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Toronto The top 5 free Events in Toronto: April 4-10 2016

  • Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2016
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Free events in Toronto this week will let you save your dollars for festival tickets. While you could easily spend your nights bar-hopping and concert-going, being frugal is certainly an option. There's everything from free hot sauce tastings to trivia nights in Toronto this week. Here's a roundup of free events in Toronto this week. NOW Free Flick Mondays: Dazed and Confused (April 4) Whether you're in the market for a cheap date idea or are just jonesing for a movie night, this one's for you ....

Ottawa international chamber brings the music of generations

  • Date: Saturday, July 25, 2015
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The Ottawa International chamber music festival makes a humble beginning on the 23rd of July. For 15 days, the visitors will be treated to waves of mesmerizing classical music. While you reverberate to the music from the generations you will also be treated to bold departures from the original. This brings to the fore the chamber music’s strength as a living art which has made its mark on the young and old alike. Enjoy the violin sonatas from AugustinDu may on the 24th of July. The Beethoven’s 10t ....

Ben Rayners simple secret to a successful summer festival experience

  • Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
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Last summer wasn’t a banner year for music-festival safety anywhere. In a matter of weeks, two people died at the U.K.’s famed Glastonbury festival, one apiece at Electric Daisy Carnival, Beyond Wonderland and Ultra in the States, and sixat Malaysia’s Future Music Festival. Canada wasn’t immune, with one death at the Pemberton Music Festival in British Columbia in July followed swiftly by two more deaths and 13 hospitalizations at the Veld Music Festival here in Toronto, and anothe ....

A rough guide to Toronto summer music festivals

  • Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
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Who’s playing, what to expect and how much you’re going to pay for some of the summer’s hottest festival tickets. So many festivals, so little summer. The number of music fests on the Toronto (and area) concert calendar for the next four months is absurd. We lost count over here some time ago. More about summer festivals: What you need in your knapsack Rayner’s secret to a successful festival experience So, yes, while the following breakdown is far from complete, it s ....