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Harbourfront Centre’s celebrates Canada’s cultural heritage with Sounds of Home, a sonic tribute to the strength of the diversity

Canadian artists have Something to Say, Listen this Summer at Harbourfront Centre

Harbourfront Centre‘s 2017 Summer season celebrates Canada’s cultural heritage with Sounds of Home, a sonic tribute to the strength of the diversity found across the land known as Turtle Island. The season kicks off on June 27 with Here in the 6ix: Celebrate Multiculturalism Day, a program offering a full day of free events reflecting Toronto’s rich cultural mosaic.

Four distinct weekend festivals in July form the…

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The Aga Khan Museum Invites Visitors to Experience World Rhythms

New Season of Performing Arts Offers Free Outdoor Dance Workshops and Live Music

The Aga Khan Museum is proud to offer a family-friendly season of free, open-air, international music and dance performances, as well as interactive dance workshops, all featuring local artists expressing their global heritage, and all on the Museum grounds.

“We’re showcasing world-class Canadian dancers and musicians who carry experiences from multiple geographies. It reminds us that our communities consist of many artistic traditions and this diversity is vital…

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The 2017 IHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards

iHeartRadio MMVAs

June 18
299 Queen West

After all wristbands for one of Canada’s biggest street parties were scooped up in less than 30 seconds on Tuesday, Much and iHeartRadio Canada announced that Camila Cabello is set to join the red-hot list of performers at THE 2017 IHEARTRADIO MUCH MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS. Much and iHeartRadio also announced that 4YallEntertainment, Bea Miller, Brandon Flynn, Hedley, Keke Palmer, Martha Hunt, and Shay Mitchell are confirmed as presenters on the two-hour broadcast.


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