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Free outdoor concert series returns to Toronto Music Garden this summer

One of Toronto's most serene settings for live music is also one of the city's cheapest. Harbourfront has just announced that its free outdoor concert series will return to the Toronto Music Garden for the 16th year. The lineup will feature 17 concerts between July 2 and September 13.

As far as what to expect goes, the shows are typically an eclectic mix of classical and world music, with the occasional indie musician thrown into the mix. Highlights this year include First Nations composer Barbara Croall, finger-picking virtuoso Calum Graham, and countertenor Michael Taylor.

Bring a lawn chair, some bug spray, and an open mind.

Photo by Ross G. Strachan


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