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What do sharks in a tornado, Greek food, and indie music festivals have in common?

What do sharks in a tornado, Greek food, and indie music festivals have in common? They’re taking Toronto by storm this weekend, of course!

ALL CAPS! Music Festival

Toronto’s only music festival with the option of camping out under the stars. Get acquainted with the fest on our ALL CAPS! StandardTape, curated by none other than Hooded Fang. 

When: Saturday, August 10th & Sunday, August 11th

Where: The Toronto Island

How Much: $30 for both days.

 

Pilaros Taste of the Danforth

Baklava by popular demand, a smorgasbord of events ranging from tasting tables, to live shows, to the World’s Largest Greek Yogourt Bowl. 

When: Friday, August 9th – Sunday, August 11th

Where: The Danforth

How Much: Nada


Sharknado

That’s right. It’s coming. For one night only.

When: Friday, August 9th, 2013 – 11:59pm (MIDNIGHT) 

Where: Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton St.

How Much: $9.50 at the Carlton box office.


Fortune Cooking Festival

Explore the array of Pan-Asian cuisine, culture and artistic expression that Fortune Cooking has to offer at Harbourfront Centre. From August 9 through 11, this festival delves into the progression of trends and flavours originating in Asia.

Main events include the Ramen Runoff competition ($10/sampler plate), The Chai Tea extravaganza, and a performance by White Jade, “a fashionable electronic-pop band that mixes traditional Chinese music, high-tech visual elements and electronic rhythms.”

When: Friday, August 9th – Sunday, August 11th

Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West

How Much: Fortunately, free


A Bit of Clay on the Skin, a new exhibit at the Gardiner Museum – closing weekend

 

This exhibit features the work of 18 cutting-edge jewellery artists, including: The Netherlands artists Peter Hoogeboom, Evert Nijland and Ted Noten; Gésine Hackenberg of Germany; Spain’s Marie Pendariès; and Shu-Lin Wu of Taiwan.

When: All weekend

Where: Gardiner Museum, 111 Queens Park

How Much: Free for members and children, otherwise: $12 for adults, $6 for students, $8 for seniors

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