I bet you #hadnoidea that Oshawa is the epicentre of live music in Durham Region with venues like the Biltmore Theatre, the Atria, the Regent Theatre, and the Tribute Communities Centre, all within walking distance of the downtown core - and that's just downtown. To celebrate our diverse and vibrant music scene, Oshawa Tourism is throwing a free music and art festival this September, headlined by the world-renowned indie rockers the Strumbellas.
The Strumbellas have captivated audiences worldwide with their unique blend of folk-inspired melodies, catchy hooks, and powerful storytelling. Their infectious energy and dynamic live performances have garnered a loyal fan base and critical acclaim. The band's hit singles, such as "Spirits," "Salvation," and "Young & Wild," have topped charts and become anthems for music lovers across the globe.
The Convergence Art and Music Festival, set to take place from September 22 to 24, will transform downtown Oshawa into a vibrant hub of creativity, featuring a diverse lineup of artists and musicians from various genres and styles. The festival aims to showcase local talent while bringing internationally renowned acts like The Strumbellas to the forefront. All outdoor concerts will be free to the public.
In addition to the captivating musical performances, attendees can expect to explore an array of art installations, interactive exhibits, and workshops throughout the festival grounds. The event will also offer a wide selection of food vendors with an International Street Food alley, edgy artisanal crafts, a nerd alley, and so much more.
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