June 21, 2013
3:00pm: HOGTOWN SYNCOPATORS. 5:00pm: LAURA HUBERT featuring Peter Hill-Piano. 8:00pm: N.Y.’s DON BYRON
with Michael Occhipinti, Roberto Occhipinti & Barry Romberg.
11:00pm: New York’s VICTOR LEWIS with RYAN OLIVER: Ryan Oliver-Sax, Gary Williamson-Paino,
Alex Coleman-Bass, & Victor Lewis-Drums.
For more details: www.TheRex.ca
Venue: The Rex Jazz & Blues Bar — 194 Queen Street West
Inspired by Italian Heritage Month, join us at the Bata Shoe Museum for an evening of wine from the region of Tuscany. Sample wines with food pairings and learn about the distinctive taste and history of wines from this inspiring region of the world.
Friday, June 21, 2013; 6 – 8 pm.
COST: $ 15 per person; $ 25 per couple.
To purchase tickets through Pay Pal, please visit www.batashoemuseum.ca; call 416.979.7799 x240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bata Shoe Museum — 327 Bloor Street West (at St. George)
FOR MORE INFORMATION: 416.979.7799 or www.batashoemuseum.ca
Friday, June 21. 7:00 to 11:00 pm.
Now in its third successful season, ROM Friday Night Live (FNL), the city’s singular social destination calls on Mesopotamia for its June 21st edition – the season’s finale. With an additional charge, the exhibition is open for viewing prior to its public opening the next day. Middle Eastern wares, from jewellery to fashion apparel to beauty items, are for sale in the exhibition’s boutique. The feature exhibition’s content lends itself to themed activities in galleries throughout the ROM. Entertainment is provided by two house DJs and the evening’s live performances include a multi-media presentation by Juno-nominated composer/DJ Adham Shaikh. Multi award-winning and JUNO-nominated Jaffa Road also appear. Mesopotamia has been credited with inventing beer, making this ancient culture a particularly fitting theme for the FNL season finale! Find out more by joining the conversation: @ROMtoronto #FNLROM
For more information: www.rom.on.ca/en/about-us/newsroom/press-releases/june-is-rom-ancient-cultures-month
Location: Royal Ontario Museum — 100 Queen’s Park
June 21-23, 2013. Franco-Fête is a free event celebrating Canada’s diverse francophone heritage. As the biggest event of its kind in southwestern Ontario, Franco-Fête offers activities in French for all ages, from kids’ events and family-friendly shows to top-billed artists for evening concerts.
For more details: www.franco-fete.ca
Location: Yonge-Dundas Square
June 14 – 23, 2013. Luminato, Toronto Festival of Arts and Creativity, is an annual celebration of the arts infusing Toronto’s stages, streets, and public spaces with theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, film, literature, visual arts, and design.
For more information: www.luminato.com
Location: Various Venues
June 20 – June 23, 2013. The Redpath Waterfront Festival is a unique festival that provides on-water and on-land programming, while positioning and promoting Toronto locally, nationally and internationally as a waterfront destination.
For more details: www.TOwaterfrontfest.com
Location: Toronto’s Waterfront
Turn up the jazz and explore the TD Toronto Jazz Festival as it plays nonstop for 10 days. Uniting half a
million fans at more than 60 locations across the city, our site being one of them, the festival is the ultimate
destination for music lovers. Make the festival your meeting place this summer and take in a breath of fresh
For more information: www.harbourfrontcentre.com
Location: Harbourfront Centre
June 21 – June 29, 2013. An annual, world-class jazz festival, the TD Toronto Jazz Festival showcases more than 1,500 international artists & attracts over 500,000 people. It’s recognized as one of North America’s premier musical events.
For more information: www.torontojazz.com
Location: Various Venues
June 21 – June 30, 2013. Taking place over a week at the end of June, Pride Week 2013 begins with an official launch event and ends with the Pride Parade. The Street Festival takes place over the course of the final weekend.
For more details: www.pridetoronto.com
Location: Downtown Toronto