2021 RETURN TO LIVE SERIES
Well, that was SOM Kinda Weekend!
Did you see Tokyo Police Club, Born Ruffians and The Vaudevillian, capped with a headline performance from Canadian icons 5440?
We were stoked to bring back live music to Burlington. Thanks to everyone who came out, supported the Sound of Music and enjoyed our first live shows in two years. We'll be back to Spencer Smith Park in June 2022...stay tuned!
SATURDAY AUGUST 28
TOKYO POLICE CLUB
SUNDAY AUGUST 29
canada day 2021
In Partnership with the City of Burlington
SOM & the City of Burlington, Ontario are joining forces and hitting the high notes together to celebrate Canada Day with a free online streamed performance featuring a myriad of local artists.
Sights AND Sounds of Music in Town
2021 CALL FOR ARTISTS
The Sound of Music is looking a little different again this year. While we won't be gathering in Spencer Smith Park for 10 days of Festival fun - we will be presenting a range of experiences that remind you of that Father's Day feeling. It's a new year of making SOM memories as we return to live.
No more of that elevator music or the stuff you hear in the background at the shopping mall. We're bringing it - real, local and LIVE. SOM 2021 and the Return to Live Series is hosting live music on patios, in restaurants & around town - all summer long.
Apply for a spot on our performance schedule this year by completing the form at the link below by April 20.
#ForTheLoveOfLIVE is an awareness campaign to bring attention to the damage COVID-19 shutdowns have caused Canada’s live music industry – the artists, festivals, venues, promoters, clubs, concert halls, arenas, talent agencies, unions and many others working in the supply chain that connect Canadians with extraordinary live music experiences.
We know how much live music means to you and we encourage you to join us and add your voice to support your favourite artists, local venues, friends, families and neighbours working in the live music industry. Make some noise!