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Late Night at the Hearn

All about the after party? We've got you covered.

Jun 8, 2016

All about the after party? We've got you covered. From a post-apocalypse dance party, to parkour demonstrations, electrifying DJs and more, there are many ways to celebrate and get your dance on at the Hearn.

Luminato Festival Opening Night Party

June 9 | Buy Tickets

Join us for the official launch of Luminato 2016, our 10th anniversary festival, and be among the first to see how we've transformed the Hearn. Party guests will experience a new installation by Stan Douglas co-presented with the National Film Board of Canada and TIFF, a thrilling parkour demonstration, live DJ, and more. Let's #TurnOnTheHearn!

 

Yes Yes Y'all + Dudebox

June 17 | Buy Tickets

For one night only, Yes Yes Y'all and Dudebox team up to bring a special night of urban sound and visuals, meshing good vibes with good politics. This late-night dance party features DJs Skratch Bastid and Bambii alongside the Yes Yes Y'all crew.

 

Post Apopcalypse Dance Party

June 18 | Buy Tickets

Younger Than Beyoncé gallery (aka YTB Gallery) is a nomadic gallery, bringing the freshest art exhibitions to the city while providing professional exhibition opportunities for Toronto artists under the age of 33. On June 18, they'll use the defunct power station as their hideaway for a massive post-apocalyptic, post-modern, immersive art dance party. Come dance until the world ends with up-and-coming Toronto DJs and art rebels.

 

Long Winter

June 23 | Buy Tickets

Toronto institution Long Winter, in partnership with It’s Not You It’s Me, is presenting an evening of cutting-edge music and surreal art and installations at the Hearn during Luminato. Long Winter is an all­-ages inter-­arts festival that takes place throughout the winter at the Great Hall, as well as special offshoot events throughout the year. Their programming aims to provide to challenge the expectations and foster creative interactions between audiences and spaces.

 

Rufus Does Judy After Party

June 23 | Buy Tickets

Luminato Festival and Pride Toronto are co-hosting a special after party fundraiser for Rufus Does Judy on June 23 at the Hearn Generating Station. Join us after the show for an evening of dancing, snacks, and style! The party will start around 11 PM. You don't need a ticket to Rufus Does Judy to get an After Party ticket – just a willingness to have a good time! Proceeds will support Luminato and Pride Toronto.

 

Doggie Show

June 24 | Buy Tickets

Doggie Show is a hilarious costume contest and energetic dance party hosted by Toronto’s filthiest drag queens. Breeders and their bitches will walk the runway under the scrutiny of vicious judges and hilarious commentators. Which specimen will win the blue ribbon, and who will be sent to the kennel cage to dance for their lives? The performance will be followed by live electronic and eclectic sets from our resident DJs. Hosted by BATH SALTS & House of Filth.

 

Fábrica de Ritmo

June 25 | Buy Tickets

Deconstructing and fabricating classic Latin rhythms from Cuba to Brazil, Fábrica de Ritmo is a multimedia and immersive experience that captures the beating soul of the Americas. Featuring a live electronic performance from the Battle of Santiago and special guest DJ Medicineman, it’s your last chance to dance at the Hearn (for this year at least…). FIESTA LOCA!

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