"Love-In is making Toronto a destination for revolutionary independent dance activity. We are building better making; we are radicalizing movers; we are building a dance house of Love."
For the second year in a row, The RUDE Collective has the honour of hosting the OFFICIAL Closing Night AP for the Summer Love-In Dance Festival and this year it's gonna be an ANOMALY.
THINK: Experimental, Wild, Club Sounds, Freaky, Free, Body-Ody-Ody, Femme, Rugged, Spiritual, Twerking, Weird and BAD ASS BEATS.
SELECTAS ON DECK:
Myst milano. ****
Chippy Nonstop *****
CLUB SOUNDS// BALLROOM // HOUSE // DISCO // BOLLYWOOD CLUB // DISCO-KUNT // ELECTRONIC // TRAP-HOUSE // GHETTO HOUSE // ANTI-COLONIAL PUSSY POP TRAP
+++++ $5 for Festival Attendees. ++++++
+++++ $10 Regular ++++++
The RUDE Collective does not tolerate any racist, sexist, homophobic, ableist, or transphobic behaviour at our events, and those who do so will be banned.
Stay Rude. xoxo
The Rude Collective
Rude reclaims space, highlights racialised queer artists and artwork and aims to constantly de-center oppressive structures while creating immersive experiences.
Through these processes and by prioritising marginalised queer people, we hope to create environments where there is room to explore our multiple identities, and share important narratives through artistic expression.
The Toronto Dance Community Love-In
The Toronto Dance Community Love-In is home to the love revolution taking place in Canadian dance making. We are a not for profit organization established in 2009. Dedicated to the radical and rampant cultivation of tomorrow’s leaders and lovers, we promote democratic pedagogy, anti-competition and wild creative abandon through our programming and our presence in the Toronto dance community. By connecting, supporting and welcoming artists locally and across the planet, the Love-In is making Toronto a destination for revolutionary independent dance activity. We are building better making; we are radicalizing movers; we are building a dance house of Love.
Poster by fellow Rude Boy: Josh Rille