Past Events

2016 —

SKYLIGHT FESTIVAL, July 29-31, 2016, Paris, Ontario
Keynote address Friday 29th; Mainstage evening concert Saturday and Sunday evenings. Afternoon concert Saturday afternoon.

July 13th -Featured artist/justice seeker: Spirit Talk at

June – Diem received Canada Council Artist Development Grant to study Photoshop and return to photography and CD design

June 18 – Aboriginal Day in Orangeville, with Thomas Gannon Hamilton,

Monday, May 30 – Sarouran Farmers’ Market, 50 Wabash Avenue, Toronto. 5 – 6:30

May 15 – Neighbourhood of Nations Solstice Arts and Craft Bazaar at Council Fire.
Allan Gardens, Toronto, 12 – 3 p.m.

April 27, 28 & May 4 – Courageous Voices 2016, AS PERFORMED BY THE GRADE 8 STUDENTS OF E.A.S.T. ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL OF TORONTO. For more info see:
Special thank you to Ezra Unger-Brandt for his kindness, courage, grace and patience. Ezra interviewed Diem for several hours and transcribed the interviews word for word from the recordings. Ezra and Diem have been friends for over 6 years.

Description: In a performance called Courageous Voices, the EAST Alternative School’s Grade 8 class honours people who have fought for social justice and made a difference. Courageous Voices begins with the students examining Joseph Campbell’s “The Hero with a Thousand Faces”.
Each student chooses an individual they are passionate about and they argue that person’s case as a hero/heroine. After the students have successfully convinced their teachers and peers, they research the life of the hero/heroine and develop a speech in that person’s words.
The performance is based entirely on the words of the courageous people the students have chosen. The class combines their speeches, weaving together portraits of their hero, the dialogue and music into a powerful production featuring some of the greatest words ever written or spoken.

Diem states: “There is no greater honour than to be respected by children and no greater sign of respect than to be honoured by children – thank you, Ezra. I am overwhelmed by this work and being included with many of my heroes in this. Thank you to all involved in this production, project and community. It is always a creator’s dream to have their work performed. Hearing “Where Are All the Children?”; “And On the Evidence”, and “Shaking the Foundation” brought tears to my eyes and is one of the greatest honours I have ever experienced in my life.”

March 5 – ERDCO Celebration and Annual General Meeting, Orchard View Public Library, Toronto, 2 – 5 p.m.

January 31 – Free Times Cafe, Benefit for Michelle Lecie, 8 – 11:30, Toronto Ontario

2015 –

TTC Busker Licence – 2015 – 2018 – various stations, various times

December 12 – Council Fire, 3 – 6 p.m. Toronto, Ontario

December 8 –People Called Women, 7:30 p.m. Toledo, Ohio

October 24 – “What’s Love Got to With It?” – A gathering for people who care about brothers and sisters who have experienced abuse, poverty, addictions, imprisonment and homelessness.
8:30 (registration) 9:30 – 4:30 (light lunch is provided)
St. John’s York Mills Church, 19 Don Ridge Drive, Toronto (
Musical performance and critical thinker participant

Original Indigenous 2015 – ImagineNative Film & Media Arts Festival 2015 – October 14 -18
“Where Are All the Children?” – a music video film by Diem Lafortune & Allan Lissner premieres’ at the Bell Light Box, Cinema 2, Saturday, October 17th, 12:15 p.m.

October 14, at 8:00 p.m at the Musideum – A World of Musical Instruments
Diem LaFortune & The Horables in concert sharing the stage
410 Richmond West, Ground Floor, Toronto
$20.00 Reservations
More info at:

October 3, Saturday – Toronto Disability Pride March
Queen’s Park to 99 Gerrard East – 1 -4 p.m.

Sundays – The Outpost Coffee Roaster’s Totally Acoustic Performance
Irregularly on Sundays from 2 – 4:00 p.m.
1578 Bloor Street West, Toronto
The best coffee east or west of Italy!

September 26, Saturday – Raise the Roof – Silent Auction to benefit Aurora House
TUMC – 1774 Queen St E, Toronto 5 – 7 p.m.
Musical performance

September 19, Black Creek Village Mennonite Festival, North Toronto
Concert 2 – 3 p.m.

