Toronto’s most experiential art and music pop-up venue is coming to town this summer!
In partnership with Universal Music Canada, Toronto’s most talented Visual Artists & Designers will transform an abandoned grocery store into an immersive and interactive art-maze called Fairland Funhouse.
This place is all about make-believe and art that you can be in. At Fairland Funhouse, the adventure begins by jumping through a large donut portal at an old school diner. You might also find yourself at an interdimensional hotel hidden beneath a magical underwater world.
Let’s just say this is not a traditional exhibition!
Expect to be transported into magical realms that meld art, music, and tech.
Located in the heart of Kensington Market in downtown Toronto, Fairland is an old grocery store that has existed in the market since the 1950s. This iconic location has a history of doing pop-ups and live rooftop shows during Pedestrian Sundays.
This summer, guests will be able to explore the art-filled funhouse, catch a secret rooftop concert, and attend the best parties of the summer.
We’re a collective of designers, innovators, and creatives wanting to design experiential environments that inspire a sense of play and exploration, through multisensory storytelling and interactive art.
Today many value and crave creative expression and experience over possessions. Our mission is to push the boundaries of social environments, and create an experience that captivates and provokes imagination.