Convocation Hall

Radar: April 10th, 2009

Toronto events on the Radar for FRIDAY, APRIL 10th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

SPORTS | 11th Annual Hockey Summit of the Arts
A 3-day hockey tournament pitting Canadian music and art icons against each other on a different kind of stage. Past years have included members of Sloan, Rheostatics, and Blue Rodeo, so keep your eyes peeled for indie-rock stargazing. The weekend features hockey, live music, films, a family public skate, easter egg hunt, and the Happy Homo Hockey Hour. Runs to April 12th.
Canlan Ice Sports, York University, 989 Murray Ross Parkway.
11-7pm / FREE

FILM | Free Friday Film: Synecdoche, New York
CINSSU ends the Free Friday Film season with Charlie Kaufman's neverending mind-screw Synecdoche, New York.
Innis Town Hall. 2 Sussex Avenue, cinssu.fff@utoronto.ca
7pm / FREE

ART | Live 5: Art Since 1960 (According to the Internet)
Hanne Mugaas and Cory Arcangel discuss the Internetz' effect on our perception of art. Hosted by Pleasure Dome and the Images Festival.
Theatre Centre, 1087 Queen Street W.
7pm / $10, $8 students, seniors + members

FILM | Live on 35mm: The Song Remains the Same
Bloor Cinema kicks off its Friday night series of Rock n' Roll classics in 35mm with 'Zeppelin concert film The Song Remains The Same.
Bloor Cinema, 506 Bloor Street W. (416) 516-2331.
12am midnight / $10

MUSIC | Mates of State at Phoenix
Husband-wife team Mates of State hit the Phoenix with their cute harmonies and enough sweetness to make your head explode with butterflies. Black Kids open.
Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street. (416) 323-1251.
8pm doors / $20 advance

OTHER | Metro Home Show
Stock up on home and gardening advice under one roof, with 250+ specialists and vendors at your bid and call. Runs to April 12th.
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front Street West.
FR-SA 9-9pm, SU 9-6pm / $13, $11 seniors + youth

PARTY | deadmau5, Late of the Pier at Koolhaus
deadmau5 sparkles up Koolhaus for a large-scale dance party with Late of the Pier, and The Whip.
Koolhaus, 132 Queens Quay E. (416) 869-0045.
10pm / $35 advance

PARTY | KeysNKrates at Supermarket
Live remix artists KeysNKrates will give you some serious dance fever in Kensington. Special guests Free The Robots open.
Supermarket, 268 Augusta Avenue. (416) 840-0501.
10pm / $15 advance

STAGE | Upstaging Cancer
An arts festival featuring theatre, comedy, dance, music, and a lil' burlesque, with proceeds going towards Princess Margaret Hospital and cancer research.
The Ernest Balmer Studio, The Distillery District, 55 Mill Street, Building 58, Studio 315.
8pm / $20 suggested donation

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