siegel presents #NoNeon (Aug 18), Terra Lightfoot and Klooch (Aug 25), Exco Levi and High Priest and The Human Rights (Sep 1), and The Deep Dark Woods and Wildlife (Sep 8)!
Admission is FREE to all these events at YONGE-DUNDAS SQUARE!
All programming is subject to change
Chevrolet Indie Fridays Featuring Derek Miller Band & Jace MartinOn Friday, July 28, two-time Juno Award-winner, Derek Miller Band will bring their bluesy soulstirring roots rock to Yonge-Dundas Square. Co-headlining the evening will be the multi award-winning Six Nations artist, Jace Martin who masterfully mixes the blues, R&B, soul, and funk to ma (...)
Chevrolet Indie Fridays Featuring Zaki IbrahimOn Friday, August 4, “citizen of the world,” Zaki Ibrahim will find herself in the Heart of the Toronto at Yonge-Dundas Square showing audiences why she’s a Juno-nominated R&B singer. Admission is FREE to all these events at YONGE-DUNDAS SQUARE! All programming is subject to ch (...)
Chevrolet Indie Fridays Featuring Alx VelizOn Friday, August 11th, Chevrolet Indie Fridays presents Alx Veliz! Alx Veliz is an artist whose emergence comes at a great time in music – a time when dancing rules, where cultures embrace, and when optimism rides high. Alx Veliz brings an electrifying, synth-driven pop with Latin (...)
Chevrolet Indie Fridays Featuring #NoNeonOn Friday, August 18th, Chevrolet Indie Fridays presents #NoNeon! #NoNeon is a Toronto event series curated by Hunter Siegel which focuses on shining a light on new, local and international talent. #NoNeon has paved the way in Toronto for electronic, bass and unique dance music not fo (...)