Go Electric Music Festival

Sunday, September 26, 2010 - 17:00 to 22:00

Join us for an afternoon in the park to send a message to Premier McGuinty that Toronto wants an electric rail link to the airport now, not dirty diesel.

Music and family activities all afternoon. Keynote speakers at 3 p.m. Show your support, bring family and friends.

Toronto musicians will deliver a great show for clean trains and clean air:

  • The drumming sounds of: Pound for Pound
  • Kids band: The Monkey Bunch
  • Indie rock recording artists: The Stormalongs
  • "Clean Train Anthem": Rob Joy
  • Singer songwriter: Peter Katz             

Presented by the Clean Train Coalition, a citizen group that represents communities along the Georgetown South rail corridor. We believe that a healthy environment and vibrant neighbourhoods depend on smart investment in public transit infrastructure. Build it once, build it right! www.cleantrain.ca

Sorauren Park
50 Wabash
Toronto , ON
43° 38' 53.0232" N, 79° 26' 31.5456" W
Ontario CA

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