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- 1st Annual AM 740 'Oldies Cruise'
Join Norm Edwards as he hosts The New AM 740/Mariposa Cruises
1st Annual AM 740 Oldies Cruise
Come and climb aboard The Northern Spirit. The cruise leaves from the docks of Harbourfront at Queens Quay Terminal at 7 pm and your 3 hour Dinner Cruise includes a full buffet, cash bar, dancing to some your favourite AM 740 music and breathtaking views of Toronto’s skyline.
Tickets are just $74 and include the delicious Buffet Dinner.
Call now (416) 203-0178 or go to mariposacruises.com and order your tickets today!
- Jul 30
- YANNI Live
The New AM 740 welcomes legendary composer and live performer YANNI to Toronto on Saturday August 9 at The Molson Amphitheatre. He has over 40 platinum and gold albums and has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide.
Tickets are available online at ticketmaster.ca or charge-by-phone at (855) 985-5000.
- Aug 9
- Scotiabank BuskerFest
Toronto International Street Performers Festival
Scotiabank BuskerFest is 4 days and 4 nights of non-stop, action-packed, fun-filled entertainment: comedians, contortionists, fire jugglers, acrobats, clowns, daredevils, magicians, and lots of music!
This year’s Scotiabank BuskerFest takes place in the Downtown Yonge Neighbourhood (Yonge St. from Queen to College St.). Admission is by voluntary donation to Epilepsy Toronto
- Aug 21
- SWEET BOTHERATION FEST - New Orleans Hot Jazz Tour
SWEET BOTHERATION FEST
New Orleans Hot Jazz tour of clubs + homes
$65 @ Door
SHOWTIMES @ PaintBox Bistro
555 Dundas Street East, Toronto
Aug 21: Noon
Aug 22: 8pm
Aug 23: Noon
SHOWTIMES @ Revival Bar
783 College St, Toronto
Aug 23: 4-5:30
Aug 23: 7-8:30
and YOUR house!
FOR MORE INFO VISIT: torontojazzbuzz.blogspot.ca
- Aug 21
- The KW Naval Association presents "Rib & Steak BBQ"
The KW Naval Association invites you to a Rib & Steak BBQ on August 23rd.
Dinner tickets (limited) are $25 and available at the KWNA bar until August 10th.
Stay for the after dinner Nascar event and activities!
For more info, call 519-884-8731
- Aug 23
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