ADID Toronto

All Day I Dream is Toronto's newest summer music fest

It's festival season in Toronto and among the many returning musical extravaganzas, there's a new one in the mix this year.

All Day I Dream (ADID) is coming to Toronto for the first time ever. This daytime event by Lee Burridge and his partner Matthew Dekay started in Brooklyn back in 2011 and has spread across the States and around the world to cities such as Los Angeles, Berlin and Barcelona.

The Toronto edition (called All Day I Dream Of Toronto Skies) is on July 17 from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Fort York. The lineup includes Lee Burridge, Matthew Dekay and YokoO, who'll provide the house and techno soundtrack for this daytime party presented along with Summerdaze, Coda, Embrace, Platform, Way of Acting, Project O and Provoke & Floh.

Tickets are on sale now and along with the music, expect an aesthetically pleasing, summery stage that'll whisk you away for the day.

Photo from All Day I Dream on Facebook.


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