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Harbourfront Centre 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto’s largest Black Futures Month celebration continues supporting Black culture. Dance, music, workshops and literary events highlight that the past reaches into the future.  Supported by TD Ready Commitment and the Government of Canada See website for more details on Family Friendly programming.

A Spoonful of Sugar with Ashley Brown

Roy Thomson Hall 60 Simcoe Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Ashley Brown débuted on Broadway as Belle in Disney’s theatrical production of Beauty and the Beast, before originating the title role in Mary Poppins in the Broadway opening. Waltz through the wonderful worlds of Disney, musical theatre, and the American songbook, with favourites from her award-winning career and legendary shows including Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, The Sound of Music, My Fair Lady, […]

A Thousand and One Nights: Welcome Nowruz and Springtime

Small World Centre 180 Shaw Street, Toronto, ON, Canada +1 more

Link Music Lab Kids presents songs in the spirit of spring, storytelling and arts and crafts as a two-day, family-friendly event about Nowruz, which marks the Persian New Year on the vernal equinox, along with age-old traditions from Turkey and Greece. It’s the weekend before Nowruz! How to prepare for rebirth and renewal? Catch a concert with Hani Niroo on guitar and xylophone in Farsi, […]


Buddy Holly’s Rockin’ Party

Theatre Aquarius 190 King William St, Hamilton, ON, Canada

A fundraising event for Theatre Aquarius’ 50th Season! Hamilton’s own Jeff Giles made his professional debut on the Aquarius stage when he was barely a teenager, but Hamilton audiences may best remember him as Rock & Roll pioneer Buddy Holly in Theatre Aquarius’ smash-hit production of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, which broke box office records, saw rave reviews, and had audiences dancing in the […]

13th Annual Afro-Carib Fest

Thomson Memorial Park 1005 Brimley Rd, Scarborough, ON, Canada

Afro-Carib Fest is an award-winning FREE 2-day outdoor festival that celebrates diversity by showcasing the arts, culture and heritage of the Afro-Caribbean diaspora to over 30,000 attendees. Audiences will be engaged through 30 live performances from 80+ local artists, over 80 vendors, a cultural parade, a kid’s zone, dance competitions with cash prizes, drum circles, raffle draws with prizes, and much more. Afro-Carib Fest invites […]


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