The Toast Collective is the spot to get your folk fix. On May 18th three acts will sing songs of solitude and sadness to the tune of a fine spring evening.
Reagan Mutt is a singer-songwriter who plumbs the depths of human experience to write songs that are at once dark and strangely optimistic. Blending elements of folk and blues music with atmospheric soundscapes create space for songs that will make you think.
Leave is the experimental folk music project of Emma Citrine and David Cowling (The April Fools Childrenhood). Mavens of melancholy reverberations, and lovers of the simple truths of folk music, they together showcase two powerful and emotional voices, infectious melodies, and a series of consuming stories.
The Galactic Butterfly performs her own folk compositions in French and in English, as well as covers of songs by some of her favourite artists: Feist, Jeff Buckley, Tracy Chapman, Eva Cassidy, Daughter, Ben Harper, Boy, Sarah Blasko, Frank Sinatra, Norah Jones, Camille, Georges Brassens, Edith Piaf, Cali, Francis Cabrel, Damien Saez, Renaud (to name a few).
She has a vast repertoire of more than 100 French and English songs to share.
Ilana Zackon is a singer-songwriter who writes songs from the heart. She combines folk and jazz to tell the stories of her darkest, deepest and most profound moments.
$10 at the door 🖤
The artists acknowledge that this event will be taking place on the traditional unceded territories of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish peoples.