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Live Performers

Level 1
Currelly Mainstage

Spoons (9:30 - 10:00 PM)
Formed in 1980, an intrepid young band from Burlington, Ontario, would soon make "Spoons" a different kind of household word... and helped define the sound of pop and new wave.

House DJ: DJ Camotion
Blue Mountains' based DJ Camotion plays a blend of hip hop, pop hits, and dance tracks. He makes nights to remember.

Level 2
Bronfman Hall

Unbuttoned (8:30 - 9:00 PM)
A group of high school friends, Unbuttoned come together to create utterly unique and cunningly creative sounds. Packed full of sweeping instrumentals, intricate musicality, climactic beats and soulful vocals, their EP 'Minute Lasting' is a wonder to behold; so musically rich and delicately beguiling that it’ll immediately cast you under Unbuttoned’s spell.

House DJ: DJ Misty
Voted Runner Up in NOW Magazine's 2014 Reader's Choice Awards for best DJ, she's spent the last decade selecting the best in rock n' roll, soul, vintage r&b, punk, alternative rock and everything in between at bars, clubs and across the airwaves in Toronto.

Teck Lounge

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

Level 3
Eaton Court 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.

Christian Jeffries (8:30 - 10:10:00 PM)
Returning for the 4th time, Niagara Falls native Christian Jeffries brings his theatrical talents to FNL.

Gallery Activities

Level 1
Gallery of Canada

In Conversation: March through Canadian military history with ROM expert George Hewson. (8-10 PM)

In Conversation: Meet Canadian service members from The Memory Project and hear their stories. (8-10 PM)

Level 3

Out of the Cupboards: Meet Treasured memories of things never to be forgotten are pulled out of the cupboards by the incomparable Geri Durbin. (7:30-10:00 PM)

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
Curbside Cycle
The Tamale Girl
Tita Flips
Gushi Japanese Street Food
Ice Volcano Ice Cream

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