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April 11th 2017


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TreeHouse Party returns on June 25 with biggest and best show yet

  • Tickets go on sale April 13
  • Miami’s Oscar G added to DJ lineup
  • New temporary location at Ryerson University – Jarvis and Dundas St

TORONTO, ON, APRIL 11, 2017 | Green Space Festival today announced TreeHouse Party, the legendary outdoor event on the Sunday of Toronto’s pride weekend, will be back on June 25 with an all-star DJ lineup that includes Oscar G, Isaac Escalante, Alain Jackinsky, Alyson Calagna and more.

Due to construction at the Ryerson Quad, which has been home to TreeHouse Party since 2013, the massive outdoor celebration will be moved to a new temporary location on the Ryerson University campus at Jarvis and Dundas St in downtown Toronto (202 Jarvis Street). The new location will be transformed into a spectacular and breathtaking party venue where thousands will come together to dance, celebrate and be proud.

Tickets for TreeHouse Party go on sale on April 13 and can be purchased at

The 519 is happy to co-present TreeHouse Party in partnership with Pride Toronto. Proceeds from TreeHouse Party, Green Space Festival’s marquee pride event, are invested back into Toronto’s LGBTQ community through The 519’s year-round programs and services.

Fido is the proud entertainment sponsor for TreeHouse Party. Green Space Festival is presented by TD Bank Group.

“This promises to be the best TreeHouse Party yet,” said Jacob Porpossian, Chair of Green Space Festival. “Thousands will enjoy some of the world’s top DJ’s in a venue that will be transformed into a truly spectacular and eye-catching party space. We can’t wait to entertain you on June 25!”

TreeHouse Party

Single-entry Advance: $20.00 admission

Multi-entry Advance: $25.00 admission

Ticket Sales at

Sunday, June 25, 2017. Doors Open at 1:00 pm

Ryerson University, Jarvis and Dundas Street (202 Jarvis Street), Toronto

All proceeds from beverage sales support The 519. Donations are encouraged and proudly accepted.

About The 519

Located in downtown Toronto, The 519 is Canada’s largest LGBTQ Community Centre that annually intersects with over 250,000 community members A City of Toronto agency and a registered charity with an innovative model of Service, Space and Leadership, we strive to make a real difference in people’s lives, while contributing to the advancement of LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Toronto and beyond. The 519 is committed to the health, happiness and full participation of our communities. Aside from operating our own unique programs and services – including dedicated programs for LGBTQ newcomers and refugees, queer parents, LGBTQ seniors and trans members as well as services provided by an extensive education and training department – The 519’s 46,000 square foot facility provides valuable meeting space to over 250 community groups.

Over the past nine years, The 519’s Green Space Festival has evolved to become the not-to-miss festival during Toronto’s LGBTQ Pride celebrations. Comprised of a series of signature events – including Starry Night, One World, Lipstick Jungle, Disco Disco and TreeHouse Party – Green Space Festival offers high caliber productions that feature national and international artists providing amazing outdoor shows in gorgeous tree-lined venues packed over four days. Beyond a celebration of diversity for our communities, the Green Space Festival is an essential fundraising activity for The 519.

For more information, visit Green Space Festival.

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