September 16, Mennonite Heritage Club – St. Clair & O’Connor, Toronto
Performing Music and discussion on the TRC

August 2015 – Rise Up Singing, published – Diem’s “Mr. Businessman’s Blues” included

July 31st – August 2nd, [Friday – Sunday] – The Skylight Festival – a festival for people of diverse backgrounds to explore justice, arts and faith
Main Stage Evening Concert. – Friday 9:15 – 10:15
Songwriters workshop – 9 a.m. Saturday
Paris, Ontario

July 18 – 19, [Saturday & Sunday] In Community as musical/message guest and gifter with Ched Myers, Mauricio Salgado and Spiritus Christi Church. Rochester, New York
For more info:
Spiritus Christi Church

July 9th – 12th – Cahoots: a festival of faith, social justice & DIY!
Liebenzell Mission of Canada
12168 First Line Nassagaweya
Milton, ON L0P IJ0
Featured Mid-festival Concert – July 11th

June 29th, Sorauren Market Monday Farmers’ Market Featured Performer 4 – 6 p.m.
Sorauren Market @ Sorauren + Wabash

June 14th, Andy’s Open Stage @ The Madhus, 1:30 p.m.
Featured performance @ 3:30 p.m. performance
982 Kingston Road, Toronto
Visit Andy’s site @

May 28th, Thursday – Global Youth Conference 2015: Indigenous Voices
“A Failure to Communicate and What We Can Do About It”
Victoria Park Collegiate Institute
15 Wallingford Rd, North York, ON M3A 2V1, (416) 395-3310

May 17, Sunday – TUMC (Toronto United Mennonite Church), 1774 Queen Street East, Toronto.
Sermon: “Patriarchy! Be gone! – Revalidating the Gifts of the Mother in the Great Mystery”.
Musical message: “Where Are All the Children?”

May 7, Thursday – The 12th Annual GYD (Global Youth Day Conference)‘Restoring Balance on Mother Earth by Reclaiming our Responsibilities, Youth Taking Action on Climate Change’
Speaker: “Environmental Racism, Colonialism & Allyship: Where Do We Go from Here?”.
PACE @ PCVS, located at 201 McDonnel Street (Between Aylmer and George st) Peterborough ON, K9H 2W1
Sponsored by Kiwartha World Interests Centre, Trent University:

May 2nd, Saturday – Socialist Mayday Celebrations Free Times Cafe, 320 College Street,Toronto
Performer –

Tuesday, April 28th – The Kitchen Party, Mama D and October Brown.
Part of the 2 conferences below.
Casa Internazionale della Donne, 9 p.m. – 11:00. Rome, Italy

Monday April 27th – The Maternal Roots of the Gift Economy, Casa Internazionale della Donne, via della Lungara 19, Rome, Italy.
Mini concert

Saturday April 25th – The Maternal Roots of the Gift Economy, see above
Speaker: Indigenous Women’s Knowledge: Family Preservation & Traditional Adoption Practices

Thursday, April 23rd – Maternal Subjectivities: Psychoolgy/Psychoanalysis, Literature, Culture and the Arts. Casa Internazionale della Donne, via della Lungara 19, Rome, Italy.
Speaker: Gift Economy Panel – “In the Middle of my Life I Found My Way: What the Reproductive Technology Discourse Needs to Learn from the Adopted People”

March 29,Sunday – The Lazy Cat Café – 3:00pm, Bain Co-op Community Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Featured Musician
Thank you, Folks! We had a full house!!!

February 21st & 22nd – Permaculture Living Convergence. Ryerson University, Toronto.
Speaker: Indigenous Panel – ADR in the Commons [Alternative Dispute Resolution]

February 18th & 19th, Wednesday & Thursday – WALKNG IN TWO WORLDS
Centennial College, 441 Progress Avenue, Toronto.
Speaker on Plenary panel: Barriers to Education for Indigenous Students.

