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  • 9:00 pm - 1:00 am | Friday November 25, 2022
  • Evangeline | Ace Hotel Toronto
  • 51 Camden St

Established in 2011, Toronto-based record shop, label and party thrower Invisible City is about discovery. Whether that’s finding something entirely new, unearthing overlooked songs of the past or remembering old favourites. With a focus on cross-genre music that doesn’t always fit into boxes, Invisible City celebrates eclecticism and diversity on the dance floor.

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