FESTIVAL VENUES

ClassyAF 2016 venue - La Revolucion in the Junction

La Revolución is a gem in the heart of the Junction. Owner/proprietress/badass/multi-talented musician Indira Nanavati-Cadena opened this restaurant in 2010 and since then has been committed to autheticity and excellence both in her Mexican food and in her involvement with the music community. La Revolución is a host for the Toronto Jazz Fest and weekly live music shows with top-notch musicians of all genres, as well as a kick-ass mole sauce.

More info on La Rev:

More info on La Rev:

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Getting here:

Getting here:

2848 Dundas Street West

The Junction

NE corner of Keele and Dundas

 

Take the TTC to Keele Station, then take the 41 or 89 buses north to Dundas Street West. The walk from Keele Station takes 15 minutes. There is street parking on Dundas West or a lot at the corner of Dundas West and Keele.

2848 Dundas Street West

The Junction

NE corner of Keele and Dundas

 

Take the TTC to Keele Station, then take the 41 or 89 buses north to Dundas Street West. The walk from Keele Station takes 15 minutes. There is street parking on Dundas West or a lot at the corner of Dundas West and Keele.

The Dakota Tavern is home to the best basement parties in all of Toronto. A proud part of the Ossington community, The Dakota is one of Toronto's live music gems. The serve up mean drinks, delicious bites and an amazing atmosphere to take in the tunes.

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Getting here:

249 Ossington Avenue 

NE corner of Ossington and Dundas

 

Take the TTC to Ossington Station, then take the 63 bus south to Dundas. There is street parking on Ossington or Dundas.