Art. Culture. Nature. Remixed.
Continue your Pride Month celebrations with an official Pride Toronto dance party at #FNLROM! A night of queer art, expression, music, dancing, food, and performance - a night to feel proud and party.
Program Partner: Pride Toronto
DJ Cozmic Cat
Cozmic Cat has brought her DJ mix to Iceland, USA, South Africa and more, but she is best known in Toronto as the resident DJ and co-founder of Cherry Bomb, the city's longest running queer women's monthly party.
Dubbed 'Canada's Hardest Working DJ', Deko-ze is resident DJ at Canada's top nightclubs. He has burned up the decks in the US, Mexico, UK, Germany and Taiwan and also wears the hats of promoter, radio show host and producer, and magazine columnist.
DJ Craig Dominic
DJ Craig Dominic's signature 'Jack of all trades' style has given a new perspective on the DJ scene blending top 40, R&B, hip-hop, house, and more into one cohesive experience, like few others can.
DJ Chippy Nonstop
She is an audacious, undeniable party starter with a penchant for travelling the world and always bringing her unique energy. Chippy is a DJ, rapper, songwriter, writer, producer, activist and organizer of community events. She is of Indian descent, but is more of a cultural nomad; she was born in Dubai, grew up in Zambia, has citizenship in Canada, lived in Los Angeles, Oakland, New York, and currently resides in Toronto after a very public deportation.
John Paul Kane could be the Clark Kent of Queerdom: mild-mannered school teacher by day; shock-and-awe drag superhero saving people from the mundane by night. For the uninitiated, one would never imagine the affable Kane has an alter-ego who is not only a drag anomaly, but a mega-wig-festooned inspiration for queers of all walks of life with a message of joy, fun, and inclusiveness.
Toronto’s French Canadian Drag Star, and current Miss El Convento Rico!
The city’s fashion queen herself, master of the wig snatch and live outfit reveal, Miss Moço recently moved back to Toronto after an inspiring stint in Lisbon.
This queen is a firecracker! If you’ve never witnessed the unmatchable energy of Vitality Black, then cap off your night with her explosive performance. She’s got a heart of gold, hair to high heaven, and flip for days.
Expect genre-spanning electronic dance music and immersive art from the newly launched event collective Never Later. Organizers Sara Melvin and Gilda Pikelin - born-and-raised Toronto queers - showcase lineups with women-identified and gender nonconforming artists. DJs Efemmera and Ceremonies will be spinning house and techno all night amongst sculptural installations and video projection art by Diana Lynn VanderMeulen.
New Ho Queen
Queer! Asian! Love! New Ho Queen is a Toronto collective of Asian creatives, artists, photographers, and performers aiming to celebrate the city’s queer Asian community. By throwing parties around the city, they hope to remove the stigma and fetishization of Asian culture, and instead, revel in it.
Qveen of Swords, Tiny Lantern Tarot, and Charm Astrology
Two Torontonian gender queer tarot card readers that you can often catch doing readings at TKVO, a queer run and owned shop on Dundas Street West. Also, be guided through your birth chart with Charm Astrology.
Oluseye (Video Installation)
Oluseye is a Nigerian-Canadian artist. Central to his practice is the black male form, which he engages as the locus for his intersectional exploration of identity, value, sexuality and existentialism. Aesthetically and conceptually, his work is informed by Yoruba culture – its rituals, sculptures, mythology and the angular facial features of its people. Through portraiture, performance and installation, he merges contemporary, historical and indigenous black male identities to interrogate and complicate existing notions of the black male experience.
Don't Call Me Cupcake
Delicious treats, made with simple ingredients, baked from scratch daily.
Modern asian food, inspired by traditional asian street food and home cooking. Vegetarian and vegan options.
Your favourite childhood dishes dressed up with a modern twist using from-scratch recipes and locally sourced ingredients. Vegetarian options.
HotBunzz Street Cuizine
Meet the Toronto version of the traditional Asian bao, a creative artisan bun stuffed with international street food flavours baked into an on-the-go format.
The cheesery world on the go, featuring incredible grilled cheese and more! Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.
Foodies on Foot
A creative menu will set your tastebuds on fire while your feet set the dance floor on fire!
Asian fusion, bringing the taste of travel to the streets of Toronto. Vegetarian & vegan options.
Rachel's Gourmet Gone Wild
All-natural, fresh, & delicious! A wide range of nutritional artisan entrées. Veggie and vegan options.
Ice Volcano Ice Cream
Freshly made ice cream using liquid nitrogen with smoking Ice Volcano presentation.
Delicious Japanese fried chicken.