RBC Lakeside Drive-In at Ontario Place features live performances and film premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival
Toronto, ON – Yesterday was the first of two Dedicated RBC Nights at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), held at RBC Lakeside Drive-In at Ontario Place. The night began with a performance by First Up with RBCxMusic artist Cat Clyde, then led into the premiere of Viggo Mortensen’s directorial debut Falling.
RBC ‘Best Seats in the House’ program gifted frontline workers from local communities the chance to have a special night out, including front row seats, and a swag bag with delicious goodies and gifts from RBC.
The RBC Lakeside Drive-In has featured a live, socially distanced performance by a different up-and-coming Toronto artist each night, including Devontée, Jeremie Albino, Avery Raquel, Sylo Nozra and Lydia Persaud and guests can look forward to Basement Revolver, Liza, Luna Li and James Baley the rest of the week.
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