February 15th, Sunday – Wilmot Mennonite Church
2995 Bleams Rd, New Hamburg, ON N3A 3J3
Sermon and musical message

Monday Janurary 19th – Martin Luther King Celebration, Bluffton, Ohio.
Concert: Bluffton Town Hall, 7:30 P.M.…/martin-luther-king-day-concert-with-di…

Saturday, Janurary 17th – Mama D in Concert @ People Called Women
6060 Renaissance Place, Ste. F in Toledo, Ohio, 43623. (419) 469-8983

Friday, January 16th – The Windsor Youth Centre, 1321 Wyandotte Street East
Concert & Motivational speaking


November 22nd – Fat Albert’s Coffee House, 25 Cecil Street, Toronto
Doors open at 7:30, feature on @ 9 p.m. sharp, Cover $2.00
The old running open stage coffeehoue in North America
Featured performer

November 16th – BETHANY MENNONITE CHURCH, Virgil
572 East and West Line, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0
(905) 468-3505
Sermon and musical message

October 16th – Folk Music Ontario Art Beat. Part of the artists in the community programming sponsored by Folk Music Ontario. Private performance in a community residence or home.

October 6th – Sorauren Farmer’s Market
Music at the Market, performer of the week, 4 – 6 p.m.

October 5th – Mama D’s Birthday Party 6 p.m. @ the Young Thailand Restaurant 446 Parliament Street, Toronto. Followed by a casual gathering @ the Flying Beaver Pubaret Open Stage @ 488 Parliament.

September 20, 2014 – Black Creek Mennonite Festival, Black Creek Pioner Village, Toronto. Performances 11 – 11:30 a.m. & 2 – 3 p.m.September 12 – 14, 2014. Black Mennonite Women Rock! 62nd Annual Central Mennonite Committee Women’s Conference. Freidenswald Retreat, Cassopolis, Michigan.

September 9th, 2014 – Menno Nite At the Musideum, and Evening with Diem Lafortune and Elise Epp. 7:30 401 Richmond street West, Ground Floor, Toronto. $20.00

July 28 – July 31, 2014 – Mennonite Church of Canada’s Native Assembly, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Member of the Worship Band. Evening performance.

July 17th – 20th, 2014 – International Conference of Genocide Scholars. University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Panel: “Genocide and the Time of Childhood – Behind the 60s Scoop – The Privatization of Genocide”. Dinner performance.

June 26 – 29th, Wild Goose Festival, Hot Springs, North Carolina. Featured performer at the Festival Cafe.  Panelist: Respecting Indigenous knowledge

June 5 – 8th, 2014 – Sound on the Land 2014 – MennoFolk Festival, Conrad Grebel University College, University of Waterloo. Info:

June 4th, Conrad Grebel – Student Coffee House, Community Dinner and music, 5:30 – .

May 11th, Sunday – Community Mennonite Church, Stouffville, Ontario, 11 a.m. Guest preacher – “Walking the Walk: What does knocking the money lenders tables’ over in the temple look like today?” Info:

May 10th, Saturday – Decolonizing the Heart. Presented by Beit Zatoun and Bear Image Productions, 1 – 5 p.m. 612 Markham Street, 647 726 9500 See: news on this site for more information. FB page to come.

May 8th, 2014 – Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts. Quaker Meeting House, 60 Lowther Avenue, Toronto. Time: TBC For more info:

May 3rd, 2014 – Building A Vocal Community sonsored by Dr. Ysaye Barnwell and The First Unitarian Church of Hamilton. Participant. Info: &

April 30th, Wednesday – “A FAIR COUNTRY: TRUTH OR FAIRYTALE?” The Church of the Redeemer invites you to a conversation with John Ralston Saul. 162 Bloor Street West (@ Avenue Road), Toronto 7:00 p.m. with music by CFMA 2013 Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year Nominee, Diem Lafortune [Mama d]

April 26th – Friday, 2014, 7 p.m. – Annual Socialist May Day Celebration in Toronto, at the Free Times Cafe, 320 College Street (two blocks west of Spadina).

April 6, 13, 20, 27 – 2014 – NOT MY DOG Sunday Night Residence –  1510 Queen St W, (416) 532-2397, early show 8 – 10:30 p.m. Toronto. NO COVER! Support this place – it supports musicians!

