Vans is pleased to announce that House of Vans will return to Toronto for a second consecutive year on March 30 – April 2. The densely packed, four days of programming will include a live performance from acclaimed singer-songwriter, Mac DeMarco, a market showcasing various members of Toronto’s bourgeoning creative community, a thought-provoking art exhibition and a full-size replica of an iconic San Francisco skate spot, which are all free and open to the public.
‘’As one of the key cultural hubs in Canada we are excited to bring the House of Vans experience back to Toronto’’ said Vans Canada General Manager, Jared Bevens. ‘’We collaborated closely with local community to bring the Vans brand pillars of action sports, art, music and street culture to life. New interactive experiences like the Community Market provide a great opportunity to highlight and support the thriving creative scene here in Toronto, which is a true representation of Vans’ ‘Off The Wall’ spirit,”
Located at 99 Sudbury St., on the edge of Parkdale, House of Vans Toronto will kick off at 8pm on Thursday, March 30 with a live interview featuring Vans Skate Pro, Elijah Berle, hosted by Cephas Benson and Donovan Jones of The Bunt. A first for Toronto’s The Bunt, Elijah will be interviewed before an audience in a casual and intimate setting. Attendance is open and will be streamed live on the official @Vans Skate’s Instagram for those who can’t make it.