Culture | Who to see at OAP, week two

Week two's must-see acts

In case you missed it, Open Air Pub (or OAP for short) is back for another week of beer, burgers, and music in Three Bares Park, also known as that ditch next to the Arts Building with a fountain in it. Here’s a list of acts you’ll regret not seeing. 


Catch Tonal Ecstasy, McGill’s oldest a cappella group as they take the OAP stage to serenade you with perfectly harmonized covers of pop, R&B, jazz, and hip-hop numbers.


Shyre is a local alt-pop project that combines orchestral violin, viola, cello, and piano with a pop-driven drumbeat. Make sure to catch their ethereal set and accompanying prose readings.


Self-described as ‘funkadelic swing,’ Static Gold is an amalgam of twenties jazz, eighties funk, and soul. OAP-ers are lucky to have Static Gold gracing the stage, so be sure to catch their contagious set.


In the mood for psychedelic grunge rock and jazz? Fleece has you covered. Catch their set for music that sits somewhere between BadBadNotGood and Tame Impala.