Inspired by dreamlike, ethereal sounds, Lee Burridge debuted the initial event experience on a Brooklyn rooftop in 2011, where it was conceptualized as a flowy, magical atmosphere to contrast the more stark urban horizon. The growing event series has now crossed continents and touches down Saturday, July 13th at Fort York.
We are excited about this formidable trio coming to CODA for a long weekend special event Sunday, October 7th! Born and raised in Chicago, the birthplace of house music, Honey Dijon was introduced to music through her parents, who would host basement parties where she would play records before she went to bed. The discovery of soul, R&B and playing records on the belt-driven decks felt organic, and over time she started collecting tracks, going to clubs and developing her own taste and style.
Forward-thinking, innovative and with a relentless work ethic, Dubfire returns to Toronto for his debut at the historic Sunnyside Pavilion, Saturday, September 1. Celebrating both White Label Promo and Captive Audience anniversaries, the day promises to be epic with Dubfire at the helm alongside groove-master Kenny Glasgow and a crew of top Toronto talent. The venue provides a charming and picturesque backdrop with the main courtyard, back courtyard and lake view patio options open for the afternoon through sunset event.
Glorious days, magical sets, incredible sunsets, experiences and vibes describe this year’s Electric Island summer season so far, and it’s not over yet! We’re excitedly gearing up for the final installment of Toronto’s premiere picnic and dance music event series this Labour Day weekend, Sunday, September 2nd and Monday, September 3rd at Hanlan’s Point.