Summer 2015 Bucket List: Festival Edition
Summer is the season of festivals. With the sun beaming down, all the smiling people everywhere, and not to mention amazing live music, you should make the effort to attend at least ONE music festival this year! These will give you the opportunity to meet new people, make some unforgettable memories, and possibly experience something new.
This summer, Canada has some great festivals coming up, which are bound to please the ears of music lovers all over the country. Whether you’re into pop, dance, metal, etc., it’s pretty likely you’ll find a festival to suit your musical taste. Here’s a quick list of some music festivals you should try to get to this summer.
Summer Sixteen in the 6ix
Drake (aka the 6ix God) and Future were in Toronto for their Summer Sixteen Tour stop this past weekend, but it wasn’t just a regular tour stop.
Support National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month: 5 migraine remedies
There is an estimated 2.7 million Canadians who have reportedly been diagnosed with suffering from migraines. This burden puts headaches and migraines among the top 10 causes of disability worldwide.
Swipe Right for Love: 5 Dating Apps for Torontonians
Everybody loves love. To some, finding a significant other is pre-arranged by parents. To others it’s approaching that mysterious guy/gal with their face buried into a book.
Taste Toronto’s Diversity: Best multicultural restaurants
Although nothing beats our very own poutine, us Torontonians can appreciate a taste of diversity. Living in such a scenic and diverse city, it is without question that Torontonians express a desire to explore different cultures within our own home.
Ted Talk meets Bill Nye at Nat Geo Live
Not a single seat in all of Roy Thomson Hall is empty. Ami Vitale enters the stage and is greeted with an audience roar normally reserved for rockstars.
The 2-1 Toronto Argonauts’ Tailgate Parties a Summer ’16 Must
The Toronto Argonauts are making their home games more enjoyable than ever before. In connection to their relocation to BMO Field after 27 years in the Rogers Centre, the team is also introducing tailgating to the home game experience.
The Brunch Files: Boom Breakfast & Co.
Another installment of the brunch Bible features Toronto staple Boom.
The Brunch Files: CocoaLatte
Alex Cooper indulges in the rich fares of CocoaLatte on St. Clair West.
The Brunch Files: Hank’s
Radio Humber’s Alex Cooper reviews the fine brunch fare at Hank’s on Church.