Eid Mubarak, Toronto! June ’19 events in Toronto offer something for everyone

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MonsterWorld Concert at the Garden Square, 1 Theatre Ln. Brampton will feature a variety of South Asian (desi) performers. The free concert is one of the many events happening in June ’19 across the Greater Toronto Area. Photo: Supplied.

Saturday, June 1

Event: MonsterWorld Concert

Details: The MonsterWorld concert happening at the Garden Square 1 Theatre Ln., in Brampton is bringing a slew of high-energy urban musicians (Parichay, The Band Destiny, Flower City Bhangra, etc.,). This annual event has become the staple of summer. The Concert is free.
Contact: For schedule and performers visit here

Sunday, June 2-4

Event: Eid Bazaar (Chaand Raat)

Details: PGA International will be hosting its annual Eid Bazaar again this year at the Swagat Banquet Hall, 6991 Millcreek Dr. in Mississauga from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. The bazaar will feature an array of goods such as food, jewelry, beauty products, etc.
Contact: For more information visit here

Friday, June 7

Event: 5th annual Sansar Gala

Details: This celebration of Bollywood cinema is to support new research study for the deeper investigation of heart disease in South Asians. The black-tie gala will take place at the Paramount Eventspace, 222 Rowntree Dairy Rd., Woodbridge, ON. From 6:30 p.m. onward.Contact: For tickets and more visit here

Thursday, June 13

Event: Toronto Desi Soiree

Details: This event for South Asian (desi) singles by DeskiKnot is happening at Midtown Gastro Hub, 1535 Yonge St. Toronto from 8-10 p.m.
Contact: For more information about tickets, etc. visit here.

Saturday, June 29

Event: Rang Raatri

Details: Brampton Soccer Centre at 1495 Sandalwood Pkwy. E. is the place to be to enjoy an evening of Garba and sangeet with Achal Mehta. The event will start at 6 p.m. Cost of tickets is $20/person.
Contact: For tickets and other information, visit here.

Saturday, June 29-30

Event: A World of Culture

Details: Diversity Tour presents, A World of Culture, a two-day extravaganza taking place at the David Pecaut Square, 215 King St. W. in Toronto. The event will feature music, dance, a global food village and more.
Contact: For more information visit here

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