Can I Be Me? Curated by Yohomo
- 8:00 pm - 12:00 am | Wednesday July 19, 2023
- Evangeline | Ace Hotel Toronto
- 51 Camden St
Our friends Yohomo, ride in and serve up one more time turning Evangeline over into a queer dance floor. It’s our return to revel of sundry sounds and self-love, free and open to all.
RSVPs do not guarantee entry, it’s first come first served.
Sounds by Yohomo DJs + special guest.
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Upcoming events at Ace Hotel Toronto
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