Feast In The East is a food, music, and art installation series originally located in Toronto’s east end.
Presented by the City of Mississauga, Feast In The East brings its 74th edition to the Small Arms Inspection Building. The evening features Tuareg musician Mdou Moctar from Niger, kulintang ensemble Pantayo, and a DJ / Live PA set by Raf Reza; with immersive visual art projects by Chloe Lum & Yannick Desranleau, Arezu Salamzadeh, and Khanh Tudo; and a Nigerian Suya-spiced dinner by local Nigerian-inspired caterer, Twins In Kitchen.
Come early for an artist talk at 4pm by Khanh Tudo as part of ongoing public programming series re:placement, can we find a way? curated by Anu Radha Verma.
Schedule of events:
7pm doors + dinner
9:30pm Mdou Moctar
11pm to late Raf Reza
Limited capacity. Reserve your free ticket.
Limited number of $10 (+ service charge) round-trip SHUTTLE BUS seats available for advance purchase at ticketing link.
Stop 1: 918 Bathurst Centre for Culture, Arts, Media and Education (918 Bathurst St just north of Bloor), departing at 6:30pm
Stop 2: Queen St W and Triller Ave in Parkdale (by the U-Haul lot), departing at 7pm
Arrival at SAIB approximately 7:30pm
Midnight from SAIB to Stop 2 (approx 12:15 arrival) and Stop 1 (approx 12:30 arrival)
2:00am from SAIB to Stop 2 (approx 2:15am arrival) and Stop 1 (approx 2:30am arrival)
Free dinner is first come, first served. Reserve your meal, veggie or halal chicken, as part of the registration process. Note: Dinner contains peanuts.
Family friendly. Cash bar.
Accessible space, all-gender single-user washrooms available.