Events

Disco In The Park Festival,  Louise McKinney Riverfront Park , Edmonton 2022 July Photo: Redsocks Photography

Disco In The Park Festival, Louise McKinney Riverfront Park , Edmonton 2022 July Photo: Redsocks Photography

Previous events

Jan17

Burlesque Night

A Toi, 214 King St W, Toronto

Burlesque Night at the Secret Champagne Bar, featuring sexy performances from Toronto's top performers.. Enter through Coffee Oysters and Champagne 214 King West. Resos encouraged, in advance of the big night! No Cameras or Photos inside. 19+ reservations@a-toi.ca. This small boutique hotel, built in the 1920s by French Millionaire Antoine Mercier, was to be his gift to the city of Toronto, but the name − meaning ‘to you’ − was an inside joke between he and his wife Isabel, as it was really his gift to her.

Mercier died during the hotel’s construction, and although it was generally considered to be of a heart attack, darker rumours circulated and the death was investigated by the Gendarmerie. Nothing came of the investigation and the case was closed. While Isabel slowly works to complete the hotel, her heart isn’t in it. Her focus, frozen in time, is in the lobby bar that bears the hotels name.

This is à toi.

Jan10

Drag Night

A Toi, 214 King St W, Toronto

Drag Night at the Secret Champagne Bar, featuring powerful and quirky performances from Toronto's up and coming Queens.. Enter through Coffee Oysters and Champagne 214 King West. Resos encouraged, in advance of the big night! No Cameras or Photos inside. 19+ reservations@a-toi.ca. This small boutique hotel, built in the 1920s by French Millionaire Antoine Mercier, was to be his gift to the city of Toronto, but the name − meaning ‘to you’ − was an inside joke between he and his wife Isabel, as it was really his gift to her.

Mercier died during the hotel’s construction, and although it was generally considered to be of a heart attack, darker rumours circulated and the death was investigated by the Gendarmerie. Nothing came of the investigation and the case was closed. While Isabel slowly works to complete the hotel, her heart isn’t in it. Her focus, frozen in time, is in the lobby bar that bears the hotels name.

This is à toi.

This small boutique hotel, built in the 1920s by French Millionaire Antoine Mercier, was to be his gift to the city of Toronto, but the name − meaning ‘to you’ − was an inside joke between he and his wife Isabel, as it was really his gift to her.

Mercier died during the hotel’s construction, and although it was generally considered to be of a heart attack, darker rumours circulated and the death was investigated by the Gendarmerie. Nothing came of the investigation and the case was closed. While Isabel slowly works to complete the hotel, her heart isn’t in it. Her focus, frozen in time, is in the lobby bar that bears the hotels name.

This is à toi.

Jan7

CozmicLove

Drake Underground, 1150 Queen St West, Toronto

CozmicLove with Djs Cozmic Cat and Lucie Tic

resident dance crew the Cozmic Waackers led by Chantelle Mostacho $10 19+

First Saturdays at the Underground welcomes an inclusive dance party dedicated to self expression, connection and the love of House Music in all it's forms. We invite you to feel the vibes and connect with intention in a non judgmental space that celebrates diversity on the dancefloor regardless of race, age, gender presentation, gender presentation or gender orientation... Most of all we invite you to have FUN living your best night at #CozmicLove, Toronto.

New Year's Eve with Cozmic Cat

Drake Devonshire, 24 Wharf St, , Wellington, ON K0K 3L0

Ring in the New Year's With Dinner and Dancing on Beautiful Lake Ontario in Wellington, Prince Edward County. The Drake Devonshire is the perfect escape from the City, while Cozmic Cat imports the funk and party grooves to keep you dancing till 2023! Info and tickets on the Drake Devonshire Website. https://www.thedrake.ca/drakedevonshire/