April 4 & 5, Friday/Saturday 2014 – NEW PATHS: Canadian Baptist Indigenous Peoples’ Ministry Conference.  Lorne Park Baptist Church, 1500 Indian Road, Mississauga. Details:

March 18, Tuesday 2014 – Between Indigenous & Settler Cultures, presented by the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Boardromm 1, 47 Queen’s Park Circle East For more info:

February 12th, 2014 – Monday 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. Osgoode Hall Law School. Panelist: Are We Still Racial Profiling? Presented by the Osgoode’s Black Law Students’ Association.

February 1, 2014 – Sunday – 7:30 The CentralChris Birkett ( with a guest apprearane by Mama D, 603 Markham St.  (south of Bloor, 1 west of Bathurst)

January 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 – NOT MY DOG – The Early Show Special Friday Night Residence @  – 1510 Queen St W, (416) 532-2397, 8 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Toronto –NO COVER! – Support this place – it supports musicians!

December 3rd, Tuesday – Best of Free Times Cafe Open Stage @ The Free Times Cafe – Diem’s on at 8 p.m. 320 College Street, Toronto. For more

November 30th, Saturday – PERMACULTURE CONVERSION, November 20 – December 1st. 160 Bartley Drive, Toronto. Info at:

November 3, 17, 24 – NOT MY DOG Sunday Night Residence –  1510 Queen St W, (416) 532-2397, 10 p.m. – 2 p.m. Toronto. NO COVER! Support this place – it supports musicians!

November 20th, Wednesday –  Fat Albert’s Coffeehouse – Diem is the featured artist on the 20th. Fat’s is the oldest running open stage coffeehouse in North America. Doors open at 7 p.m. for setting up; sign-up is @ 7:30; show starts at 8; feature is on form 9 sharp until 9:30; we’re out of there by midnight. For more info:

November 18th, Monday – The Central’s Monday Early Evening Showcase – 7 – 9:30 p.m. 603 Markham St. south of Bloor,

November 16th, Saturday – ACOUSTIC HARVEST – opening for the incredibly talented and kind Ken Whiteley. Doors open 7 p.m. For more

November 15th, Friday – Corby Orbit – Live interview 5 – 7

November 8 – 10th – CANADIAN FOLK MUSIC AWARDS, Calgary – SOCAN SONGWRITER SHOWCASE, 10 a.m. @ The Ironwood Grill with Maria Dunn, Stephen Fearing & Justin Rutledge. More info:

October  17 – 20, FOLK MUSIC ONTARIO (FMO) [previously OCFF – Ontario council of FOlk Festivals], Delts Madowvale in Mississauga. Diem is part of the Songwriters’ United Private Showcase. Mor info:

October 10th, Thursday – Career Talk & Life Stories – Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton catholic Secondary School, bloor Street West, Toronto – private

October 8th, Tuesday – OSS TALKS – Angela Bischoff, Greenspiration & The Ontario Clean Air Alliance presents: Switching Off Nuclear Power with Mycle Schneider, Co-author of The World Nuclear Industry Status Report and Winner of the Right Livelihood Award, Diem will be opening the evening with a 30 minute set. 61 Ossington, Free, donations accepted, Toronto

September 30th, Monday – The Central, Musical Mondays – 7 – 9 p.m. with Sarah Siddiqui & Robert O’Neill, 603 Markham [just south of Bloor, 1 west of Bathurst], Toronto

September 23rd, Monday – Musician’s at the Market, presented by the Sorauren Farmers’ Market & West-end Food Co-op, 4 :30 – 6:45 p.m. Toronto, 2013

September 21st, Saturday – Toronto Mennonite Festival, Black Creek Pioneer Village, Diem is on at 10:30 – 11 a.m. but come out for the whole day. Great food and great music and wonderful people.

September 14th, Saturday – Songwriters Unite, Graffiti’s Bar, with Vivenne Wilder, Glen Hornblast, & Cody MacMillan. 9 p.m. – 45.00. 170 Baldwin Street in Kensigton Market, Toronto

September 3, 10, 17, 24 – Tuesday Night Residence – Not My Dog, 1510 Queen St W, (416) 532-2397, 10 p.m. – 2 p.m. Toronto

August 12th, Monday – Musician’s at the Market, presented by the Sorauren Farmers’ Market & West-end Food Co-op, 4 :30 – 6:45 p.m. Toronto, 2013

July 21st, Sunday – Not My Dog, 510 Queen St W, (416) 532-2397, 10 p.m. – 2 p.m. Toronto
July 27th, Saturday – Mama D is on at 1:10 p.m. at the Toronto Bicycle Music Festival: a free mobile music festival that moves through the city and is powered by bicycles. Founded in 2010, inspired by San Francisco’s Bicycle Music Festival. This year we won an award from the City of Toronto for being green and for giving to the community. At the ceremony they asked if we would be interested in running a stage at the Livegreen Festival.

