Senses Unscene - *private event rsvp* - non profit, Secret Location Bloor & Spadina, Friday, 21. April 2017

Senses Unscene - non profit - fundraiser - RSVP ONLY

April 21 & 22
6pm-3am each day

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/senses-unscene-tickets-32647786408

Senses Unscene is meant to be a discussion involving various creative minds in the Toronto scene. Our goal is to bring people together to address the housing crisis which has been affecting music venues across the city.

18 bands
Animatist
FunkTheSystem
Huge Cosmic
Moon Tan
Mad Machines
Other Families
Ruby Komissar
Run Maggie Run
Stolen Statues
The Accolades
The Peculiar
Xoana
+ TBA

6 DJs
Andrew Podolio
Kat Chloe
+ Secret Guests

12 films
Stars
Genre: Animation
Run Time: 5min
Director: Han Zhang

Bartholomew
Genre: Comedy
Run Time: 20min
Director: Elizabeth Becker

Walking Supply
Genre: Drama/Thriller
Run Time: 25mins
Director: Derek Barnes

My Coffee With Jim
Genre: Comedy
Run Time: 7mins
Director: Taras Lavren

The Blue Jet
Genre: Drama/History
Run Time: 15min
Director:Lawrence Le Lam

The Package
Genre: Comedy
Run TIme: 20
Director: Ted Atherton

Prison Fight
Genre: Drama
Run Time: 16min
Director: Robert Pilichowski

+More

Photography
Art
Food

Music venues in Toronto have been facing an unprecedented crisis due to the rising real estate market. Since late 2016 The Hideout, Hoxton, Central, Holy Oak, Harlem, SoyBomb and The Hard Rock Cafe have closed. Furthumore Cherry Colas, The Silver Dollar and Hughs Rooom have faced the threat of closure. We are hoping to open a discussion with city hall and the Toronto Music Alliance Council who's mandate is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas. We are inviting independent entrepreneurs, promoters and those in various creative communities to attend. We intend to use our resources to find a solution to save and or protect one venue at a time.

Mayor John Tory said that improving the city's music scene was one of his goals after his election in 2014. John Tory and Ward 15 councillor Josh Colle (co-chair of TMAC) released a statement on February 2 stating, “We would like the music community to know that we take the matter extremely seriously and are actively taking steps to address it.” We hope that the Mayor and his council can help with our discussions to find a real tangible solution.

Roadhouse Music and The Scene Magazine have decided to make a small difference by throwing this unique event which displays some of Toronto's top talent.

Please join us for two days April 21 and 22

More information TBA

Friday, 21. April 2017, Secret Location Bloor & Spadina, Senses Unscene - *private event rsvp* - non profit

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