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Toronto Outdoor Music Festival Is Coming To The City This Summer

Toronto is getting its first outdoor music festival post lockdown, and festival-goers everywhere can breathe a sigh of relief.

Together Again, put on by INK Entertainment, will take place on August 15 at the CityView Drive-In.

Despite being set at a drive-in venue, cars will not be permitted. The music festival will be standing room only, which is great news if you want to dance and don't feel like busting a move through your vehicle's sunroof.

The festival is one day only and will run from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. with headliners such as Mark Oliver, Manzone and Strong, Addy, Joee Cons, Dee Cee, Kevin Faria, Bipolur and Liam Keery.

Tickets range from $36.93 for general admission to $73.86 for VIP (Tier 2) and are on sale now.

This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

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