Thursday, June 14, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today centre around different parts of the music scene with performances and talks. There's also a huge street party in Liberty Village and the start of the Italian Contemporary Film Festival. 

Events you might want to check out:

Give Me Liberty Street Party (June 14 @ 70 Fraser Ave)
Friends and neighbours of Liberty Village are throwing a huge street party with a sidewalk sale, outdoor patio, entertainment and activities.
NXNE Talks (June 14 @ The Great Hall)
A day of talks is happening that will feature industry leaders exploring community, culture and stye within the music industry.
American Graffiti (June 14 @ Revue Cinema)
The aesthetics of this classic George Lucas' film get a closer look as Designing the Movies explores 1960s nostalgia, coming-of-age tales and classic cars.
The Walrus Talks the Future (June 14 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
The Walrus writers and editors gather to celebrate the publication's 15th anniversary and discuss issues that shape the future.
Hail Sagan (June 14 @ Hard Luck Bar)
LA's electro hard rockers Hail Sagan have a presence as loud as their sound, and are here alongside The Electric Dead.
Ocean Alley (June 14 @ The Drake Hotel)
Ocean Alley arrives all the way from Australia with their groovy, laid-back tunes that combine psych, reggae and rock.
Gettin Wet (June 14 @ Buddies in Bad Times)
New work by different artists delves deep into notions of femininity in a radical, unapologetic and supportive environment.
Bush Party (June 14 @ Comedy Bar)
To celebrate the one year anniversary of the all-female comedy show, Bush Party is featuring Edmonton musical comics Success 5000 as they tour Canada.
The Sorority (June 14 @ Adelaide Hall)
Toronto's own all-female rap group that met at a cypher has been gaining a following after the release of their "STRY" single.
Italian Contemporary Film Festival (June 14-22 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Films from Italy and beyond are showcased during this week-long festival that includes premieres, advance screenings and independent films.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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