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Dirtybird BBQ Tour taking over Sherbourne Common on September 7
Who doesn't like a dance party and free food.

A taste of San Francisco is coming to Toronto.

On September 7th, San Francisco deep-house label Dirtybird Records will host a dance party at the Sherbourne Common at 61 Dockside Drive. It’s all part of the label’s Dirtybird BBQ Tour. Each stop on the tour is set to have a different lineup and Toronto is no different; preforming DJs include Claude von Stroke, Justin Martin, J. Philip, Christian MartinArdalan, as well as several “special” unannounced guests.

The best part is that each ticket includes access to free food (while supplies last, of course).

Tickets can be purchased online, or at local record stores Soundscapes and Rotate This. Doors to the event open at 1:30 p.m.

Finally, it should go without saying, but if you see an MDMA pill on the ground, don’t pick it up and ingest it. This city doesn’t need another reason to ban all outdoor electronic music events. [Via blogTO]

Image via Flickr user Lucas Richarz.
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