Outside Looking In’s Annual Student Matinee Performance (May 25, Toronto)

“Outside Looking In’s Annual Student Matinee Performance
Indigenous Youth Dancing to the Music of the 70s!
Hosted by YTVs SUKI

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Attention School Groups (grades K-12) and Youth Organizations*!

This is an excellent opportunity for school groups to learn more about Indigenous youth and their journey to the stage in Toronto.

Bring your students to cheer on our Indigenous youth performers from across Canada, as they perform the latest dance moves to the hippest music! Learn about our youth, their communities, and what made them aspire to travel to perform in downtown Toronto on Canada’s biggest stage. Leave inspired, informed and in tune with Indigenous youth and culture in 2018! To learn more information on Outside Looking In, click here.

Hear live from our Indigenous Youth about issues that concern them today!
Before the Matinee Show, there will be an opportunity to come early and listen to the OLI Alumni-led panel, that will be mediated by the Right Honourable Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Youth Council Member, Gregory Francis. If you or your group are interested, please indicate on the survey at the end of your ticket purchase.

Date: Friday, May 25th, 2018
Time: 10:30am – 11:00am
Location: O’Keefe Lounge, Sony Centre of the Performing Arts
Panel Mediator: Right Honourable Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Youth Council Member, Gregory Francis

*Youth only – (ages 5 – 25). Groups must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note, all online orders must be paid by credit card. To order 100+ seats, groups who would like to pay by cheque or cash, or groups who require accessible seating, please contact the Sony Centre Box Office directly at 416-916-7878 or email bookings@sonycentre.ca.”

For more information, please visit Outside Looking In

-from Outside Looking In website
Read Outside Looking In’s profile in ArtBridges’ Community-Engaged Arts Directory and Map

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