There are few cities in Canada that can rival Toronto’s impressive spring and summer scene. With long, cold winters, Torontonians know that it’s important to fit everything in to the warmer months, and we do it well: beer fests, outdoor concerts, local markets, and street festivals pop up every weekend.
This year, War Child is excited to take part in one of the best events of spring as the benefiting charity of #RockThePlate at The Brewers Plate – a celebration of local chefs, local food and local beer. Indulge your taste buds with food samplings from renowned rock star chefs, and quench your thirst with unlimited beer samples from Ontario brewers. At the turntables will be celebrated DJ Brendan Canning, veteran indie rocker and founding member of Broken Social Scene. A Live and Silent auction will also be held.
The event will take place on May 18th from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Corus Quay. Get your Brewers Plate Tickets HERE
Now in its ninth year, this charitable event is a one-of-a-kind tasting experience wrapped in a rock and roll theme and presented by 102.1 the Edge and Q107.
The lucky attendees will eat easy, knowing they are supporting local businesses, while also contributing to an internationally acclaimed charity that provides access to education, economic opportunity and justice for children in countries devastated by war.
“Proceeds from this year’s event will do much to support our work with the most marginalized children – and the communities that care for them – in some of the most volatile areas of the world,” says Barbara Harmer, Director of Corporate & Community Engagement at War Child.
Wednesday, May 18th
6:00-11:00pm @ Corus Quay
25 Dockside Drive, Toronto