Here is the website:

July 27th & 28th, Saturday & Sunday – LabCab Festival Parkdale. Mama D is at the OM Resaurant each day for 15 minutes @ 3:15 p.m. Come on out for the day and catch 6 – 8 or more different artists throughout the neighbourhood as you mozey around Parkdale and check out the many locations hosting the LabCab Festival. Check out the schedule at

June 29th, Saturday – PRIDE DAY TORONTO (festivities all day), North Stage [see pridedaytoronto2013), 7 p.m. Toronto

July 27th, Saturday – City of Toronto Bicycle Musical Festival & Live Green Festival, Queen & Yonge, 1:00 p.m. Toronto

June 12th, Wednesday – LGBTQ Pride, 333 Sherbourne, 7 – 9 p.m. Toronto

June 23rd, Sunday – National Aboriginal History Month Celebration & Education @ Ellington’s, 805 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto, 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. 2013

June 8th, Saturday – COME HOLY SPIRIT: A Ritual of Hope for a Planet in Crisis On World Ocean Day (elder & musician), Loretta College, 70 St. Mary Street, Toronto, 2 – 4 p.m. 2013

May 30th, Thursday, 2013 – Catweazle: Community for Sharing & Warm Fuzzy Feelings, Smock Café, 287 Roncesvalles, Toronto, 7:30 p.m. 2013

May 25th, Saturday – Songwriters Unite @ The Free Times Café, 320 College Street, Toronto, 8:30 p.m. 2013

May 25 – 26, Saturday & Sunday 2013 – City of Toronto Open Doors Festival, @the Native Child & Family Services Building, 30 College Street, 2 – 4 p.m. 2013

May 10th, Friday – TUMC Coffeehouse (Toronto United Mennonite Church), 1744 Queen Street East, Toronto, 7 p.m. 2013

May 9th – 11th, Friday & Saturday – LAW CULTURE CRITIQUE Graduate CONFERENCE, presented by Osgoode Hall Law School, (presenter & performance) @ Ryerson University, 63 Gould Street, Toronto, 2013

April 20 -21, Saturday & Sunday, 2013 – Spring Into Parkdale, presented by the Parkdale Business Improvement Association, @The Amphitheatre, Toronto, 4- 5 p.m. 2013

April 22nd, Monday – Mother Earth Day [speaker/performer) presented by IDLE NO MORE TORONTO, @ the Brickworks, 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. 2013

April 27th, Saturday – Concessions No More sponsored by the NDP Socialist Caucus (and various unions), @ The Free Times Café, 320 College Street, Toronto, 8 p.m.

April 16th., Tuesday, 9 p.m. – C’est What? opening for Tim Armour,  @the southwest corner of Front & Church, Toronto

March 31st, Sunday, The Central, The Dinner Show, Toronto, 5 – 8 pm with special guests, 603 Markham St. south of Bloor,

March 21st, Thursday – Nation To Nation Concert: Presented by IDLE NO MORE @The Revival, 783 College Street, Toronto, 9 p.m. 2013

March 21st, Thursday – Canadian Mental Health commission Chez-soi Celebration Luncheon (private), 519 church Street, Toronto, 1 – 4 p.m. 2013

