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Share the Land Charity Concert


  • By Luke Smith


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Share the Land Charity Concert

Fanshawe College's Music Industry Arts program is set to host its 9th annual Share the Land concert on February 12th at London Music Hall. Each year, Fanshawe College's Music Industry Arts (MIA) students assume various roles including promotion, executive direction, artist management and more to present a night of incredible live music. In their respective roles, students work alongside the program's artists for months to prepare and produce a truly unique show. 

 

The show will feature over 20 bands from the MIA program. Each band plays one Canadian tribute, uniquely styling the song with the band's own sound. The audience will have the chance to experience many of the songs they know and love in ways that they would never imagine hearing them. The show is truly one of a kind. 

 

The production of this annual show, formerly named "Share the Man", began as a tribute to the late Jack Richardson. Known as the "Godfather" of the Canadian music industry, Jack was also a faculty member of the Music Industry Art program. Now the program teams up with and directs proceeds to a different charitable foundation each year. This year the team has decided to partner with the Sick Kids Foundation

 

Make your way to London Music Hall for a truly unique show, an opportuninty to support local developing artists, and most importantly, an opportunity to support the Sick Kids Foundation.

 

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here

If you are interested in seeing the performances but can not make it, a youtube live stream will be announced on the FanshaweMIA Instagram and Facebook page. 

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