This is the largest of a few clues that Drake has left around Toronto pointing to the album's release - several more can be spotted Billy Bishop right now. And don't forget the other mysterious billboard teaser from the fall.
Though it's rumoured that Drizzy's newest project will drop April 6th -- that's 4/16, if you needed another reminder that Drake hails from our great city -- this recent unveiling has many a fan hoping that he bumps the date up to some time in the next few days.
If you need your new Drake fix before the drop, you're stuck listening to Summer Sixteen on repeat.
Many feared for the dazzling neon sign after Ryerson bought up the former Sam the Record Man store at 347 Yonge St - the site of the school's new Student Learning Centre.
WayHomies who spent all weekend working out the festival's 360° video clues actually have excellent sleuthing skills.
These amateur detectives accurately predicted that bands such as Wolf Parade, Glass Animals, Third Eye Blind, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats and Matt and Kim would be playing some time over the July 22 to 24 weekend.
On Sunday, February 14, SummerDaze party planners Jordana Appugliesi, Nabil Zakaria and Sandra Dalla Giustina will transform the massive warehouse into a Valentine's Day love-fest featuring the California-based DJ crew Desert Hearts.
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Instead of posting cryptic images like last year, WayHome uploaded two rather trippy 360° videos to YouTube. Each one comes filled with hints about who might be playing the 2016 festival in Oro-Medonte.