The 519 Green Space Main Event — Ryerson Quad, Sat, June 28
stories and collaborate in community. 2–11pm. Allan Gardens, Sherbourne & Carlton.
DJ & Diva Central
Throughout Pride weekend, this stage features DJs/producers David Morales, Barry Harris, Quentin Harris, Hector Fonseca, Cajjmere Wray and a very special vocal performance by “the original Weather Girl,” Martha Wash. 2pm–2am. OLG Central Stage, Church & Maitland.
North Stage Saturday
This open-air, barrier-free space features everything from spoken word to live music, drag artists to puppetry. 3–11pm. North Stage, Church & Isabella.
Babes, Beats and BBQ Wind down with snacks, an outdoor pool and the music of DJ NIX. 3–8pm. Oasis Aqualounge, 231 Mutual St. $20–80. oasisaqualounge.com
38 in the heart of the Village. 2pm–1am. Village Stage, Church & Wellesley.
Gay Ole Opry
9 Country and folk showcase, featuring stars Chely Wright, Amanda Rheaume, Tim Chaisson, Mark Jacob, Don Brownrigg and The Secrets. 2pm–4:30pm. Bud Light South Stage, Church & Carlton.
Soultry Jazz Brunch Part of the In the Life Pride Weekend, this afternoon event features performances by LeiLa Dey, Ashley Bea James and Tanisha and raises funds for Black Families and Friends and the annual Queernament Basketball Tournament. 2–7pm. BerBer Social, 49 Front St E. $45–50. iaminthelife.com
Fruit Loopz Presented by SOY, Fruit Loopz is home base to a vibrant community of young
queer and trans artists, but all are welcome at this familyfriendly, drug- and alcohol-free, youth-focused space. 2–10pm. Alexander Street Parkette, between Church & Yonge.
I Know You Got Soul
A stellar showcase of R&B, soul, hip-hop and dance-music artists. Featuring Estelle, Deborah Cox, Jully Black, Neon Hitch, Reverse, the House of Xtravaganza, and Queer Krip Hop, with Wheelchair Sports Camp and more. DJ Kitty Glitter spins an extended closing set. 2pm–2am. TD Wellesley Stage, Wellesley & Yonge.
Community 10 Mural Project: Celebrating Queer & Trans Newcomers Queer and trans newcomers, immigrants, refugees and non-status folks are invited to explore their creativity, share
XTRA’s ULTIMATE PRIDE GUIDE — Toronto 2014
9 Celebrating 20 years with the House of Venus. Featuring Light Fires, Hercules and Love Affair, Peaches and Betti Forde. 4:30pm–2am. Bud Light South Stage, Church & Carlton.
10 FrancoQueer presents an evening of francophone stars. The nearby “Village francophone,” at the Collège Français (on Carlton Street, between Mutual and Jarvis), has entertainment, a barbecue and une foire communautaire. 5–11pm. Allan Gardens, Sherbourne & Carlton.
Cub Camp Beefy guys in Speedos enjoy a barbecue and music by DJs Scooter McCreight, Taco Tuesday and Shane McKinnon. 6pm barbecue; 11pm dance party. The Beaver, 1192 Queen St W. $10. beavertoronto.ca
Comprehensive event listings and area map for WorldPride, taking place June 16–30 in Toronto, Canada.