If you have yet to visit Toronto’s famed Graffiti Alley (a.k.a. Rush Lane), this long weekend is the perfect opportunity to do so. Tucked just south of Queen St. W. from Spadina Ave. to Portland St., the colourful alleyway is one of the best places to check out graffiti art in the city and a popular spot for photo shoots.
From 2 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, the Laneway Project will be throwing a party in Graffiti Alley complete with waste bin mural painting, live music, a record swap, DJs, food, cash bar with beer from Lake of Bays Brewing Company and wine, giant checkers, Jenga, ping pong with SPiN Toronto, a VR/AR station by House of VR, and more!
To get to Graffiti Alley, take the back alley entrance between Queen and Richmond St.