PANAMANIA, presented by CIBC, the 35-day arts and culture festival for the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, has added and two performances by Stars to the line up of free outdoor concerts.
Juno Award winning group Marianas Trench will perform on July 15 at PANAMANIA Live @ Nathan Phillips Square, and Toronto indie rock band Stars will perform July 22 at PANAMANIA Live @ Nathan Phillips Square and July 23 at CIBC Pan Am Park.
Additional music headliners scheduled to perform free outdoor concerts during PANAMANIA includes the Flaming Lips, Calle 13, The Roots, A Tribe Called Red, Janelle Monae, Café Tacvba, Brigitte Boisjoli, Chromeo, Jann Arden, Choc Quib Town, Death from Above 1979, Damien Robitaille, Lila Downs, Lights, Luciano, Dragonette, Colin James, USS, Marie-Pierre Arthur, Tanya Tagaq and the Barra MacNeils.
Unprecedented in scale, PANAMANIA will feature more than 1,300 artists in 250 performances and exhibitions across Toronto from July 10 to August 15. The festival will showcase the diverse cultures and artistic excellence of Ontario, Canada and the Americas through music, theatre, dance and more, with free and ticketed events.
PANAMANIA is comprised of four major programs:
• PANAMANIA Presentations (July 10–August 15) FREE and Ticketed
Featuring national and international performances and exhibitions, including 28 commissioned world premieres, presented across Toronto.
• PANAMANIA Live @ Nathan Phillips Square (July 10–26 and August 7–12) FREE
• CIBC Pan Am Park (July 11–25) FREE
• PANAMANIA Live @ The Distillery District (July 11–25)
For the PANAMANIA schedule and more information, please visit: TORONTO2015.org/PANAMANIA