Posts Filed Under: Lee’s Palace
A new documentary is poised to make the enigmatic Toronto mural artist RUNT as well-known as his style.
The festival's second day features a lineup loaded with electronic music.
This year's fest will bring rockers both old and new to Toronto's stages.
Here's what to see tonight, tomorrow and Sunday. (Although honestly, Sunday is kind of a half-day at best.)
A new ticketing service's Canadian debut may mean a drop in service fees on tickets to concerts at Lee's Palace, the Horseshoe Tavern, and other places.
In today's Urban Planner: a traditional tabla performance, Chelsea Wolfe gets gothic at Lee's Palace, and the Art Bar presents live poetry readings.
There's so much happening at North by Northeast, it's impossible to catch everything. Here's some of what you missed last night.
If you're looking for '90s pop punkers, naked comedians, or Australians, tonight's your night.
In the spirit of Spinal Tap, here's how to turn your NXNE up to 11. (It's one louder.)
Distant and disengaged Lemonheads frontman's cold-shoulder performance detracts from otherwise solid set.