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Sunday Afternoon Social


Box of Kittens & Justin of alienInFlux Sound System, Boreal Canoe Trips, the founder of Harvest Festival invites you to join us for a day at the spectacular PALAIS ROYALE, a historical gem LAKESIDE with plenty of room to spread our wings and enjoy an afternoon with friends new, old and to be.

GAUDI (LIVE) – UK (See bio below)
BOX OF KITTENS (Jamie Kidd, Mike Gibbs, Fabio Palermo)

1601 Lake Shore Blvd. W. (a 2 min walk from the intersection of King St. / Queen St. and Roncesvalles Ave.) 

For close to a century, the Palais Royale has been host to great musicians such as Count Basie, Duke Ellington, the Rolling Stones, Sloan and many more. Now it’s our turn to indulge in the history and create our own.  

TICKETS: $25 + fees

Perhaps the most outstanding performance in HARVEST FESTIVAL history is Gaudi’s 2017 Friday night set at the Heads stage. Ever since, its been a dream to host his return at a venue we can really do it up right.

After reaching no.1 in the UK charts with his remix of Cool Jack’s “Jus’ Come”, Gaudi confirmed his credentials as a top remixer and since then has remixed some of the most important names in the business, most notably: Zion Train, Africa Bambaataa, Apache Indian, General Levy, Simple Minds, Fatboy Slim, Scissor Sisters, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Lamb, The Orb, Shpongle, among others… (see “remix” page on for a full list). 

His studio works with reggae legends such as Lee Scratch Perry, Horace Andy and Dennis Bovell, and “hip-hop pioneer” Grandmaster Flash, have further confirmed the talent of this fearless electronic producer and his live sets are full of energy and showmanship. 

SOUND: alienInFlux’s brand new KV2 - SL412 sound system. We are really looking forward to creating an audio sensation without compromise.

Sunday Afternoon Social

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