A thought-provoking and multi-sensory experience is coming to Toronto this fall

Aug 13 2019, 12:48 pm

The highly Instagrammable and groundbreaking 29Rooms is making its way to Toronto.

Brought to you by the makers behind Refinery29, 29Rooms is an immersive collaboration between visionaries and brands in the fields of art, activism, style, and, technology to bring you 29 experiences under one roof.

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According to event organizers, the experiences are each designed to “tap into the conversations of today and the hopes for tomorrow.”

 

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Through a series of multi-sensory installations, performances, and workshops, 29Rooms presents you with a new way to connect with creativity, culture, and community.

 

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This year’s theme, “Expand Your Reality,” will give creatives, visionaries, and artists the chance to transform their dreams, thoughts, and inspirations, into actual rooms that visitors are free to explore and take plenty of photos in.

 

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According to organizers, the first 29Rooms launched in September 2015 in honour of Refinery29’s 10-year anniversary and today, it has evolved into a “vibrant community where culture, creativity, and imagination are unlocked and celebrated year and year.”

 

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Over the years, the touring pop-up has welcomed a number of notable guests, including Solange Knowles, Chance The Rapper, Janelle Monae, Margot Robbie, Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland, Taraji P. Henson, Jessica Alba, Nicole Richie, and Anna Kendrick to name a few.

 

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29Rooms Toronto runs from September 26 through October 6 and is taking place at Exhibition Place in the Queen Elizabeth Building.

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When: September 26 to October 6
Where: 
Exhibition Place (Queen Elizabeth Building), 100 Princes’ Blvd.
Tickets: Available online for $34 to $49