Digital Dreams 2014

EDM fest rivals Pride for Toronto's most colourful party

Digital Dreams 2014 saw the same rainbow that sparkled over the World Pride Parade beaming over Ontario Place - except this rainbow had a warble to it. Canada's largest EDM festival saw about 80,000 neon clad partiers dance to four stages worth of sets by 102 artists including Tiesto, Justice, Keys N Krates, Danny Tenaglia, Art Department, Nicole Moudaber, Nervo, Guy Gerber, and yes - someone named Bro Safari.

Massive events (don't say raves) like Digital Dreams show EDM (see explanation here) is still the culture of choice for a generation raised on vibrant Nerf-esque colour schemes and more cartoon commercial jingles than any group of humans ever - and honestly, the status quo has likely never looked so fun. If you spent the Canada Day weekend at Pride (or returning to office), here's what you missed, from confetti cannons to free carnival rides.

Check out 50 bass-dropping memories from Digital Dreams 2014 in our photo gallery.


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