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Canadian Music Week

June 1, 2024

Canadian Music Week (or CMW) is an industry conference and music festival held over four days in various venues throughout Toronto. The event began in 1981, and has grown to become one of Canada’s largest and most influential media and music conferences. It draws top industry professionals to participate in a four-day program of activities. Designed to stimulate the exchange of market intelligence, increase dialogue and provide networking opportunities, Canadian Music Week continues to present the ideal platform for more than 2,000 national and international delegates.


June 12, 2024

NXNE was established in 1995 in partnership with leading members of the Canadian music and media industries and the founders of Austin, Texas’ SXSW. Today, NXNE is Canada’s most important ‘DISCOVERY’ festival for emerging new music from across Canada and around the world.

From June 12 – 16, 2024, NXNE will again take over 20+ of Toronto’s best live music venues showcasing 250+ bands in tight 40-minute sets for the ultimate club hopping experience. NXNE is committed to gender equity and BIPOC representation boasting a diverse line-up that reflects the festival’s core theme “Talent is Everywhere”

NXNE makes great music accessible and inclusive to all, in part, by removing the financial barriers.
Artists pay nothing to apply, performers are paid and admission to club shows in 2024 is with a low-cost Full Festival Pass or Single Admission Ticket.

Fringe Festival

July 3, 2024

The Toronto Fringe is part of the “Fringe movement” – a worldwide network of indie theatre festivals. As the name suggests, the movement is about celebrating under-represented voices and those on the margins of the performing arts world. It’s a festival where anyone can put on any show, without having to pass through a jury – where theatre students can mount their first production outside of school, where emerging artists can get their big break, and where established artists can test out new work. It’s a festival where audiences come for the adventure and the community as much as for the plays themselves.