New Hope by Slash Need
- 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm | Sunday June 04, 2023
- Evangeline | Ace Hotel Toronto
- 51 Camden St
An artist, DJ or collective makes Evangeline their playground for the night. New Hope is here to push possibility through sound, featuring a novel performance each night and an ever-evolving rotation of Toronto visionaries.
May’s New Hope has Slash Need, the electro-punk, industrial and new wave duo making music that converges on the dance floor as a confrontational, camp and seductive dramaturge.
RSVPs do not guarantee entry, it’s first come first served.
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Upcoming events at Ace Hotel Toronto
Do Right at Ace Hotel Toronto at Evangeline
Kick off your weekend with Do Right at Evangeline! Toronto’s eclectic label takes over Ace Hotel rooftop every Friday from January to March. Enjoy cocktails and immerse yourself in the sounds of our weekly guest DJs, exploring soul, jazz-funk, disco, and house—all music done right! Sounds by: Raf Reza
MUBI and BIPOC TV & Film presents Medicine for Melancholy at Interspace
On February 24, we’ll celebrate Black History Month by exploring the themes of love and identity through the lens of Black filmmaking. In partnership with MUBI and BIPOC TV & Film, we’re excited to present Barry Jenkins’ evocative feature “Medicine for Melancholy,” paired with the heartwarming short “Love is You” by local filmmaker Latitia Osbourne. Stay for a post-screening Q&A with Latitia and mingle over a cozy, complimentary drink by Lost Craft.