Today in Toronto the Markus King Band graces the Horseshoe Tavern stage for an unforgettable night of soulful rock and blues. Meanwhile, it's the final hump day dance party at the Holy Oak, and there are a couple great film screenings too.Events you might want to check out:
The Marcus King Band (February 22 @ Horseshoe Tavern)
Catch this blues-rock ensemble that's making waves in the world of music. It's rock, soul, R&B all rolled into one warm type of music that fits perfectly inside of the Horseshoe.
Dreamnight Dancemusic the meowmeow finale (February 22 @ Holy Oak)
It's the final Wednesday night dance party at the Holy Oak before they close down at the end of the month.
Power to the People (February 22 @ Ryerson Image Centre)
Get a behind-the-scenes tour of this important and fascinating photography show with Paul Roth and Julie Crooks. Explore photos and video of repression and Black protest in the U.S. in 1971.
Rhubarb Does Movie Night (February 22 @ Buddies In Bad Times Theatre)
Toronto's wildest experimental theatre festival launches its second week with a movie night. Watch a bunch of queer films and videos and then stick around for a DJ set by iconic London filmmaker, artist, and DJ Jeffrey Hinton.
Dear White People (February 22 @ Carlton Cinema)
In honour of Black History Month, Reel Girl Talk (MUFF’s discussion-based spinoff series) presents Dear White People. It's a 2014 satire that follows the racist traditions and structures of an Ivy League school.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO