In today's Urban Planner: not one, but two new art exhibitions open at Harbourfront Centre; grab a thermometer because the Annual Toronto Burlesque Festival is about to heat up your summer; and join in some free dancing lessons with vibes from the Caribbean.
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This weekend, check out the Canada Day weekend festivities at Harbourfront Centre; a music and art festival kicks off its first year on Centre Island; a sci-fi comedy podcast gets a live recording; the Pride Parade returns; and much more.
In this Urban Planner: get into the pre-Canada Day spirit with an art exhibition of fireworks; shake down with free dancing lessons at Harbourfront; and a solo show details how one man sexually assaulted the Prime Minister and lived to tell the tale.
In today's Urban Planner: roll with the crowd at the Global Marijuana March; check out a building-wide reception for Harbourfront's Spring exhibitions; see Melissa D'Agostino's Italian characters at the Pubaret; and make plans (and back-up plans) to see tonight's many concerts, including Basia Bulat, The Wooden Sky, and Big Sound V.
In today's Urban Planner: prepare for Toronto's sit-in protest; a war art installation (featuring a gigantic gun!) comes to OCAD's Student Gallery; help Harbourfront's monster get its groove back; and a jazz band from Halifax throws an album-release party for its latest effort.
In this Friday Urban Planner: Harbourfront Centre holds one reception for nine exhibit openings, Surface/Underground Theatre updates and remounts the 34-year-old Jones Boy; four different release concerts, including the Elwins' first single release from their upcoming debut LP, and 10 female comics from 35 years at Second City Toronto play a benefit for The Redwood shelter.
In this special three-day Urban Planner: a musical closes out Kensington performance space Bread and Circus; Chef Hung's in town for TAIWANfest, and Kevin Sorbo's here for Fan Expo (and the Kevin Sorbo Garbage Weekend); Colin Stetson plays the Drake, and Hollerado DJ a dance party; Fake Prom enlists upstanding men and women to Go to War; and Art Starts' young conscripts debut a new city mural.
In today’s Urban Planner: an art exhibit by the Swedish furniture makers whose furniture probably adorns half of Toronto's apartments; an art exhibit about faraway, exotic locales; multi-cultural dance along the lake; and the first ever Sail-In Cinema in Canada!