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Sat, May 20


Library Terrace

Saturday Night London Arts Live with Uncle Cobes, Solo YT, Paris Monroe, DJ Wickham and more!

Live music every Saturday night in front of 267 Dundas St. in partnership with Dundas Place!

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Saturday Night London Arts Live with Uncle Cobes, Solo YT, Paris Monroe, DJ Wickham and more!

Time and Location

May 20, 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Library Terrace, 267 Dundas St, London, ON N6A 1H2, Canada

About the Event

Coby Bowen, aka Uncle Cobes, is a first year Music Industry Arts Student at Fanshawe College, now residing in London, Ontario. He has been into music since he was a child, with a very athletic and music upbringing. Making music and performing gives him the confidence and drive to do what he loves to do. He chose the name Uncle Cobes, as he was like an Uncle Figure to the younger generations in his home town of Brantford. Making music the past five years, Coby has explored various diversity in genres of music, choosing HipHop with a blend of RnB as his preferred choice of recording. 

Solo Yt is a Nigerian-born-west-African-raised artist currently based in London Ontario. He has a set of skills that makes him stand out from others, from the production of his own beats to the mixing and mastering of his own music entirely, Solo Yt has cultivated a sound that cannot be replicated by any other artist. His major genres are hip-hop and afrobeats and his music is influenced by the legendary fela kuti which he incorporates into his raps, and melodies. 

Tyrone Traher II, known professionally as Paris Monroe, is a Canadian singer-songwriter from London, Ontario. With a long history of creative endeavours, Traher began developing the concept of Paris Monroe in January of 2021. Traher discovered that the purpose of Paris Monroe is to create self-aware and relentlessly honest music that captures the entire spectrum of the human experience. 

DJ Wickham officially started his DJ career as part of the Caribbean Students' Organization (CSO) at Western University. He went on to merge his Bajan roots with the Kenyan roots of DELO, to co-found an Afro-Caribbean Entertainment company called Vybekingz Entertainment in London, ON. From there, DJ Wickham developed himself into a versatile DJ, spinning at signature events in London such as Afrik, Unity Jam, Sunfest Afterparty and more. His musical style is open format and includes Soca, Dancehall, Latin, Afrobeat, R&B, Hip-Hop and more. For more information about DJ Wickham visit

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