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High Tropics

High Tropics is your daytime escape to experience a steamy summer in the heavens. With a tropical assortment of cocktails from our crafty team and a soundtrack that brings the warmth to you. Every Sunday from 1pm to 5pm. 

FOMO at Evangeline

Our friends FOMO are hosting a BIPOC watering hole for the 2SLGBTQ+ community every single Saturday through June, bringing their legendary love, a rotating DJ lineup and hosts from within the queer community.


Telephone Explosion

Fun’s on the line for you. Telephone Explosion, the very best in non-genre sonic goods, have hand-selected 15 of their favourite Toronto-based DJs to bring the noise Friday nights April through June. 

On the last Sunday of the month, 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.

February  26

In February, we invite Canadian-American bassist and composer Leighton McKinley Harrell and his quartet to perform Jazz informed and inspired by other genres and sounds by Black artists across the African diaspora.

March 26

March features New Ho Queen (NHQ) is a Toronto-based creative collective that focuses on providing spaces of celebration made for queer and trans Asians to dance, be seen, and find love. Through the fusion of art, nightlife, fashion, and performance, NHQ continues to create opportunities to reconnect with one’s own communities while uplifting the queer Asian creatives of the city.

April 30

Dedicated to the sounds of ex-Yugoslavia electro, synth, disco, new wave, dark wave and more by Adrijan i Miloš.

June 4

June's New Hope has Slash Need, the electro-punk, industrial and new wave duo making music that all converge on the dance floor as a confrontational, camp and seductive dramaturge. 

June 25

With electrifying DJ sets by Ace Dillinger and Syd to conclude one of the best weekends of 2023, Pride. NIGHTCAP is an evening dedicated to new friends, great vibes and a likkle bubble.

Curtis Talwst Santiago Exhibition Afterparty

An after party to celebrate the opening of Curtis Talwst Santiago’s first solo exhibition at COOPER COLE and his exhibition on the Evangeline gallery wall.

Sounds by Nino Brown.

Ace Afrique

Afrique Like Me is a curated music experience that celebrates art, electronic, dance, underground and alternative music from across Africa and the diaspora. It started as an intimate after hours party in Toronto’s west end, grew into an underground event held in unconventional spaces, and is now a mainstay on the city’s social calendar.

Ace Afrique at Evangeline is a meeting place for anyone and everyone looking to have a night of well rounded interactions with community, self expression to the sounds of an African Electronic Dance Music Experience.

The Afrique Like Me Collective was formed in 2019 and consists of DJs/ Creatives Razaq El Toro, Martinses, and Sonic Griot.



SHADES will focus on various sounds that pay homage to and push forward the underground dance culture coming from the likes of Chicago, Detroit, New York and beyond. 

Expect to hear classics and forward thinking House, Techno, Disco, and Club weaved together to keep your whole body grooving.


Salon 51

Salon 51 invites you to converge, mingle, share wise words and maybe even gossip amongst friends, new and old. Inspired by the legacy of the French salon, socializing outside of your circle is encouraged, as is a touch of glamour. Author Marlowe Granados sets the pace of the cinq à sept gatherings in Evangeline.