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Thursday, May 31, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today mark the start of a huge sake festival and Indigenous Fashion Week, with shows and a makers market. Power Ball also celebrates 20 years of art party wildness at the Power Plant gallery.

Events you might want to check out:

Kampai Festival of Sake (May 31 @ The Fermenting Cellar)
Prepare for a huge festival of all things sake, including hundreds of sake from 30 breweries — plus food from Japan and beyond.
Power Ball XX (May 31 @ Power Plant)
This annual art party and fundraiser is celebrating its 20th year with a carnivalesque mashup of art, edibles, waggishness and tomfoolery.
How Many Times Do I Have To Tell You? (May 31 @ Ryerson University School of Image Arts)
Photographer Ryan Rice speaks from his experience as a cultural mediator in relation to Indigenous presence across contemporary art and culture.
Lulaworld Opening Night (May 31 @ Lula Lounge)
Lulaworld 2018 kicks off with special guests direct from Chile, Colombia and Brazil.
Luke Bryan (May 31 @ Rogers Centre)
Country singer Luke Bryan is bringing his What Makes You Country tour to Toronto, with support from Sam Hunt.
Live Experimental Hip Hop (May 31 @ Handlebar)
Expand your musical palette with live instrumental and experimental hip-hop featuring Joel Garden, Josh Grant, Crooklin and Anzola.
Longform Thursday (May 31 @ Comedy Bar)
Second City alumni, actors from CBC's Because News and Sunnyside are in for some stand-up action and improv.
Grab a Hunk of Lightning (May 31 @ Toronto Reference Library, Beeton Hall (main floor).)
This documentary looks at the enduring legacy of photographer Dorothea Lange and her documentation of five decades of American history.
The Costanzas (May 31 @ Painted Lady)
Thursdays are for punk and four groups hailing from Montreal and Toronto are grunging up The Painted Lady for the night.
Indigenous Fashion Week (May 31 - June 3 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Toronto's Indigenous Fashion Week kicks off with a focus on female makers in the areas of fashion, textiles and craft.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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