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In this special celebration, Quentin “Que Rock” Commanda and DJ Creeaisan a.k.a. Matthew Wood – both who have danced for A Tribe Called Red – will lead a performance that showcases hip hop and powwow dances side- by-side. The true fire keepers of hip hop, who dance to heal and restore, the performers and their two special guests, Soupy and Wild Foxy, will encourage the audience to participate in this unique experience.


Your Email:
info@mcmichael.com

Event Website URL:
http://mcmichael.com/event/national-indigenous-peoples-day-grass-rocking/

Event Date:
2018-06-21

Event Details:
The gallery will be open until 7pm on this special day. iPad workshops will be offered at 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm, and 6:30pm in the exhibition …Everything Remains Raw: Photographing Toronto’s Hip Hop Scene from Analogue to Digital; the main event will begin at 7pm outside the gallery.

Contact Information:
9058931121

Location:
10365 Islington Ave.

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