Get Your Tickets for the First Edition of the Canadian Climate Music Summit (October 21)

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October 5, 2022
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CIMA is a proud supporter of the first ever Canadian Climate Music Summit happening on October 21, 2022. CIMA members can register using the discounted links below (limited number of tickets):

SUMMIT: 9:30 am to 5:30pm

PUBLIC PANEL & CONCERT: 7:30 to 11pm

Featuring leading music industry executives and artists imagining a greener music industry.

Music Declares Emergency Canada has teamed up with Programming partner the Canadian Live Music Association (with support from Ontario Creates) to launch the first edition of the Canadian Climate Music Summit!

With support from Creative Green Tools Canada, the Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts, Live Nation Canada, Music Canada, Orchestras Canada, Pop Montreal, CIMA (Canadian Independent Music Association), Six Shooter Records, MusicOntario, Folk Music Ontario, Troubadour Music, School Night Toronto, Wavelength, The Climate Emergency Unit and more partners/supporters to be announced, we are anticipating an incredible day of speakers, workshops, panels, presentations and performances.

Speakers Include: David Suzuki, Music Declares Emergency founder Fay Milton, Allie Rougeot, Devon Hardy (Creative Green Tools Canada & Centre for the Sustainable Practice in the Arts), Marika Shaw (Plus 1), Katherine Carleton (Orchestras Canada), Ben Swanson (Secretly Group), Kelly Drennan (Fashion Takes Action), Michael Jbara (MQA), Andre Forsythe (School for Climate), Logan Staats (artist), Donna Grantis (artist & Creative Climate Leadership participant), Brighid Fry (artist, Music Declares Emergency Canada co-founder and Creative Climate Leadership participant), Dr. Soren Brothers, (Climate Change Curator for the ROM and more to be announced

Concert Performers: Donna Grantis, Tragedy Ann, Shakura S'Aida, The Weather Station, Logan Staats, Housewife, Ruby Singh, Veronica Johnny, George Sawa, Leah & Peter from July Talk

Ahead of COP27 in Egypt this year, we have organized a day of climate action, to share knowledge, tools and help the music industry rebuild from COVID-19 with climate at the forefront. There will be a one day summit (conference) followed by an evening panel and concert. With David Suzuki as our keynote speaker and a diverse range of panellists and performances, we know this will be an important event for the Music sector.

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