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Sunday Gold

  • 11:30 am - 1:30 pm | Sunday December 03, 2023
  • Ace Hotel Toronto | Ace Hotel Toronto
  • 51 Camden Street

Have your Sunday Gold brunch with a live backing band to give your weekend extra inspiration, with soul and R&B sounds by Karen Jewels. Karen Jewels is a multi-disciplinary artist born in Toronto. Karen is a singer- songwriter, actor, and designer. Her musical style is described as a fusion of soul and inspirational music.

The show begins at 11:30am in Alder. Reservations encouraged.

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