Spring Fridays @ Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto [from 30 March to 27 April]

Spring Fridays


491
30
Mar
 
- 27
Apr
17:30 - 22:00

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Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6
Drinks. Music. Discounted Admission.

Reclaim your Friday nights with ROM Spring Fridays.

From March 30 — April 27, enjoy discounted general admission from 5:30 — 8:30 pm, and roam the galleries, or check out our newest special exhibition!

Plus, head up to the exclusive c5 lounge till 10 pm, and treat yourself to drinks, snacks, live performances and a spectacular view of the Toronto skyline.

March 30th — AMMOYE
Rooted in the Reggae music of her native Jamaica, Ammoye effortlessly glides from reggae and dancehall to gospel, soul, and R&B with breathtaking ease and presence. Over the past several years, Ammoye has been consistently performing at high-profile events and festivals around the world. She has garnered widespread accolades, including four Juno nominations (2013, 2014, 2017, 2018) and the 2015 Reggae Exclusive Recognition Awards.

April 6th — NEFE
Despite Nefe’s soft-spoken appearance, she is loud on the inside, with a rich soul, expressing her voice through her music. With the soulful power of Tracey Chapman, the uniqueness of Bruno Mars, and a voice that can silence a room, Nefe is a burgeoning force within the Canadian musical landscape. Born Sarah Jea Felker, and adopting her name from Queen Nefertiti, Nefe is a singer/songwriter hailing from Guelph, Ontario.

April 13 — The Recipee Band
Energetic and heartfelt performances that display layers of depth and an instantly memorable sound that tastefully blend textures of rock, R&B, pop, gospel and underground neo-soul. The band consists of Jason Larmond, Otis Williams, Juwayon Clarke, and Omar Lunan, collectively garnering over two decades of musicality, spanning genres and generations from the ’50s to the present. Prepare to indulge.

April 20 — Jordan Alexander
Gaining momentum in the Toronto music scene, and it looks like the world is about to follow suit. Bif Naked scouted Jordan to open on her Canada-wide tour. Jordan’s catchy pop songs have a depth and sincerity, with talent that promises to impact listeners for years to come. Jordan’s lyrics are a visual storyboard for her life as she brings the listener deep inside her mind, showcasing her unique ability as a songwriter and storyteller.

April 27 — Lo Lo
Lo Lo’s exuberant and striking presence comes off as effortless, attesting to her ability to grab and engage audiences. Born and raised in Toronto, she draws much of her inspiration from the city’s rich culture and unique voices, while her urban lifestyle has inspired songs that cover heartbreak, adventure, and mystery. As a performer, Lo Lo brings a playful ferocity to the stage, and her music is as relatable and accessible as that of some of today's most relevant pop stars.
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