7 In The 6ix – Toronto Hip Hop Events: Sep 30 – Oct 6

7 In The 6ix

Hip Hop Authority is proud to bring to you 7 in The 6ix. It’s a weekly publication where you can find out what’s happening in Toronto in regards to the Hip Hop culture. There are so many amazing events happening in the city and it can be hard to keep up with it all. 7 In The 6ix is your go to spot to find out what Toronto Hip Hop events are going down.

7 In The 6ix also represents the rich and thriving Hip Hop culture that Toronto exudes. From the music, whether it’s emcees, producers and DJs, art in the form of graffiti and other aspects, and dance, all elements of the Hip Hop culture are fully represented in this vibrant city. When you see the 7 In The 6ix logo you will feel the strength, influence and significant contribution that Toronto has brought to the Hip Hop world now and in the future.

7 In The 6ix – Toronto Hip Hop Events: September 30th – October 6th

Young Thug & Machine Gun Kelly – Sep 30 – RBC Echo Beach – 909 Lakeshore Blvd, W, Toronto

Young Thug Toronto

Doors: 7:00PM

Young Thug, Machine Gun Kelly and Killy

Tickets available at Ticketmaster.ca

Injury Reserve – Oct 1 – Mod Club – 722 College St, Toronto

Injury Reserve Concert Toronto

Doors: 8:00PM

Injury Reserve with Slauson Malone and Body Meat

Tickets available at ticketweb.ca

Phone PPL – Oct 1 – Adelaide Hall – 250 Adelaide St, W, Toronto

Phony PPL Toronto

Phone PPL with special guests.

Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

Post Malone, Runaway Tour – Oct 3, 4 – Scotiabank Arena – 40 Bay St, Toronto

Post Malone Toronto

Two shows, Oct 3 and 4. Doors: 8:00PM

Post Malone with Swae Lee and Tyla Yaweh.

Tickets available at Ticketmaster.ca(Oct 3) Ticketmaster.ca(Oct 4)

Modular Syth For Absolute Beginners – Oct 5 – Ryerson University Responsive Ecologies Lab – 483 Bay St, Toronto

Modular Synth For Absolute Beginners Toronto

Pay what you can, $10 suggested
1:00PM – 5:00PM

Biblioteka Records, Frequency Freaks, Ryerson University’s Responsive Ecologies Lab have joined forces to create an exceptional panel and workshop focusing on modular synthesis and synthesis and circuits 101 for those with a beginner’s interest in modular synthesizes, but no idea where to start.
Joined by expert panelists Heidi Chan (Moog), Laura Dickens (Moog, Leucrocuta), and Cayce Fischer, and opening with a brief presentation on Synthesis 101 with Frequency Freak’s Paul Stillwell (Intrepita), the panel will cover the basics of beginning with modular synthesizers, what they are made of, specific moving parts, elements needed to start building your very own, and will include and show-and-tell, Q&A, and exploratory period where attendees can experiment with synthesizers that are brought in by panelists and provided by ReLab.

Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

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