On Saturday, June 23rd, join us at the second annual Bubble Tea Festival! Where you can expect some of your favourite Bubble Tea providers and some new ones to try out, performances, games, competitions, and Asian inspired food and desserts. | $TBD
The 2018 Pride festival weekend is happening Friday, June 22 to Sunday June 24, 2018, culminating in our 38th annual Pride Parade on the 24th! More details will be announced in the new year. Save the date and stay tuned to www.pridetoronto.com and our Facebook page for more information as its released!
She’s Got Wonder is a community + platform for young artists to share their work, thoughts and inspirations. We believe in diversity, the importance of self-love, and having a platform where we respect people's identities and support their art.
An evening to celebrate & put on WOMEN in various arts industries. HER was created from the frustrations and hardships of women who are often taken advantage of, mistreated and under-appreciated in their industry. HER is an event that will highlight the voices & stories of the many FEMALE talents our city has to offer. | $10
Fête Chinoise 2017 will immerse you into a luxurious world of modern Chinese events
and lifestyle. Featuring thought-leaders in design & art, fashion, events, culinary, beauty,
and photography. The entire third floor of the Shangri-La Hotel will be transformed into
an artistic blend of an experiential showcase and a cocktail gala in a museum-like setting.
Enjoy curated food stations and beverages as you wander through the interactive exhibition.
Leave with a gift bag worth over $300 in value, with favours from Holt Renfrew,
Art Gallery of Ontario, Shangri-La Hotel, and Fête Chinoise. | $130
The Kawaii Cafe will showcase a group of artists who have been influenced by art,
illustration, and fashion, inspired by the root word “可愛”. Catering: Sushi, baked goods,
candy, will be available at the event. Photo Booth: Attendees will have access to a
photo booth with cute props to take photos at the event! Clothing Swap Area: Fashion
enthusiasts are encouraged to bring old wares to the swap station and trade with other
attendees as well as shop authentic Japanese Kimono's. | Free