Unique Art and Live Music Event Set to Hit Brampton
It’s no secret that Brampton has a growing arts and culture scene, and tons of talent has stemmed from our city.
And if you want to be in the know with what’s going on with local talent in Brampton, there’s an event coming up that you’ll want to reserve an evening for.
It promises digital art, photography, and live music galore.
Meta Brampton is happening on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at the Den at Sheridan College on McLaughlin Road in Brampton, kicking off at 7:30 p.m.
This free event boasts a series of Brampton talent, from vocalists, to photographers, to violinists, and more.
"Meta Brampton is a celebration of art and the advancements moving it forward,” said Nav Nanwa, event curator, Meta Brampton, in a recent statement.
“People are surrounded by new technology that is pushing the limits and allowing artists to express themselves in ways we never seen or heard before. This has resulted in a digital world where individuals are constantly connected and always seeking what's 'new' with experiences playing a huge role in that.”
So, who’s on the docket?
Headlining the event is Electronic fusion group kLoX, featuring Gurpreet Chana - "the Tabla Guy" - and classical violinist Robert Mason. kLoX is featured in our cover photo, courtesy of event organizers.
Popular Brampton rapper Haviah Mighty - who recently headlined for Snoop Dogg - will showcase a special DJ set. Vocalist, producer and DJ, Sikh Knowledge, and Diana Reyes aka. Fly Lady Di are also set to perform.
Alongside the live entertainment is a special showcase featuring digital art and photography by local artists, in partnership with Beaux Arts Brampton.
“Photography enthusiasts will have an opportunity to show their city some love through BrampLENS - a digital photo contest, open to all ages and levels of experience,” reads the statement.
And, Brampton’s first virtual reality arcade Ctrl V will host a fun demo of their games.
The entire event is put on by the Arts and Culture Initiative of South Asia (ACISA) and Surmun.
For more information, click here.
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