March 16th, 2013, Ottawa – Concert for Canada’s Development Model: Beyond Extraction Conference, Avant Garde Bar & Grill, 135 1/2 Besser St,
Writing Course & Sabbatical – weekly with Jacob Scheier, February 14th – April 24, Centre for Social Innovation, The Daniel’s Spectrum, Toronto, 2013
February 23rd, 2013, Saturday, Diem will be a special guest @ SPN & ST Productions’ MEIWAY CREATOR OF ZOBLAZO – LE Meiileur Des MeilleursPArmi Les Artistes Africains Sera a Toronto, 7 pm – # am. 30 Gordon Mackay Road, North York, Info/contact/tickets: Ismael 647991 9226; Paul 647 716 4935, Giny 416 831 5561, Patrice 647 909 2078, Djedje 416710 8394, Brigitte 647 224 1841 – Toronto { Ismael is producing by a well-known Ivoirian musician named Meiway. The evening of February 23 promises to be a “party” atmosphere with several international artists opening for Meiway and his dancers. If you like African music, Zoblazo style in particular, or are just curious about another culture this could be the event for you.
Tickets may be purchased from Ginny Lepp ($30) or at the door ($40). The venue is at Jane and Hwy 401.
There will be a cash bar and plenty of West African food for sale.
A portion of the proceeds will be sent to support Malian refugees in Burkina Faso – Ginny’s husband’s home country.

Contact information below:

Friday, February 22nd, 2013 – ARTBEAT: OCFF’S Community Outreach, @ The Rekai Centre, 160 Wellesley Street East, Toronto, 10:30 a.m. 2013

February 6th, 2013, Wednesday, Fat Albert’s Coffeehouse, 25 Cecil St, Toronto
February 2nd, 2013, Saturday, Indigenous/Settler Relations Symposium, OISE, 250 Bloor St. West, Toronto
January 27th, 2013, Sunday, Lazy Cat Café, The Bain Co-op Community Centre, Toronto
January 25th, 2013, Friday, Radio Regent’s The Jam, Artscape Cafe, Daniel’s Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. East, Toronto
January 19th, 2013, Saturday, w/ din and The Souls, The Central, 605 Markham Street, Toronto
December 16th, 2012, Sunday, Toronto United Mennonite Church, Christmas Coffeehouse, 1744 Queen St. East
December 14th, 2012, Friday, Ground Level Café, 1340 Queen St. West, Toronto
December 4th, 2012, Emmanuel- Howard Park, Open stage café, 214 Wright Ave, Toronto
November 24th, 2012, Hope’s House Concert, Toronto
November 21st, 2012, Wednesday, Fat Albert’s Coffeehouse – Feature, 9:00 pm, 25 Cecil St, Toronto
November 17th, 2012, Concert, Quaker Meeting House, 8 – 10 pm, 60 Lowther Ave, Toronto
November 17th, 2012, Permacultrue Conference, Opening and Music, Children’s Peace Theatre, 3

November 9th & 10th, – 8:30 – 11:00 Beaux Daddy’s Grill house and Dining Room, Thunder Bay, Ontario (Time – TBC – but it’s in the evening)…/314674431942219

Sunday, November 4 – House Concert, Brandon, Manitoba Part of the “Concert & Conversation Tour”

Saturday, November 3 – Lady of the Lake, Brandon Manitoba, time TBC

Friday, November 2 – House Concert, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Thursday, November 1 – Sam’s Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 7:30 – 9:30 Prairie Launch of BEAUTY AND HARD TIMES – Reservations suggested, Part of the “Concert & Conversation Tour”,

Sunday, October 28 – Portage Avenue Church, Mennonite Brethren, Winnipeg, evening time TBC, Part of the “Concert & Conversation Tour”,

Friday, October 26 – Saskatoon (convert TBA), Part of the “Concert & Conversation Tour”

Saturday, October 21 – Mr. Businessman’s Blues Premiere Screening, 3:15pm at the TiFF Bell Light Box in heart of downtown Toronto. (Part of the ImagineNative Film & Media Festival),

Saturday, October 20 – The Studio @ 318, Belleville, Ontario, 8:00 – 10:30 p.m.

Saturday, September 29 – Interchange for Peace, OISE, 250 Bloor Street West, Peace Lounge 7th Floor, 1 – 5 pm [Performance 1 – 2 p.m.) (CCT)

Saturday, September 15 – The Studio @ 318, Belleville, Ontario,

Saturday, September 8 – East Village Coffeehouse, London, Ontario,…/East-Village-Coffeehouse/142335462479913

Friday, September 7 – 5 Oaks Retreat Centre, Paris, Ontario, Part of the “Concert & Conversation Tour”,