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.
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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.
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.
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.
In this Weekend Planner: find rare works at the Antiquarian Book Fair, a global cabaret festival brings together some of Canada's brightest young artists, check out a play that centres around a woman's sexual identity crisis, Wavelength presents a double whammy with a documentary and gig in one night, make your adorable pet even more adorable with Dogtoberfest, Cask Days returns with plenty of "real ale" to go around, and discuss how to rebuild this city in the sky with Upper Toronto.
This year’s ALL CAPS lineup included nerd-leaning rapper More or Les, Eric’s Trip alum Julie Doiron, party jam incarnate Rich Aucoin, avant-funk Muskox, teenage hip-hop-rock siblings Dog Bus, and well-hyped acts Evening Hymns, the Wooden Sky, and DD/MM/YYYY