August 3, 2014
July 8 – August 3, 2014. Come take part in North America’s biggest Caribbean-styled Carnival now in its 47th year! See a spectacular parade of more than 20 masquerade bands in the most competitive Carnival competition outside of the Caribbean! The Grand parade is August 2, 2014 at CNE and the Lakeshore.
It’s going to be another spectacular day at The Leslieville Flea.
Join us as we celebrate summer at Harbourfront Centre North Exhibition Common, 235 Queens Quay West from 10am to 5:00pm.
Items to be sold: salvaged goods, antiques, collectibles, upcycled furniture, vintage fashions, and select artisans.
Take in the beautiful scenery while enjoying eats and drinks to fuel your treasure hunt!
For more details, please visit our website: www.leslievilleflea.com
August 3 – August 4, 2014. – Action packed from start to finish JAMBANA™ is a one of a kind festival that is fun for the whole family demonstrating the rhythms, tastes and flavors of Canadians of African, Jamaican and Caribbean heritage.
For more information, please see website: www.jambana.com
Location: Markham Fair Grounds — 10801 McCowan Road
Throughout the Distillery District, 55 Mill Street
Celebrating summer and the arts in Toronto, 75 artists & artisans from across Canada will gather at the Historic Distillery District for three days only. Enjoy hand made Canadian pottery, glass, leather, jewellery, gourmet food, textiles paintings, live music, and more in the magical setting of the Distillery Historic District.
For more information, please visit: artfestontario.com
OVO Fest. August 3rd will feature those inimitable hipsters Outkast with their brand
of infectious music. Andre 3000 and Big Boi are masters of commanding an audience with their catchy tunes.
Their outstanding hit “Hey Ya!” ushered them onto the scene with verve. Their music blends funk, soul, R’n B, electronic music and jazz. It’s great to see these two back on stage.
August 4th will feature none other than Toronto “home boy” Drake. His smooth, endearing voice has captured listeners from the moment he dawned on the seen. Since his debut disc Thank Me Later, he has not disappointed music lovers. It reached Number One Billboard during its first week of release. Currently, his massive track “Hold On, We’re Going Home” proves he’s got talent to burn! When Drake’s on home turf, nothing can stop him. He will hit it out of the park!
For tickets: www.LiveNation.com
Venue: Molson Canadian Amphitheatre — 909 Lakeshore Boulevard West
7:30PM – July 25-26, 29-31, August 1-2, 5-9.
2:00PM – July 26, August 2, 9.
Single Tickets: $32 Subscribe from $87.
An eccentric mystery writer lures his wife’s new lover into a tangled web of deceit, jealousy, drama and intrigue. This exciting, edge-of-your-seat thriller is a puzzle filled with cunning plot twists that not only beg the question “Whodunit?” but “Whodunwhat?”
Directed by Robert Woodcock.
For tickets: www.rosetheatre.ca
Rose Theatre, Brampton — 1 Theatre Lane
Exhibition features more than 25 large-scale photographs of rural and urban landscapes by internationally acclaimed artist, including scenes of downtown Toronto.
Scott McFarland’s carefully constructed photographs captivate viewers with their subtle impossibilities. Running at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) from May 14 to Aug. 10, 2014, the exhibition Scott McFarland: Shacks, Snow, Streets, Shrubs brings together more than 40 works by the internationally acclaimed photographer.
Born in 1975 and educated at the University of British Columbia, McFarland now lives and works in Toronto. His works are held in the collections several renowned institutions, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the National Gallery of Canada, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the J. Paul Getty Museum.
Renowned for his images of West Coast gardens and rustic cabins, McFarland has turned his lens towards Ontario since his relocation to the province in 2009. Scott McFarland: Shacks, Snow, Streets, Shrubs features a variety of familiar Ontario landscapes including the series Caledon, Sugar Shack and Concrete Cottage. Curated by Kitty Scott, the AGO’s curator of modern and contemporary art, the exhibition also includes numerous large-format street photographs, depicting New Orleans, Southampton and downtown Toronto.
For more information: www.ago.net
Location: Art Gallery of Ontario — 317 Dundas St. West
August 2-10, 2014. Williams, Sharapova and Canada’s own Aleksandra Wozniak return to Toronto to compete in the Rogers Cup at the Rexall Centre, York University.
Visit www.rogerscup.com or call for details.
The Second City is thrilled to present our Spring 2014 Mainstage Revue, Sixteen Scandals — a daring new collection of satirical sketches, songs and improvisations from Toronto’s premier comedy troupe.
The Second City invites you to take break from obsessively updating your news-feed, and join us for an evening of laughter with a room full of real live humans. Together, we’ll as strip away all pretenses, and unmask the true motivations behind our unhealthy fascination with political train wrecks, media fiascoes, and red-carpet meltdowns.
Our fully-licensed theatre offers a full bar and food menu, with table service available throughout the performance.
Created & Performed by: Ashley Botting, Craig Brown, Sarah Hillier, Allison Price, Connor Thompson & Kevin Vidal.
Directed by: Chris Earle • Assistant to Director: Dale Boyer
Musical Director: Matthew Reid • Stage Manager: Christina Cicko
Tues- Thurs: 8:00 pm — $25
Friday: 7:30 pm & 10:00 pm — $29
Saturday: 7:30 pm & 10:00 pm — $29
Sunday: 7:30 pm — $25
Dinner & Show packages available, as well as Student and Group Discounts.
The Second City – 51 Mercer Street, Toronto
Box Office: 416-343-0011