It’s on both the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail’s  lists of great things to do in Toronto this August, and with good reason.  For more than twenty years, Dusk Dances has been enchanting audiences with a pay-what-you-can, all-ages, outdoor concert of contemporary Canadian dance in beautiful Withrow Park.  Plus, it’s Taste of the Danforth this weekend. So grab some delicious street food, arrive early, spread out a blanket and prepare to enjoy one of the highlights of a Toronto summer.

DUSK DANCES 2017  in Withrow Park
featuring NIGHTLY PERFORMANCES by:
GADFLY (Ofilio Sinbadinho / RAWRABIDE)
Sashar Zarif (HOMING SPIRITS)
Rhodnie Désir (DUSK SOCIETY)
Company 605 (Dana Gingras / NEW ANIMAL – evenings only)
BoucharDanse (Sylvie Bouchard / LA GIGUE EN SOUVENIR)

Friday August 11th to Sunday August 13th
Opening Band
and YogaDance class start at 7:00 pm
Dance Performances start at 7:30 pm

Pay-what-you-can
Suggested contribution $15.00 per person

MATINÉE PERFORMANCES:
Sunday August 13th
Opening Band
and YogaDance class start at 2:00 pm
Dance Performances start at 2:30 pm

Pay-what-you-can
Suggested contribution $15.00 per person

Withrow Park is located south of the Danforth, between Logan and Carlaw. Closest subway station: Chester.

For more info: (416) 504 6429 ext 24 or find us on FACEBOOK.