Everbloom Music Festival Announces 2021 Lineup
The First Canadian Hip Hop and R&B
Virtual Music Festival of 2021
FUNDED BY FACTOR CANADA
JANUARY 30TH, 2021 7PM EST
Everbloom Virtual Music Festival has announced the official lineup of participating Canadian hip hop and R&B artists. Organized by Waveland Canada, with support from Music Canada and the City of Toronto, Everbloom features an incredible lineup of established and breakout musicians for the 2.5 hour virtual experience taking place on January 30, 2021 at 7 PM EST. The festival is free to attend, and will be hosted on Happin, a Toronto-based livestream platform with a passion for the music industry.
Everbloom 2021 Lineup:
The Free Label
Kei-Li & HMLT
Full details of the schedule will be available soon on Everbloomfestival.com
About FACTOR Canada
FACTOR (the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings) is a public/private partnership that supports the production of sound recordings by Canadian musicians and helps Canadian music companies make recordings available to a wider public. FACTOR is committed to reflecting the diversity of the Canadian population in its programs and operations. We are committed to ensuring universal access to all funds and services, including all musical expressions and talent. We will also in our work encourage these values of diversity and inclusiveness within the broader Canadian music sector.
About City of Toronto
The City of Toronto’s Music Office (a unit of Film & Entertainment Industries, Economic Development and Culture) exists to nurture the city’s music community through policy, recommendations, and advocacy.
About Music Canada
Music Canada is a non-profit trade organization founded in 1964 that promotes the interests of its members as well as their partners, the artists. Our members are: Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc. Universal Music Canada Inc., and Warner Music Canada Co.
Waveland is a Canadian nonprofit music organization committed to celebrating and empowering the Canadian music scene. We believe that experiencing and engaging with Canadian music is a major contributing factor to sustaining social bonds among the people within our communities. Our mission is to help make Canada the incubator for musical talent and contribute towards building more vibrant, positive, and inclusive communities. We aim to use the instrument of Canadian music as a way of drawing attention to important topics that impact Canadians directly such as; mental health, education, and equality.