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Sunnyside 21: Episode 06 with Victor Calderone + Hito

Civic Long Weekend
Sunday August 4th, 2019 - 5:00 pm to 11pm

Join us for the 21st season of summer music events at Sunnyside Pavilion, our favourite place to dance under the sun, moon & stars!

Sunnyside Pavilion is a historical Toronto landmark with a rich history going back almost 100 years. Since the 1920's, Sunnyside has been a magical place where close friends & beautiful strangers gather on the waterfront. For almost a century, crowds have assembled in the majestic outdoor pavilion overlooking the stunning Toronto skyline to enjoy the sights and sounds of summer.

For the 6th installment, we are thrilled to announce two headliners in one afternoon! Making his Sunnyside debut, Victor Calderone alongside the return of Hito!

Main Courtyard:
Victor Calderone (NYC)
Hito (JPN)
Jonathan Coe

Back Courtyard, making their Sunnyside debut:
U.N.I.
Vanessa Alvarado

Presented by:
Captive Audience + White Label Promo

Supported by:
HouseAddict + BALANCE INC.

Location:
Sunnyside Pavilion Cafe & Concert Park
1755 Lakeshore Blvd West
Toronto, Canada

19+ Event
Rain or Shine - no refunds
ID Required

*This long running event series always strives to provide a safe place where people can gather together for the love of music and dance. As a patron, if you feel unsafe or harassed at any time please voice your concerns to the event staff (staff can always be found at the front door entry point) or security (located throughout the venue and identifiable by their security marked shirts).
Furthermore we do not condone the use of illicit drugs or behavior and expect attendees to be respectful at all times. If you love our events and plan on attending please respect others and yourselves.


Sunnyside 21: Episode 06 with Victor Calderone + Hito

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