This is going to be a cool one. Harbourfront Centre and Long Winter have joined forces to present: The Arctic Night!
Toronto's most eclectic alt-culture series comes to the waterfront with a high-energy fusion of the best in Toronto-area underground music and art. A "singular, unmissable" (Globe and Mail) choose-your-own-adventure mega-concert experience will take over the entire building at Harbourfront Centre for one night only and will feature a line-up of Toronto talent and artists from the Arctic Circle.
Get tickets and skip the line: https://bit.ly/2rx2ayC
PWYC entry available @ doors
The Arctic Night is part of #FestivalOfCool
Memory Pearl https://www.instagram.com/memory_pearl/
Small Time Giants (Denmark)
ELLE MÁRJÁ (Norway)
Digawolf (Northwest Territories)
^presented as part of Bands & Drag!
Diana Lynn VanderMeulen
Marja Helander (Finland)
Nicholas Galanin (Alaska)
Julia Mroczek and Jonathan Rotsztain
+ Long Night with Vish Khanna (Guests TBA)
Harbourfront Centre is wheelchair accessible.
For more information, visit: https://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/accessibility/index.cfm
ABOUT LONG WINTER
Come in and stay warm. Long Winter is an anti-oppressive, harassment-free zone. Any conduct that is known, or ought to be known, to cause offence or humiliation, and may include persistent unwanted attention and deliberate infringement of personal space, hate speech, violence, predatory and otherwise oppressive behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated. Organizers will be roaming the event throughout the night, and naloxone kits will be on site. Organizers will be wearing glowsticks. Feel free to contact us or security if you feel something’s off or message us on Facebook. Entry to the event is up to the discretion of the staff to ensure these conditions are met and a positive vibe is maintained.
ABOUT HARBOURFRONT CENTRE
Harbourfront Centre is a leading international centre for contemporary arts, culture, and ideas, offering cultural, educational and recreational programming year-round, and inspiring audiences and visitors with a breadth of bold, ambitious and engaging experiences. The Centre programs 52 weeks a year, seven days a week, supporting a diverse range of artists and communities. In attracting millions of visitors annually, it is a prime cultural hub nurturing public involvement in the arts through engaging the broadest possible audience.
Harbourfront Centre is responsible for all aspects of the operation of its ten-acre publicly accessible campus on Toronto’s central waterfront. It is a registered not-for-profit organization with charitable status.
THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS
Long Winter 8.2 is made possible through the generous support of Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund, Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Creates, Long and McQuade and Harbourfront Centre.
Harbourfront Centre gratefully acknowledges the generous funding and programming support of its Site Partners: The Government of Canada and The City of Toronto; Corporate Site Partners: Agropur-Natrel and Labatt Brewing Company; and Programming Partners: Nordic Culture Fund, The Nordics, Frame Contemporary Art Finland and The Embassy of Finland. We acknowledge the financial support of FACTOR and Canada’s private radio broadcasters.