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Toronto music label is throwing a block party this month

Toronto is a city known for celebrating its vibrant art culture, whether it be through music showcases or artisan markets. Later this month, ArtHaus Music will be combining both of these events to celebrate talented local artists in the city.

ArtHaus Music is an independent music label in Toronto that is hosting its annual Block Party showcasing and celebrating artists from their label.

Unlike other music showcases like Comeback, the annual event is usually for music industry professionals only but this year they're opening their doors to the public.

The hybrid event will feature a music showcase, highlighting local artists from the music label, including Junia-T, BAMBII, and Andria Kain, with local DJs spinning tracks all day long. 

After you've watched a few performances make sure to check out the curated artisan market on site featuring local artists and designers selling their unique hand-made goods.

The location of the event is just as unique as the event itself. Block Party will be hosted in a building that was a former church in the Junction Triangle. The massive space and high ceilings will provide amazing acoustics for chilling performances.

Tickets are on sale now for $20.

The event runs on Nov. 27 from noon through 10:00 p.m at 72 Perth Avenue. 

Live music performances don't start until 6:00 p.m.

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ArtHaus Music

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