Glory Days Music Showcase




Jul 11

8:00 pm

11:55 pm


The Piston

937 Bloor St W



Welcome to the Glory Days Music Showcase!

Come join us at The Piston for a night filled with incredible music from local queer artists. Get ready to dance, sing along, and have a great time with friends. This event promises to be a night to remember! Tickets are $15 and only available on Eventbrite.


blue monday is 25 year old singer/songwriter Carmen Pizarro, born, raised and based out of Toronto. Inspired by artists like Maggie Rogers, Justin Vernon, Robyn and Frank Ocean, blue monday blends layered harmonies with raw, lyrical intimacy. Blue monday wants to write honestly and draws inspiration from her queer experience, the intersection of love and sadness, and every body of water to ever exist. After years of writing music exclusively for Soundcloud and the four walls of her bedroom, blue monday wants you to feel what she feels and hear it in everything she makes.


Myrriah Xochitl (pronounced Mariah so-chill) is a powerful and vulnerable story teller. As a music artist, actor, and songwriter Myrriah strives for authenticity and connection through their rock, pop, and folk influences using music as a landscape to be themselves fully and boldly. With their recent EP and music video BOLD released in 2023 Myrriah Xochitl is excited to connect and share their music with you. Let’s be bold together.


Takaayla’s sapphic pop grunge is anything but easy to describe. Born in Toronto, Canada in 2000, Takaayla has a fearless determination to create music that breaks boundaries and inspires listeners. Drawing inspo from movies, dreams, personal and also friends' experiences , Using dark pop sounds and rock undertones Takaayla’s single “Losing my mind!” talks about her personal experience with a sleep paralysis demon while her debut pop single “run from me” talks about her personal demons and fake friends.