*INSERT MEMES ABOUT IT BEING MAY*
Since that’s out of the way – It’s time to talk about what we’re going doing this month.
What are we going to do!?
Scotia bank CONTACT Photography Festival: May 1 – May 30
This is a massive photography event. MASSIVE. The biggest in the world, actually.
There will be over 1500 artist in 200 locations showcasing their photography. More here.
Toronto Kpop Con 2017: May 12 – May 14
All you Kpop lovers are in for a treat!
Check it out at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and more info here.
102.1 the Edge’s Secret Thing 3: May 12
Oh yeah, that’s us. We’re having a concert with Mill St. Brewery at Velvet Underground… with a secret band.
Only like, 2 people know here at the Edge. BUT IT’S GOING TO BE GOOD! Mark your calendars and tune into win tickets so we can hangout with you. Check it out.
Here was our last Secret Thing with Billy Talent:
Spring Sessions of Toronto’s Festival of Beer: May 20
It’s at Fort York Garrison Common here in Toronto and if you enjoy beer you’re going to love this event. There’s beer and food vendors. All the best things for May two-four long weekend!
Wavelength Concert Series: May 27
This is going to be wild. It’s at the COOLEST venues because it is a part of Doors Open Toronto.
There are 4 shows:
- Fresh Snow – 12PM at R. C. Harris Water Treatment Plant
- Constant plays Allison Cameron – 2:15PM at Evergreen Brick Works
- Kurt Marble – 4PM at Masonic Temple
- DIY After-Party – 9PM at Bike Pirates (The Holy Gasp, Portruders, The Pucumber Sasssquash Family Band Hamilton, SPOILS)
Plus Bike Tours are offered starting at 10 AM!
Doors Open Toronto: May 27 – May 28
It’s the 18th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf.
Royal Canadian Yacht Club Island Clubhouse. Built in 1922 by Prince Edward of Wales it is the summerhouse of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club. It has a beautiful dining room with a view overlooking the city as well as a ballroom with murals painted by Owen Staples. Check it out here.
Rogers Communications – Toronto Campus. This building was created in 2004 as an Olympic-themed entertainment attraction. It’s the home of Rogers’ Toronto television stations like Cityline, CityNews, Breakfast Television, and OMNI news. Check it out here.
Historic Zion Schoolhouse. Here’s an old one for you – The Zion Schoolhouse was built in 1869 by the families of the rural community referred to as L’Amaroux. It closed in 1955 but is kept as a historical monument and reminder to how rural children were educated. Check it out here.
These are just a few but there are LOTS more. Check out all the places you can go here!