July 2, 2022

leoblu + Lucas Silveira

@ Stage-in-the-Park

Canada, Åland

Lucas Silveira

Lucas Silveira, Photo courtesy of the artist

Event Info At A Glance

Price Overview: Free

Venue Overview: Stage-in-the-Park

This event is a Nordic Spotlight, part of Nordic Bridges.

Overview

Åland musician leoblu wraps us in velvety dream pop at the Stage-in-the-Park, while The Cliks frontman Lucas Silveira intertwines piano and guitar soundscapes as the first transgender man signed to a major record label.

About leoblu

leoblu is the solo project of singer, songwriter and producer Julia Carlsson. Originally from the Åland Islands, Carlsson resides in Berlin, Germany, and describes her influences as “dusty streets and deep oceans.” Inspired by dark pop, bombastically minimalistic soundscapes and melancholic harmonies, she delivers her deepest thoughts wrapped in velvety dream pop.  

After gaining global momentum with her song “Still Dancing,” which was featured as the soundtrack to the Netflix series The Protector, leoblu has performed on indie festival stages worldwide, from Stockholm to Taipei from Madrid to Buenos Aires.  

In 2022, leoblu will release her new EP Blue Rain – a self-produced body of work that mixes her childhood’s folk-influenced guitar with multilayered harmonies and a vulnerable sense of newfound freedom. 

About Lucas Silveira

Lucas Silveira is best known as the frontman for the Canadian rock band, The Cliks and for being the first out, transgender man signed to a major record label (Warner Music/Tommy Boy Silver Label).  

Currently promoting his new solo album release, The Goddamn Flowers, this departure in his musical style intertwines piano-led soundscapes and vulnerable acoustic guitar compositions, all led by beautiful vocal melodies that strike a deep chord. Silveria is also a writer and the co-host of TV docuseries on Out TV/Fuse TV, Shine True

Dates & Times

July 2
5pm – leoblu + Lucas Silveira
6:30pm – leoblu + Lucas Silveira

Venue

Stage-in-the-Park

A small stage in the grass on the west campus

Outdoors, No formal seating

Wheelchair Accessible

235 Queens Quay W.

Toronto, ON, M5J 2G8

Keywords MusicPerformance