#Fnlrom Superstition

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Live Performers

Level 1
Currelly Mainstage

Tyler Shaw (9:30-10:00 PM)
This budding young artist from Coquitlam, BC, already has one of the biggest Canadian singles of the past decade, according to CBC Music. He recently released his debut full length album "Yesterday", which features his current radio hit "House of Cards". With two certified gold records, Tyler Shaw is well on his way to the top of the Canadian music scene.

House DJ: James Redi
This Canadian rockstar DJ has spun all over the country. Nominated in 2009 for “Rated Next” status at the Stylus Awards, James Redi is a fun-loving DJ who is well-recognized for his talent on the turntables.

Level 2
Bronfman Hall

House DJ: Hey! DW
Hey! DW pumps her signature sound of bouncy British beats and the future sound of deep house.

THE HONEYRUNNERS (8:30 – 9:00 PM)
This band has mastered the art of feel-good music - rock 'n roll drenched in modern soul. If Janis Joplin were alive, she'd buy these boys a round.


Teck Lounge

U of T Jazz Music Program rocks the gallery with house jazz.

Level 3
European Lounge

U of T Jazz Music Program rocks the gallery with house jazz.

Level 4
Glass Room Lounge

Premium Ontario and International wines available.

House DJ: DJ Jason Palma
With twenty-plus years of experience on the turntables under his belt, Jason Palma has a reputation for the mixing the seemingly un-mixable.

Calum Graham (8:30 - 10:00 PM)
Born in British Columbia and raised in High River, Alberta, this guitarist and singer/songwriter has released four acclaimed albums, performed at the Olympic Games in Vancouver and London, and has racked up phenomenal views on YouTube.


Gallery Activaties

Level 1
Canada Court

Ford Lounge Aparitions: How scary would it be to have an uninvited guest as part of your Ford Lounge photo? Superstitions will be tested as ghostly visitors take part in this evening's spooky photo op.

Level 4
Textiles and Costumes

Featured Exhibition: ¡Viva México! Clothing and Culture
Presented by the Mexico Tourism Board. Over 150 stunning historic and contemporary pieces are on display in this engaging exhibition, including complete costume ensembles, sarapes, rebozos, textiles, embroidery, beadwork and more. (7:00 - 11:00 PM)


Food Vendors

Fidel Gastro's
Dishum Dishum
Abokichi
MustacheBurger
Curbside Bliss Cupcakes
The Tamale Girl
HotBunzz
Tita Flips
Gushi Japanese Street Food
FeasTO
Ice Volcano Ice Cream
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By: Royal Ontario Museum