The Countdown of CMW 2017 on Mobile

Canadian Music WeekFor 34 years, Canadian Music Week has invited local, national and international artists and groups to Toronto to share the music of the world. Now prepping for the 35th installment, CMW 2017 will have 40 countries participating in the global event and musical fête, commemorating the joys of live music as well as the business side of things. The upcoming event will highlight France and also place a special focus on Italy, and with organisers having recently announced the 2017 dates, the best way to countdown to next April and receive updates on performers and event access is by downloading the CMW app.

Though we may be a long way away from next spring, the app will be extremely useful in providing you the necessary information for the festival. Music is a powerful theme in the app world, as companies such as BitTorrent transition into music streaming while online gaming providers celebrate legends such as Elvis as seen on the mobile casino hub Pocketfruity. It would only make sense for North America’s premiere Canadian music festival to also get in on the action, making sure fans and potential attendees are in the loop before and during the week of live performances.

If you haven’t attended a CMW festival in the past, the week is also filled with industry conferences, a trade exhibition, film festival, award shows, as well as a comedy festival, so there is plenty to check out while waiting in between your favourite acts. Live performance venues are located all throughout downtown Toronto, all of which will be indicated on the map feature of the app. Extras features on the CMW app include a social category to connect with festival goers, along with a photo booth feature so that you can document and log your experiences during this fantastic week of music.

The app is available to download from Google Play and the App Store.

Written by Destrukto. Original content here: Canadian Music News

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Destrukto is a musician, songwriter and producer from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada with college diplomas in both business and computers. Destrukto has spent well over 10 years playing in, recording and promoting Canadian bands.