Monday Program's First-Ever TMP Fest To Take Place on Sunday at Crosslens


Poster for the Monday Program's upcoming festival. - COURTESY OF THE MONDAY PROGRAM
  • Courtesy of the Monday Program
  • Poster for the Monday Program's upcoming festival.
The Monday Program, a local collective founded by Corey Grand alongside Walker OG, was created as a space to foster inspiration through music production but has grown into a space of inspiration for all artistic expression. The Monday Program’s latest project, The Summer Pack, is available on all streaming outlets in addition to three other projects and also individual albums from both Grand and Walker OG.

“The Monday Program is a diverse group of individuals who meet every Monday,” says co-founder Walker OG through text exchange. “They produce music, create art and generate progressive, culture engaging ideas to share with the local community and beyond.”

On Sunday, the Monday Program will have its inaugural TMP Fest at Crosslens, a photography, art and concert venue in the Waterloo Arts District.

“You can expect to see some of those ideas at work this Sunday at TMP Fest,” says Walker OG. “[It's] a festival consisting of food, vendors, games, craft cocktails and performances.”

TMP Fest is slated to be both an indoor and outdoor affair with performances from the Monday Program themselves, Chelsea Pastel, Kipp Stone, Broken Keys and Lil Sis.

The Fest will also feature DJ sets from Theo, DJ Red-I, DJ Eso and MYNAMEISBRAVO.

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