July 1, 2022

Serena Ryder

+ Tanika Charles


Serena Ryder

Serena Ryder, Photo courtesy of the artist


Serena Ryder returns to the Harbourfront Centre Concert Stage 20 years to the date of her debut, winning six JUNO awards and capturing the hearts of millions in the time between. Ryder is joined by high energy – cross genre rock, gospel and country artist Tanika Charles!

About Tanika Charles

Formerly the best-kept secret in soul music, Toronto-based Tanika Charles has become a known genre staple both at home and abroad. Her music revels in honesty and attitude, her live show is high energy and endearing, and she continues to win audiences over one stream, one Shazam and one encore at a time.  

Backed by her band, The Wonderfuls, Charles has embarked on five international tours across nine countries since releasing Soul Run, including 70+ headlining performances. Together they oscillate between faithful recreations of her studio recordings and cross genre nods to rock, gospel and country influences. In 2019 she had the honour of being named the inaugural Polaris Artist-in-Residence for 2020 at the Studio Bell National Music Centre. 

About Serena Ryder

Vocal powerhouse Serena Ryder is a platinum-selling artist adored by fans, peers and critics alike due to her raw and earnest songwriting and beautifully electric live performances. She has received numerous accolades, including the prestigious Canada’s Walk of Fame Allan Slaight Music Impact Honour, six JUNO Awards, a MuchMusic Video Award for Best Rock Video and a Canadian Screen Award for Achievement in Music–Original Song. Ryder has also been awarded the Margaret Trudeau Mental Health Advocacy Award due to her advocacy for mental wellness.   

With her recent album, The Art of Falling Apart, Ryder invites listeners to join her mental wellness journey and help us understand the importance of sitting with the uncomfortable moments and the wisdom in their messages. Over a driving pop sound bursting with irresistible rhythms, pulsing bass lines and the full range of her powerful and expressive voice, she pulls listeners through her winding, transformational journey, detailing despair, toxic relationships and breakdowns alongside hope, joy and big, big love. 

Access Info

Accessible seating will be available towards the front of the seating area and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

Dates & Times

July 1
8pm – Tanika Charles
9:30pm – Serena Ryder


Concert Stage

Outdoors, Covered

Wheelchair Accessible

235 Queens Quay W.

Toronto, ON, M5J 2G8

Keywords MusicPerformance