Photos by: Krystle Merrow – JUNO Award winning indie rock duo Tegan and Sara, who released their seventh album, Heartthrob, on January 29th, 2013 via Vapor/Warner Bros., closed out the World Pride celebrations at Yonge-Dundas Square on June 29th with a free, all-ages performance. Advertisements
Photos by: Krystle Merrow – Tens of thousands of supporters marched on June 28th as part of the annual dyke march to support women, and unlike the main pride parade, WorldPride describes it as “a political demonstration of critical mass; a moment seized to revel in the strength, diversity and passion of LGBTTIQQ2SA women and trans … Continue reading
Photos by: Krystle Merrow – Toronto-based electronic musician Peaches, who released her newest single, “Free Pussy Riot!”, in 2013, for the Hugs And Kisses: Tender To All Gender compilation, performed at Bud Light South Stage in heart of Church St. in downtown Toronto as part of World Pride 2014 Toronto with New York City-based disco-house band … Continue reading
Photos by: Krystle Merrow – To cap off 10-days of World Pride and dozens of LGBTQ-related events across the city, over 12,000 marchers took part in what was Toronto’s largest ever pride parade on June 29th.
Photos by: Krystle Merrow – World Pride 2014 Toronto hosted a free concert on June 27 at Yonge-Dundas square, which followed their Trans Pride March, which featured Florida-based punk band Against Me, who released their sixth album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, on January 21st, 2014 via Total Treble Music/Xtra Mile Recordings, and Toronto-based pop-rock band The Cliks, … Continue reading
Photos by: Krystle Merrow – The Trans Pride March, which seeks to “provide a place for trans identified people to rally, to stand up and come together in solidarity”, took place on June 27th as part of World Pride 2014 Toronto.