15 Colbourne Street,
—Graham Rockingham, Hamilton Spectator 03/29/12
15 Colbourne Street,
La Sana Rabia will share a true taste of Canadian culture at YYZ Live, a musical celebration with 150 performances from 75 local artists in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday!
Pearson International Airport is the first place newcomers touch our soil, the front door to a Toronto adventure, and the gateway to our great nation.
— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) August 2, 2017
Sun June 11th 1:00pm – 4:00pm Door time: 1:00 pm, Show time: 1:30 pm
Admission: $15 for Adults. $5 for Students and Seniors.
10 years and under free.
More information on the Lulaworld websitemore
This year’s fundraiser for the Summer 2017 session of Singing For Love will take place Saturday April 8 at Supermarket Restaurant and Bar, 268 Augusta Avenue, in the heart of Kensington Market.
Singing For Love offers the opportunity for young survivors of domestic violence to be heard, to tell their own stories in their own words, and to use music to find and grow their strength. Proceeds go to transportation and nutrition for the kids, and to supplement curricular resources.more
“Rock and Cumbia” with La Sana Rabia and our good friends the spectacular power trio BOMFIRE. You don’t want to miss our last show in Canada for 2016!
Doors open 9:30, the music will begin at 10pm.
Print out your PayPal “confirmation email” and bring it with you Saturday!
When you buy tickets and return to our site you also get a souvenir ticket you can print. Your PayPal “confirmation email” is your guarantee of admission.more
La Sana Rabia will perform at Ritmo y Color, Harbourfront Centre,
Sunday July 17, 2:30pm–3:30pm
Stage in the Round
235 Queens Quay West
There’s a little more on the Harbourfront site, and we’ll post more information as it becomes available. Watch this space!more
La Sana Rabia will perform at Toronto Ribfest Canada Day celebrations, Centennial Park.
Sunday July 3, 6:00pm–7:30pm
North Concert Stage
256 Centennial Park Rd.
Here’s the full schedule!more
This workshop offers the opportunity for young survivors of domestic violence to be heard, to tell their own stories in their own words, and to use music to find and grow their strength.
Children age 10 to 14 will receive instruction on the ukulele in tandem with a history and inspection of the Blues, write and record two pieces of their own. Guided by discussion and encounters with stories of dignity, respect and self discovery, participants collaborate to produce two story-songs on the theme of their happiest and saddest family memories.more
Rosy Cervantes and Sana Rabia have an artistic career of almost 20 years. Rosy is originally from Mexico, where she has participated in an impressive succession of international cultural events, such as Morelos International Festival in 2004, 2005 and 2006, the “Cervantino” Festival, up to the International Blues Encounter in Mexico in 2011. That’s the year Rosy came to live in Toronto, where she has continued participating in noteworthy festivals such as the Word and Image Festival in 2014, MexFest at Dundas Square, and at the Celebration of Independence of Mexico at Nathan Philips in 2014 and 2015. These events have allowed her to become well known on the Toronto scene.more