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Wednesday August 28, 2019
7:00 pm   |  Doors Open @ 6:30 pm
$20 Advanced   

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Save Our Stage Concert Series: Sarina Haggarty

Join us on Wednesday, August 28th for an intimate concert in The Aeolian’s Dave Southen Lounge, featuring the amazing Sarina Haggarty

The Aeolian’s Save Our Stage Concert Series happens on Wednesday nights throughout August and will feature some amazing local performers!

These concerts are being held to help raise money for some much needed stage repairs, as we get ready to launch our 2019-2020 season!

Save Our Stage Concert Series: Sarina Haggarty
Wednesday, August 28th
Dave Southen Lounge, Aeolian Hall
7pm (Doors at 6:30pm)
$20 + Eventbrite Fee



Sarina Haggarty has been making music for as long as she can remember. She has been an inspirational figure for many around the world. With the wide amount of support and fans, Sarina has performed in front of full houses in many of the venues in her hometown such as London Music Hall, Aoelian Hall, London Music Club and more. Sarina’s music has gained attention from many in the music industry for her soulful songs that are beyond her years. Successfully selling out London Ontario’s top venues, Sarina has released two EP’s in the past two years “Missing Pieces” in 2016 and her new EP “Compass” in 2018.

Born and raised in London, Sarina was always surrounded by musicians as her family is very musically inclined. She has been inspired by other artists around her and has used reality to help her write original music. Sarina’s music branches out into every genre possible.

She has had encounters with artists such as Sarah Smith, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Lennon & Maisy Stella, Kim Churchill, Shawn Mendes and Mark Schulman. Growing up, Sarina was a Make-A-Wish patient, and dreamed to perform on stage with a major artist. She did upload a cover video while in the hospital of her singing “Don’t Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers ft. Daya which went viral and got noticed by thousands with much feedback. She then had the opportunity to perform at Quicken Loans Arena during a sold out Shawn Mendes concert in Cleveland, Ohio where she shared her first original ever written song “Distracted”. A couple weeks later, her wish was said to be a highlight of 2017 internationally and she then started attending Make-A-Wish conferences worldwide as a speaker and a guest performer. From Toronto, Phoenix and Dublin – it never gets old. Experiencing the tour life encouraged her to have high hopes and keep dreaming to be on her own successful tour one day.

This past year Sarina has been involved in things such as London Music Office, Jack Richardson Music Awards (Winning Fan Favourite 2018 and presenting the award in 2019), Western Fair, Bethany’s Hope Foundation, London Celebrates Canada, Make-A-Wish, Epilepsy Support SWO, LHSC and many events she gets asked to perform at. Sarina has performed in local open mic nights along with the national anthem for the London lightening and on Canada Day at Harris Park. Sarina regularly uses her music ability to raise money for various charities in any way possible. She is involved in all Forest City London scene and is grateful for all the musicians and management she has met.

Sarina frequently gets interviewed on National Radio stations and has had many articles written on her journey and music. Radio stations such as Country 104, CFPL 980, 103.1 Fresh Fm, Fm 96.7, Jack Fm, CBC London, Easy 101 and CHYM 96.7. Starting local, she then ended up live on air with Niall Boland on Classic Hits 94-105FM in Dublin, Ireland. She has shared her journey with companies such as CTV, London Health Science Centre, CBC, CORUS and Rogers.

She is currently attending Fanshawe’s Music Industry Arts learning from professors and meeting more musicians of all ages. She is heading into studio this year with unbelievable producers and engineers, getting ready to release new music of her own genre.