Honey Jam 2013 – August 15th @ The Mod Club

August 8, 2013


TORONTO –  The Honey Jam Canada Concert, celebrates its 18th anniversary at the Mod Club Theatre in Toronto (722 College Street) on Thursday, August 15, 2013.  Hosted by MuchMusic’s Lauren Toyota, the 2013 edition promises to deliver a night of exciting live entertainment with a diverse group of artists who were introduced at the recent launch – check out video highlights HERE

The lineup includes 20 artists from Nova Scotia, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and London representing pop, hip hop, r&b, soul, blues, rock and more.  Go to www.honeyjam.com and click on “2013 Artists” to see more info on the artists performing this year.

Tickets are available now online at ticketweb.ca or from Play de Record located at 357A Yonge Street.  Only $20 in advance, $25 at the door.  Proceeds support YWCA Toronto’s programmes for women & girls.

Sponsored by:  Slaight Music, Factor, TD, the Barbados Tourism Authority, Nelstar, Universal Music Canada, Flow 93.5, Canadian Musician, Much Music, Urbanology Magazine, Exclaim.ca, Yamaha Canada and OMDC


Honey Jam is an all female artist showcase and developmental initiative produced by non-profit organization PhemPhat Entertainment Group since 1995.  Along with producing the concert, they also provide opportunities to the artists including workshops on Songwriting, Media Training, and Vocal/Performance, one-on-one vocal training with celebrity coach Elaine Overholt, having a track featured on the Honey Jam compilation CD and a one hour A&R consultation session from Universal Music.
Additionally, one lucky artist will receive:

  • The Honey Jam Hookup Prize Pak including $3000 in equipment from Yamaha Canada, free entertainment lawyer consultation from Taylor, Klein Oballa, and a package from Think Fitness Studios
  • The opportunity to perform at Canada’s Walk of Fame Emerging Artist Stage
  • The opportunity to perform in Barbados, courtesy of the Barbados Tourism Authority.

Honey Jam also promotes and raises funds for women’s charities, with Proceeds from this year’s show to support YWCA Toronto’s programs for women and girls.

For more info on Honey Jam go to www.honeyjam.com or follow the tean on Twitter: @thehoneyjam



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