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TD Toronto Jazz Festival FREE-FOR-ALL-FRIDAY June 21 2013

From a media release:

THE TD TORONTO JAZZ FESTIVAL  LAUNCHES ITS 27TH ANNIVERSARY
Including FREE-FOR-ALL FRIDAY, free concerts and the complete lineup
June 21, 2013

The complete schedule of events for FREE-FOR-ALL-FRIDAY

Toronto - On Friday, June 21, the TD Toronto Jazz Festival will present its first-ever FREE-FOR-ALL FRIDAY where admission to the entire Festival is on us! Visit any participating club, venue or restaurant that day and enjoy the music free of charge.

Motown's legendary Smokey Robinson brings his classic hits to the TD Toronto Jazz Festival with a FREE concert! Feel the Motown sound move through the tent as it powers up the downtown core on Friday, June 21, at 8:00 p.m., at Nathan Phillips Square. Renowned for such hits as "Shop Around," "You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me," and "Baby That's Backatcha" and for his work as founder and frontman of the popular Motown vocal group, The Miracles, Robinson is not to be missed. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee will bring his catalogue of Motown hits with him as he kicks off summer.

Motown vocalists Martha Reeves and the Vandellas will join Robinson for the "Heat Wave," with a hot show that will have Festival-goers "Dancing in the Street" to a blend of jazz, blues, R&B, pop, doo-wop, rock and roll and soul!

Jazz will play throughout the city on June 21st for FREE, with various locations playing host to many talented performers throughout the day and late into the night. From the clubs, to the patios, to Nathan Phillips Square, travel the city and get your jazz on without a ticket.

The complete schedule of events for FREE-FOR-ALL-FRIDAY

FRIDAY, JUNE 21 FREE - some of the highlights:
Martha Reeves & The Vandellas / Smokey Robinson - Nathan Phillips Square 8pm
An Evening with Molly Johnson - Jazz Bistro 8pm          
Sondheim Project - Distillery District, Pure Spirits Patio 6pm            
Michael Dunston / Dave Young - Shops at Don Mills 8pm        
An Evening with Molly Johnson - Jazz Bistro 10:30pm

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