It's going to be a busy day in Toronto filled with free outdoor music, some major art shows and theatre in the forest. There are a few momentous concerts happening for your ears as well. All this, and the weekend hasn't even started yet!Events you might want to check out:
Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood (June 29 - December 10 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
This new exhibition explores three questions through the eyes of some of the country’s best artists: where has Canada come from? What it is now? And where is it going?
The Family Camera Project (June 29 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
This photography show sheds light on how family photos reflect and shape our sense of self, family, community and nation.
Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone (June 29 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
Watch and listen as the TSO scores the very first Harry Potter movie.
Lady Antebellum (June 29 @ Budweiser Stage)
Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young open for country music superstars Lady Antebellum on their You Look Good 2017 World Tour.
Shakespeare in High Park (June 29 - September 3 @ High Park Amphitheatre )
Canada's longest-running outdoor theatre event celebrates its 35th year with bold new takes on two Shakespeare classics, Twelfth Night and King Lear.
The Wedge/RAP City (June 29 @ Unlovable)
DJs Chief Kweef, Mick Chicken Marianna and Shehzaad curate selections from such cultural touchstones as The Wedge, Rap City, Exten-Da-Mix, Indie Spotlight, Beavis & Butthead and more.
Spooky Bitch Cher Edition (June 29 @ The Beaver)
This monthly drag and dance party with a dark twist celebrates Cher to help cap off Pride month.
The Toronto Firefighter Calendar Event (June 29 @ Cube Nightclub)
Toronto’s hottest firefighters compete for a chance to be in the 2018 Toronto Firefighter Calendar.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO