The Main Festival Stage is in front Bloor Collegiate Institute, at 1141 Bloor Street West. More performances will be scattered in various locations throughout the festival in local stores, restaurants and bars, as parades, busker stations, and as part of some table stations.
Holy Oak opened in Bloordale eight years ago. Founder, Justin Oliver, continues to nurture cross-cultural dialogue by creating safe spaces for both audience and performers of colour and the LGBTQ-T2 community in Toronto and he will bring a little of his magic to JOUEZ 2017, 12 noon to 6 p.m. Saturday July 22nd.
FINN & WOLF showcase local Toronto bands, in a variety of different sounds and atmospheres. Their Sunday July 23rd 12 noon to 6 p.m. program features young up-and-coming singer songwriters and local bands with playing genres ranging from folk to traditional Rock n' Roll.
We're celebrating our tenth anniversary by the expansion of festival activities beyond the limitations of location and duration. West of Lansdowne to the West Toronto Railpath will be animated by Site Based Art Projects, and the main activation will be the live performance stage located at 1409 Bloor Street, within the Sterling Lofts Parking Lot.
This site will feature live music, market place, live mural painting by Kizmet and great eats and treats!
Curated by RIDE OR DIE TO, they present a Fixie Fest which highlights Toronto's passion for bicycles, mainly fixies.