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Open Roof Festival
Date
03 Jul 2014
Category
Events & News
Posted by
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Open Roof Festival

Enjoy an array of independent films and local bands at the Open Roof Festival, one of the most popular ongoing Toronto summer events. Located on 99 Sudbury St, one block west of Dovercourt Rd, this fun Toronto movie festival brings music, film and refreshments to area rooftops all summer long.

 

This season's calendar offers plenty to like, including:

 

7/3

BAND: pHoenix Pagliacci

FILM: Bad Words, starring Jason Bateman

 

7/10

BAND: CATL

FILM: Frank, starring Michael Fassbender

 

7/24

BAND: Matrox

FILM: Ping Pong Summer

 

7/31

BAND: Jill Godin

FILM: Twenty Feet From Stardom

 

8/7

BAND: Tomi Swick

FILM: The Grand Seduction

 

8/14

BAND: ASCOT ROYALS

FILM: DOC OF THE DEAD

 

8/21

BAND: MANATEE

FILM: CHEF, starring Jon Favreau

 

All bands begin playing at 8:00 pm and films begin at 9:00 pm. Tickets are $15 each and all profits are used to support Canada's independent music and film production communities.Parking is available for free along the street. There's also a small paid lot adjacent to the venue. Guests can also reach the venue via Toronto Transit, with the nearest TTC stop at Queen St. West at Dovercourt Rd.

Come support local artists, while you enjoy a beautiful outdoor evening of music and film at Toronto's one and only Open Roof Festival.

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