open roof festival

The Open Roof Festival returns for its 7th year

The Open Roof Festival returns to Toronto for summer 2016 with its seventh season of outdoor fun. The festival, which celebrates indie film and live music has announced this year's lineup, which starts June 21 and closes shop with two back-to-back screenings on August 23 and 24.

How does it work? Once a week there will be a musical performance followed by a film screening once the sun has set. Tickets are $15.

Returning to 99 Sudbury, the fest has once again partnered with Amsterdam Brewery and a bunch of food trucks, including Food Dudes, to keep you fed and watered. There will be something a bit different every week to keep things interesting. Below is the band and film lineup for this year's fest.

June 21
Film: Everybody Wants Some!!
Band: Matrox

June 28
Film: Sing Street
Band: Fresh Snow

July 5
Film: The Lobster
Band: Kayla Diamond

July 13
Film: Sleeping Giant
Band: Bruce Penninsula

July 20
Film: Off the Rails
Band: Tomi Swick

August 3
Film: TBA
Band: Grand Analogu

August 10
Film: A Bigger Splash
Band: Chloe Charles

August 17
Film: My Blind Brother
Band: Sam Drysdale

August 23
Film: Bonus Screening film TBA
Band: Yuka

August 24
Film: Hunt for The Wilderpeople
Band: Most People

Find more details on their official website.

Photo courtesy of the Open Roof Festival.


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