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#FNLROM is back on Friday, February 5, 2016 for a special tribute to Bob Marley, with a colourful and rhythmic night to celebrate One Love!

Earlybird tickets for #FNLROM: One Love have flown - but tickets will also be available at the door!

Featured Entertainment: Level 1 - Currelly Gallery Mainstage

DJ K.I. : (7:00 - 11:30 pm)
Known for his diverse mixing, DJ K.I. has been entertaining party goers for two decades - join us on the mainstage for the hottest tracks in Reggae, Jazz, Soul, Funk, R&B, House, Soca, and Latin.

Feeling the One Drop: (9:30 - 10:00 pm)
Known for their uplifting reggae fusion sound, and bringing together elements of Soul, Hip Hop, and Roots Reggae. Feeling the One Drop are natives of Toronto and have performed on the national and international stage.

Featured Entertainment: Level 2 - Bronfman Hall

GUMBO: (7:00 - 11:00 pm)
Hosted by Wan and Chi, join Dj Revy B as she starts the party off with a soundtrack for Afrofusion dance class, choreographed by Esie Mensah the Artist and Pulga Muchochoma, and learn the latest dances from Africa and the West Indies. The featured Djs of Gumbo (Deemarks, Sean Sax, and Donet) will keep the party rolling till 11pm!

Level 2 - Teck Lounge
U of T Faculty of Music Jazz Program: (8:00 - 11:00 pm)
One of our #FNLROM favourties, watch them heat things up with some Afro Jazz beats!

Level 3 - European Lounge
U of T Faculty of Music (7:00 - 11:00 pm)
The U of T Faculty of Music rocks the house with House Jazz.

Featured Entertainment: Level 4 - Glass Room

DJ Jason Palma : (7:00 - 11:00 pm)
The host of High Ground on CUIT FM, and founder of Toronto's infamous Play de Record, DJ Jason Palma is the hot spot for the lastest in underground music, whether it's hip-hop, soul, drum n' bass, dubstep, house, jazz, or rock.

"Water Carry Me Go"
Curated by Chinedu Ukabam (Toronto-based fashion designer and Creative Director of Supafrik and Afrotropolis Arts Collective), this "fashion-art" installation features seven luminary and rising African or Afrodiasporic designers from around the word. In this unique collaboration, each designer has created an original garment inspired by the theme of water, delivering beautifully diverse interpretations.
Featured Designers:
Carol Barreto (Bahia, Brazil)
Sindiso Khumalo (South Africa/UK)
Ashley Alexis McFarlane (Canada)
Nkwo Onwuka (Nigeria)
Chinedu Ukabam (Nigeria/Canada)
Gloria Wavamunno (Uganda)
Robert Young (Trinidad and Tobago)
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By: Royal Ontario Museum

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