Wednesday June 21

Free Flicks Pride Screening: Hairspray – SOCIAL

Tonight Pride Toronto and The Harbourfront Centre present a free flick screening starting at 9PM down at The Harbourfront Centre (235 Queens Quay W). For tonight’s screening they bring you Hairspray! A rollicking big-screen version of the stage musical adaptation of John Waters’ magnificently weird 1988 comedy, Hairspray is a bright, bouncy delight. Feel free to sing along!


Train w/ OAR & Natasha Beddingfield – CONCERT

Train will be hitting the Budweiser Stage (909 Lake Shore W) tonight for their Play That Song Tour with performances by OAR and our girl, Natasha Bedingfield! Doors at 6PM – Show starts at 7PM. This is a RAIN OR SHINE event. Tickets online for as low as $29.25 at Ticketmaster:


Cabana Pool Party – SOCIAL

Pride Toronto presents the ultimate after work pool party tonight at Cabana Pool Bar. The slickest outdoor venue this side of South Beach has a postcard view of the city skyline and waterfront. Enjoy watching the sunset over the 6ix while listening to the stylish west-coast sound of DJ Hector Fonseca and Toronto’s own Ticky Ty with more international and local talent to be announced through Pride Month. We almost forgot, from RuPaul’s Drag Race, the incredible Michelle Visage will join us for some fun in the sun and to see “whatcha packin’!” Turn up and show her some love, Toronto-style! Private cabanas and sophisticated drinks are in order. This is a 19+ event. Tickets are $20 online at Evenbrite or $25 at the door. Get yours now:


KEEP6 X Super Point Pizza – FOOD & DRINK

Tonight at 8PM Keep6 Imports will begin their monthly event series starting with friends at Superpoint Pizza (184 Ossington Ave). This fantastic power duo will set up in the Pizza Garage serving a selection of beers from Evil Twin Brewing and Freigeist Bierkulter by the bottle or taster. Of course there will be pizza and some great tunes to vibe out to. Listen to Carlo Cruz and TRVPPIST take over the decks



Sashay over to Fly 2.0 (6 Gloucester St) and get ready for one crazy night at this years Drag Ball!  Divas, dudes and darlings take note: the stakes (and heels) are higher than ever as Fly 2.0 welcomes not one, but two queens from the new season of Rupaul’s Drag Race: Trinity Taylor – and Miss Peppermint! On top of our special guest queens you’ll get bowls of beats from the Fit boys DJs Kris Steeves and Phillippe. Kicking off at 9PM, this outrageous soirĂ©e is sure to defy and inspire even the wildest imaginations. You don’t want to miss this, miss thing! Grab your tickets for this drag extravaganza at the ridiculously low price of $20. A very limited number of VIP tickets with meet and greet are available at $50.



NXNE – The Dirty Nil – CONCERT

NXNE is bringing back the club-hopping wristband with a twist, offering festival-goers the chance to discover the hottest acts brewing in Canadas music scene. Some of the best up-and-coming bands in the country have been hand picked by a dream team of Canadas music leaders. Grab your $20 Curator Series wristband at any of these shows or at The Dirty Nil curate The Garrison tonight at 8PM, Lineup: Dead Soft, Secret Satanists, Big School, New Love


Summer Solstice Celebration -SOCIAL

Tucked in behind the Eaton Centre and the Bell Trinity Building, encircled by maples and announced by a limestone arch, the Toronto Public Labyrinth is one the city’s best-kept secrets – not to mention a great place to watch people get lost in their thoughts. High Park (1 Trinity Square) will host this year’s summer solstice celebration. Unlike in Greek mythology, you won’t find any monsters hiding at the centre, except maybe those inside your head, in which case you’ve come to the right place