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Together at the Drive-In features family-friendly films, live music, DJs

Tickets to the physically distant event in Sharon supports artists, shelters, food banks and communities in need

Together at the Drive-In is bringing family and friends together at a local drive-in theatre for two days of entertainment next weekend that will support artists, shelters, food banks and communities in need.

From July 11 to 12 at the Stardust Drive-In Theatre in Sharon, the physically distanced, family-friendly event hosted by Together Toronto will feature live performers, DJs and artists, and a film each night after the concerts.   

Proceeds from the tickets, which range in price from $100 to $150 per car, will support the artists and purchase meals from partnered restaurants to be donated to shelters, food banks and communities in need, organizers said.

Every ticket to Together at the Drive-In equates to three meals donated to those in need — one purchased from a restaurant partner and two meals purchased through Second Harvest, Canada’s largest food rescue charity.

Performers for the weekend include Kardinal Offishall (@kardinalo), Karl Wolf (@karlwolfs), Töme (@tomeofficial_), 4Korners (@4korners / Official Raptors DJ),  (Ari (@ariannahicks), Cale Granton (@calegranton / Official Toronto Maple Leafs DJ), DJ Intrinity (@djintrinity), Delirious & Alex (@deliriousalexk), Ryan Pownall (@itsryanpownall) and more.

The two-day event kicks off at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 11 and ends at midnight, and on Sunday, July 12, there are two shows (1 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 11:30 p.m), at the Stardust Drive-In at 893 Mount Albert Sideroad in Sharon (East Gwillimbury).

Debora Kelly

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