Posts Filed Under: Wavelength
This week, Aisha Brown and Georgea Brooks headline stand-up shows; in town concerts from Doldrums, Sloan, and Dorothea Paas; crawl Parkdale for Tibetan momos, the waterfront for Iranian culture, and Campbell House for Toronto's Prohibition history.
Wavelength's rescheduled panel on music and activism will feature great speakers and an opening set by LAL.
Wavelength's music smorgasbord goes all weekend long.
Toronto will never be "music city" if all our small venues turn into Starbucks
Discuss the limits of free speech and what to do with Old City Hall; see The Rainbow Chorus and Basia Bulat in concert; see theatre in a snowstorm (Beaver) and comedy in a cloud, with Terry Bockston.
The return of annual music festivals Camp Wavelength and Mad Decent Block Party; the return of Sail-In Cinema and the Canadian National Exhibition; and the return of hit local comedies Life Records and Swordplay.
Nominated for: giving local music a space to be weird and wonderful.
How to ring in 2016 without applying for a loan.
This weekend marks the 15th annual Wavelength Music Festival with a glance at the city's utopian indie rock past and weird-but-wonderful future.
Promoters are teaming up to bridge divides among Toronto's music communities.
The final edition of Wavelength's summer music festival wrapped up with giant parachutes and confetti cannons courtesy of Rich Aucoin.
The Wavelength Festival may be a teenager, but this past weekend, it showed no signs of angst.
Today: Dave Meslin loves democracy, and you should too; The Weather Station loves singing with friends; Claire, From the Bus loves Ralph (and it scares him); improvisers love White Rhino; and Doldrums and pals love partying late.
All-ages record store shows and an artist Incubator series are amongst the new additions at this year's edition of Wavelength.
In today's Urban Planner: follow the yellow brick road, a reading series highlights "Amazing New Stuff," and Wavelength and Silent Shout team up.
This weekend, bring your game face to a board game–making competition; see the winter that could have been (though likely a much prettier version) at this year's Icefest; find out what happens when classical music gets taken out of the halls and put into the barns, and so forth.
Concert promoter Wavelength celebrates its 12th anniversary with a festival that founding director Jonny Dovercourt hopes will expose the group to new audiences.
In today's UP: Monologists compete for top TO bragging rights; comedic wits at The Panel Show podcast taping; Wavelength 533 features familiar faces in new bands; Bonjay DJ Songs: a Dance Party; and Design Week continues.