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Thursday, June 21, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today will see the start of the Indigenous Arts Festival in Fort York and a huge vintage crawl happening along Queen Street. Pride starts heating up with A Club Called Rhonda, an outdoor film and LGBTQ+ arts show.

Events you might want to check out:

A Club Called Rhonda (June 21 @ The Drake Hotel)
LA’s pansexual party palace returns to Toronto to transform the Drake into a three-storey, all-night discotheque wonderland.
Question d'adaptation (June 21 @ Koffler Gallery)
Argentinian-born, Quebec-based artist José Luis Torres unveils his giant interactive outdoor sculpture made with everyday materials.
Movies in St. James Park (June 21 @ St. James Park)
The first instalment of this outdoor movie series comes just in time for Pride with a screening of the GLAAD Award-winning Kissing Jessica Stein.
Pizza in the Park (June 21 @ Christie Pits)
Hot out of the ovens of Christie Pits comes fresh pizza served alongside Indian food, free BBQ, drinks and giant board games.
Vintage Crawl Toronto (June 21 @ Multiple Venues)
The smell of vintage clothing is in the air as some of the top vintage stores around the city take part in this huge annual vintage crawl.
Washed Out (June 21 @ Danforth Music Hall)
Slow synth beats are abound with the king of chill wave himself, Washed Out, as he embarks on his Mister Mellow Tour.
Young Soul Rebels (June 21 @ The Royal Cinema)
Black Gold celebrates black cinema with a screening of Isaac Julien’s 1977 classic about two London soul-boys and their pirate radio station.
That's So Gay Pride Show (June 21 @ Gladstone Hotel)
New works by LGBTTI2QQ artists are showcased in conjunction with the launch of the 10X10 Photography Project and Nuit Rose.
Jeremy Piven (June 21-23 @ Yuk Yuks)
Emmy award winning writer and comedian Jeremy Piven is dropping by Toronto with some new material for a three-night stint.
Indigenous Arts Festival (June 21-24 @ Fort York Historic Site)
Fort York is set to host a four-day celebration of Indigenous culture with music, programming, storytelling, dance, theatre and food.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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