Toronto Is Getting A Future Viking Party Thanks To Heavy Meta’s Metaverse: 003

In just one week Toronto’s iconic Distillery District will have it’s acclaimed venue: The Fermenting Cellar become the one night home for a future viking world of art, music, and a fire breathing dragon.

Heavy Meta presents the third installation of Metaverse – At the Fermenting Cellar, The Distillery Historic District’s most opulent event venue.

On March 3rd, enter the Metaverse for a fully-immersive art and music experience and an unofficial closing party for the 8 week-long Toronto Light Festival in the Distillery. Featuring: a 30 foot-long metal dragon shooting fire outside all night, musical guests Jackie Spade, Robb G, Ben Cormier +more, LED performances by Spin Starlets, and other surprises.

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Never been to The Fermenting Cellar? Built in 1859, the former Fermenting Cellar of the Gooderham & Worts Distillery has been transformed into the most unique event space in Toronto. Heavy timber beams, limestone walls, 8000 square feet, catwalks high above the dancefloor, and 35 foot ceilings offer a breathtaking, industrial raw canvas where our wildest dreams can come true.

100 percent of the proceeds will go toward Heavy Meta’s 2018 upgrades, including rotating neck, new lighting system, and fully articulating wings! It all goes down March 3rd, with tickets being way too close to sold out. I GOTCHU THO WITH A PROMO CODE FOR A LIL DISCOUNT. For my loving readers use promo code: NIKKI for 15% off your ticket on the official Eventbrite link.

Published by Nikki Sin

Toronto based blogger, dreamer, and a green tea addict. Currently working with a fire breathing dragon, no seriously.

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