The Aga Khan Museum is going to have an outdoor screening of Friday's Raptors game

Jun 5 2019, 7:57 pm

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From pubs and restaurants to the big screen and Jurassic Park tailgate parties, Toronto Raptors fans have an abundance of options of where to catch the NBA Finals.

But one thing all these spaces lack is the culture and history that another new space preparing to screen the finals has, making it a very unique place to watch an upcoming game.

On Friday, June 7, Toronto’s historic Aga Khan Museum will be hosting a free outdoor screening of Game 4 of the finals, which will see the Golden State Warriors host the Toronto Raptors.

As a community-minded space, the museum says it’s “delighted” to bring Raptors fans together to enjoy this historic experience that’s been 24 years in the making.

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The game will be projected live, outside on the Museum’s front wall, giving fans a 7 x 5-metre screen to catch all of the action.

There will be tasty treats available for purchase for those who get hungry during the nail-biting game.

Visitors are being reminded that this will also be an alcohol-free event.

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Aga Khan Museum

Free outdoor screening of Game 4 of NBA Finals

When: Friday, June 7
Time: Tip-off is at 9 pm
Where: Aga Khan Museum, 77 Wynford Drive, Toronto
Price: Free


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