Today in Toronto there are several show-stopping concerts you should consider checking out, including one with award-winning Grime king Skepta. It's also the final bluegrass night at the Silver Dollar, and there's Riverdale improv if you're not in a musical mood.Events you might want to check out:
Pull Year End Show (April 26 @ George Brown College School of Design)
Pull celebrates the talent and diversity of students across nine school of design programs at George Brown College. It happens on all three floors of the school.
Riverdale Improvised (April 26 @ Social Capital Theatre)
Riverdale Improvised recreates all the drama of Riverdale and fills in the mysteries the show left out.
Get Lit Reads (April 26 @ Berkeley Church)
Get Lit is a not-for-profit organization that hosts this annual one-of-a-kind fundraiser with a lineup of notable Canadians reading from their favourite books.
The Silver Dollar's Final Bluegrass Hoedown (April 26 @ The Silver Dollar Room)
This is a one-night-only revival of High Lonesome Wednesday (the legendary bluegrass residency) at the Silver Dollar as part of the club's final week ever.
Shooter Jennings (April 26 @ Horseshoe Tavern)
Kelly Prescott opens for Shooter Jennings at this intimate Toronto show. If you need a good dose of outlaw country and southern rock and soul, don't miss it.
Skepta Live in Toronto (April 26 @ REBEL)
British grime artist and Mercury winner Skepta brings his Banned in America tour to our fine city with a boat load of special guests.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO