Beer, burlesque and art battles are just some of the events in Toronto today. Broken Social Scene kicks off the first day of Festival of Beer and you can expect to see a lot of people wearing white as the Lolë White Tour reaches the city.Events you might want to check out:
Lole White Tour (July 26 @ Exhibition Place)
Wellness and community come together for this huge, all-white, travelling outdoor yoga event taking place in the glow of the summer sunset.
Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson (July 26 @ Budweiser Stage)
Heavy metal rocker Rob Zombie is teaming up with the king of shock rock Marilyn Manson for a Toronto stop on their Twins of Evil tour.
Rex Orange County (July 26 @ The Opera House)
This English indie pop rocker is still working to carve out a space for himself on the international stage—aided by the help of his friends.
Selma (July 26 @ Corktown Common)
Director Ava DuVernay's film about the 1965 march led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gets a free outdoor screening as part of the Cinematic Cities series.
Hex and The City (July 26 @ Bad Dog Comedy Theatre)
This group of four female comedians present an evening of witchy stories that reflects their stories, triumphs and rage.
Imagine (July 26 @ Ease)
German artist Tabea Mathern uses familiar objects to blur and transform their confines and imagine them in different, surreal contexts.
Art Battle Canada (July 26 @ The Great Hall)
Artists from all over Canada have arrived to battle it out with each other in this huge painting live competition and party.
Coco (July 26 @ St. James Park)
The Pixar hit Coco gets an free outdoor screening inside St. James Park; an old and beautiful park nestled nearby St. Lawrence Market.
Toronto's Festival of Beer (July 26-29 @ Bandshell Park)
This huge beer festival features hundreds of brews and eats, plus performances by Broken Social Scene, Ludacris and Finger Eleven.
Toronto Burlesque Festival (July 26-29 @ Multiple Venues)
All things burlesque takes over Toronto with performances and parties featuring innovative artists skilled in the art of burlesque.
by Lisa Power via blogTO