08 Jun Registration For Vancestock X Is Now Open!
Vancestock X: A COVID-Friendly, Physically Distant Day of Music and Fundraising
Cooper Mediation is excited that registration for this year’s Vancestock is now open.
Vancestock X, an annual fundraiser for Trails Youth Initiatives, takes place on Saturday, September 18, 2021. Doors open at 1 pm and the show will run from 2 pm until 5 pm, with a post-concert campfire, singsong and s’mores.
Vancestock X, a day of music and charity fundraising, will take place outdoors in a COVID-friendly, physically distant camp setting in compliance with applicable health and safety requirements.
Ready To RSVP? Please register today.
Not Sure You Can Join Us? Please consider making an online donation, nonetheless. Please donate today.
THE SHOW: ARTISTS
We’re very pleased to announce our musical acts for Vancestock X.
Our headliner is Dione Taylor. A Toronto-based artist who hails from Saskatchewan, Dione was nominated for a Juno in the blues category for her record Spirits in the Water in 2021.
In addition, we have Ian Janes – a talented artist, songwriter and producer from Nova Scotia. He writes and performs pop songs that are deeply influenced by soul, R&B and jazz. One of Ian’s songs “Can’t Remember Never Loving You” was prominently featured in the TV show “Nashville” as performed by the show’s two stars.
Our opening act, back for their ninth consecutive Vancestock, are a group of wonderfully talented musicians – Sisters & Brothers (Logan Cooper and Jessica Charendoff and their siblings).
IMPORTANT DETAILS ABOUT VANCESTOCK X
Date: Saturday, September 18, 2021
Time: Doors will open at 1 pm
Showtime: 2 – 5 pm [with a post-concert campfire, singsong and s’mores to follow the show]
Location: Trails Youth Initiatives
Address: 15599 Warden Avenue, Stouffville, ON L4A 2M9
Special Note: BYOC and B (Bring Your Own Chair and Beverages)
Registration / Donation Link: https://trails.ca/ways-to-support/events/vancestock-x/
ABOUT TRAILS YOUTH INITIATIVES
Trails Youth Initiatives is an organization that supports some of Toronto’s most vulnerable youth.
To learn more about Trails, visit their website Trails.ca or check out this promotional video. It not only provides insight into the work of Trails, but also provides a wonderful visual tour of the Trails Lakeside property.
WHY TRAILS NEEDS YOUR HELP NOW MORE THAN EVER
Trails Youth Initiatives challenges, equips and empowers vulnerable youth to be contributing members of the community.
The youth who benefit from Trails are, by the very nature of the charity, “at-risk-youth.” COVID-19 has increased these risks dramatically.
Many of the kids at Trails are members of visible minority communities. Recent events in Canada and the US have shone a bright light on the challenges facing visible minorities.